Video of 50 cal and 308 cal air rifles

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Video of 50 cal and 308 cal air rifles

Postby airjunki » Tue Dec 19, 2006 6:11 pm

The 50 is probably how SP's Dragon Slayer will sound and kick! :twisted:

http://www.airgunartisans.com/AirgunVideos.htm

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Postby DoctorFrankengun » Tue Dec 19, 2006 9:37 pm

Wicked :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: Now I realy want one :wink:
Airguns are "Real Guns"

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Postby SP » Wed Dec 20, 2006 1:14 am

Those videos were cool. Thanks for posting it Airjunki... BTW Heres actually a real video of a 50cal Dragon Slayer in action. shot by a good friend of mine.

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Postby r5nick » Wed Dec 20, 2006 3:51 am

Nuts - totally nuts

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Postby GWH craig » Wed Dec 20, 2006 7:02 am

thats kinda cool. lol that guy almost got owned by an airgun
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Postby airjunki » Wed Dec 20, 2006 7:18 am

SP wrote:Those videos were cool. Thanks for posting it Airjunki... BTW Heres actually a real video of a 50cal Dragon Slayer in action. shot by a good friend of mine.

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Your welcome bro! 8) I can't wait to see some footage of you shootin your Puff Snuffer! :twisted:

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What is your Frankengun made up from?

Postby 22MK1 » Fri Jan 12, 2007 8:55 am

I got here late, so if you've already posted details, just point to the link.

I've got a bit of a Frankenstock or Kissin Cousin gun in the owrks myself right now. It's and Air Arms STX 200 lefty.

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The front of the forend will be whacked off to allow access to the QC fitting on the end of the reservoir, and endcap will cover the asccess hole for the tang retaining screw, and the stock will be rough "stipled"(like the grip and forearms or the FWB 300 for example) and a swivel stud will be put in the forearm to allow for tight swlinging or bipod attachment.

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Re: What is your Frankengun made up from?

Postby airjunki » Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:14 am

The front of the forend will be whacked off to allow access to the QC fitting on the end of the reservoir, and endcap will cover the asccess hole for the tang retaining screw, and the stock will be rough "stipled"(like the grip and forearms or the FWB 300 for example) and a swivel stud will be put in the forearm to allow for tight swlinging or bipod attachment.[/quote]

What did they do to that poor gun? Can't wait to see it after you rescue her! 8)

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