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The Official Airgun Thread v1.0

Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by sh00ter, Jul 8, 2020.

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    been around airguns for a long time. have never heard of anyone collecting antique lead pellets.
    but hey one never knows .. perhaps ebay?

    usually you stay away from pellets with oxidation to avoid lead absorption.
     
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    I don’t know much about them but a RWS Model 48 could possibly have a T01, T05 or T06 trigger.
     
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    for some reason have never got along with side folders.
    really like rekord triggers ... had a HW side folder that was a nice rifle
    it got sold off on yellow forum. sure wish I kept some of the airguns I sold off. especially some of the 10 meter air rifles with super fine triggers down to 3-4 oz. I never did get along with triggers less than 6oz.
     
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    I believe RWS / Diana air rifles now have the T06 triggers.
     
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    now this is encouraging for beginning airgunners.
    Diana RWS 34 for $200 with excellent accuracy/feedback
    https://airgunmaniac.com/diana-rws-34-with-t06-trigger-review/

    D34 is a break barrel springer. one shot for each break barrel .. no more 10 pumps per shot. shoot for 10's thousands of times without needing anything else except pellets.

    puts out 12ft lb to 15ft lb depending on pellet weight. my recommendation is go with .22 cal if you intend on hunting squirrels and such. .177 if you are hunting starlings and other invasive birds. 12ft lb is pretty powerful for .177, so watch for over penetration if you got close neighbors. hence why my fav is Beeman R7 w/6ft lb and super quiet.

    comes with fiber optic sights where one can shoot fine without optics, until you can afford to add nice glass. fyi .. it's best to stick with lifetime warranty glass as springers will break scopes. and/or scopes with history of surviving springers.

    price creep has infected airguns too .. whereas D34 were selling for $200. it's more like $379 with most folks out of stock at $200. below is a live link to D34 for $215.

    https://www.airgunon.com/diana-rws-34

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    Selling one for a friend, just haven't taken photo. It has a scope and a tin of 22 pelets $175.00 and it's yours.
     
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    thanks .. I've got airguns out my ears (20+?). was posting up info for others. especially beginners to airguns. who typically get price shock when they find out prices can be about same as firearms.

    just make sure you are getting the updated T06 trigger. not all RWS have nice triggers.
     
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    Ya just replying to your post as it was on the gun I have. Not sure how to tell what trigger it has, it does have a couple screws accessed from the bottom with a hole in the trigger guard? Is this it?
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