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Phone,

That's the Cooey, mines a 19 something early.

Ammunition for the .410 about 9 English pounds for 25. More for the 20g. 12g varies from a fiver a box for 21gram lead through to, really skies the limit for more powerful or steel. 

I really ought to reload, some of my friends take my empties and can reload them twice before getting rid. Decent brass is hard to get here too.

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I'm thinking more & more that a half decent Air Rifle is a good start for a junior shooter & can learn to shoot by Not Killing animals & can buy 500 air gun pellets for a tenner or under!!

Teach them to use the standard Vee notch, fore & end sights  before progressing to a Scope!!

Paper & "Metal Knock Down" targets make shooting Interesting enough for them IMO.

There's some nice Break Action Spring Air guns which aren't that expensive (which also introduces them to the effects of recoil)

I had a nice .22 BSA Mercury &  Wierauch HW 35's - in .177 & .22. Now have a Webley Vulcan .22.

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There are some really good air guns on the market today and some good spinning targets. Pellets vary in price and quality, you tend to get what you pay for in size, quality and fit.

Killing animals/birds is a matter of respect, unless its vermin, if you can't or won't eat it, don't shoot it.

In season we have Rabbit, Hare, Grouse, Partridge, Pheasant and pigeon.

It's not really that far removed from eating fresh food grown wild or on an allotment. As a kid we survived by doing this with Grandads. As adults now, everything comes on a polythene tray in shrink wrap from a supermarket. Kids need to get off the computer outside and respect the countryside be it flora or fauna. 

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2 hours ago, Cameraman said:

There are some really good air guns on the market today and some good spinning targets. Pellets vary in price and quality, you tend to get what you pay for in size, quality and fit.

Killing animals/birds is a matter of respect, unless its vermin, if you can't or won't eat it, don't shoot it.

In season we have Rabbit, Hare, Grouse, Partridge, Pheasant and pigeon.

It's not really that far removed from eating fresh food grown wild or on an allotment. As a kid we survived by doing this with Grandads. As adults now, everything comes on a polythene tray in shrink wrap from a supermarket. Kids need to get off the computer outside and respect the countryside be it flora or fauna. 

Our kids existed on shot ,"donated " pets (local farmers kids pet sheep he accidentaly ran over with his tractor) and road kill (deer sheep and a pig) so they know how things live die and are used and cut up lol

The local council have a couple of large planters outside sainsbury (about 4ft square) they fill them with vegetable plants but noticed nothing was eaten ,so had to put little signs on each one because these millenials dont know what they are if they're not in a plastic tray!

I doubt if the www went down modern kids could survive once supermarkets were empty!


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Martin,

This is a pretty nice starter since it is both .177 and BB

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Walther LG400 Alutec Competition Air Rifle
MSRP: $2,950.95
Sale Price: $2,495.95
Caliber: 0.177
Velocity: 558 fps
Loudness: 1-Low

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All,

long story short - - I may be the only person on the planet who has plucked and de-boned a cardinal before frying and eating enthralls and all before the age of 10.

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1 hour ago, Phone said:

All,

long story short - - I may be the only person on the planet who has plucked and de-boned a cardinal before frying and eating enthralls and all before the age of 10.

Phone

Not too keen on Roman Catholics myself Phone but that’s pushing into barbarity.

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3 hours ago, Phone said:

Martin,

This is a pretty nice starter since it is both .177 and BB

ey-vert-sep.jpg
Walther LG400 Alutec Competition Air Rifle
MSRP: $2,950.95
Sale Price: $2,495.95
Caliber: 0.177
Velocity: 558 fps
Loudness: 1-Low

Phone

 

Was thinking more about Chinese spring guns for under £100 (Including a detachable scope sight) More than good enough as a starter!!

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9 hours ago, Cameraman said:

There are some really good air guns on the market today and some good spinning targets. Pellets vary in price and quality, you tend to get what you pay for in size, quality and fit.

Shooting at empty fag packets etc at 20 to 30 yards using cheap pellets is a good start - & great fun!!


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