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    Self-Loading Got a Turkey with my Sidewinder

    Thank you! I was pretty proud of myself.
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    Self-Loading Got a Turkey with my Sidewinder

    I'm in California. We can't hunt big game or waterfowl with air guns out here, but we can take small game mammals and resident game birds. I might be wrong but I think turkeys are the largest animal we can legally hunt with air guns in California.
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    Self-Loading Western Airguns Sidewinder picture thread 📸

    It's a Monstrum Spectre 1-6x24 that I got off of Amazon. It works pretty well for fast target acquisition.
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    Self-Loading Western Airguns Sidewinder picture thread 📸

    Gonna have to bump this thread lol
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    Spring/Piston Hatsan Mod 25 Supertact QE

    Yes it works well for me on this gun. It's mostly for yard pests or plinking around the camp, so that red dot gets me right on everything I need within 40 feet or so. I can get it on target at 50 yards no problem but if I wanted better accuracy at that distance I feel like I'd have to get a...
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    1377-Type My 1322! Packer Pester and Plinker

    Watch out, once you get going it is pretty easy to turn your $60 airgun into a $300 airgun! lol. I really like it, compact and self-contained, and easy to work on. One bit of advice, be careful of the little spring and tiny ball bearing that put tension on the safety, they are very easy to lose...
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    Spring/Piston Hatsan Mod 25 Supertact QE

    I have one, it's the only .177 airgun I have. It shoots like a lazer! It is a great little break barrel. I put a red dot I bought off Amazon on it and it works very well. It is handy for pesting around the house, and fun to plink and shoot targets with.
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    Spring/Piston Hatsan Mod 25 Supertact QE

    I'd be comfortable shooting out to at least 50-60' with open sights, I bet you could do 50 yards if you wanted.
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    1377-Type My 1322! Packer Pester and Plinker

    Right on that's a sweet carbine! The carbine mods look really nice for sure! I'm keeping this one in pistol form just so it is easier to throw in a pack.
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    Bulldog Old Bulldog Ready to Rock

    Yes. I have found the Bulldog very easy to work on. It is easier than my Hatsan Sortie, that's for sure, and I'm not even going to try and work on my Western Sidewinder lol! I'd say working on the internals of the Bulldog was about as easy as working on the internals of my Crosman 1322. You just...
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    Bulldog Old Bulldog Ready to Rock

    I like the look of that over the barrel bipod, very nice! I didn't realize the magnums used that much more air! I could shoot 3 magazines in my stock one (last mag falling off in fps a bit), I'm expecting to be able to do 4 or 5 with the plenum air tube extender on (to be seen once the weather...
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    Self-Loading Got a Turkey with my Sidewinder

    Last fall I shot a hen turkey with my .30 Sidewinder. I managed to get her right below her neck offhand from around 30 yards as I was walking through the trees and brush along the Sacramento River in Glenn County. I didn't need the 11 other shots in my magazine, but I like option for quick...
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    1377-Type My 1322! Packer Pester and Plinker

    Here's the current form of my 1322, one of my favorites to pack around everywhere. I've put a number of nice accessories on it! From Pyramid Air, the steel breech. From Alchemy Airwerks, the stainless bolt with extended probe and stainless cocking handle, a flat top HP valve and brass flat top...
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    Bulldog Old Bulldog Ready to Rock

    I bought this Bulldog before the magnums came out, but I've recently upgraded it with a number of Pitbull parts including their Long Moderator, their Steel Charging Handle, their Puppy Power Plenum, their Tri-Rail, some Barrel Supports and a Depinger. Next up to get is a power spring and an...
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