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Which Air Rifle do you prefer??
LG400-M Alutec Expert 19%  19%  [ 4 ]
LG400 Anatomic Expert 29%  29%  [ 6 ]
800 X 29%  29%  [ 6 ]
800 W 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
9015 One 5%  5%  [ 1 ]
9015 Precise 19%  19%  [ 4 ]
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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 9:18 am 
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Hi all,
I am planning on getting an air rifle. Which rifle would you get if price is not a concern?


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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 4:05 pm 
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The one i have the best shooting feels with :)

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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 1:18 pm 
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My son, 13, started precision air this past season, got him the LG400 Antomic Expert and he loves it....and it's one the lighter ones out there......took him all the way to the JO's........


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 5:29 pm 
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They can all outshoot me.
So, the one that FITS me, and feels good.


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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 12:01 pm 
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They are equally great rifle, and shoots better than 99% of the shooters. I shoot with an 800X, loved it, it is the heaviest among all 3, but it is manageable by put some weight in the back.
I've handled a 9015 ONE, from a club fellow, the balance is naturally the best among all, means you probably don't that much of weight to achieve the balance you want.
Walther is very popular also, never tried one, but the aesthetic is very good. And if you don't have a nimble finger to load the pellets, then the loading tray is the design for you.

Finally if you ask me,personally, 800X it is.


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 12:05 pm 
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catbro wrote:
They are equally great rifle, and shoots better than 99% of the shooters. I shoot with an 800X, loved it, it is the heaviest among all 3, but it is manageable by put some weight in the back.
I've handled a 9015 ONE, from a club fellow, the balance is naturally the best among all, means you probably don't that much of weight to achieve the balance you want.
Walther is very popular also, never tried one, but the aesthetic is very good. And if you don't have a nimble finger to load the pellets, then the loading tray is the design for you.

Finally if you ask me,personally, 800X it is.


Where's the C.G. of the 9015 ONE? The butt-stock looks so thin and light. Seems like it's very front heavy.


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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2017 9:55 am 
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Olympic Dreamer wrote:
catbro wrote:
They are equally great rifle, and shoots better than 99% of the shooters. I shoot with an 800X, loved it, it is the heaviest among all 3, but it is manageable by put some weight in the back.
I've handled a 9015 ONE, from a club fellow, the balance is naturally the best among all, means you probably don't that much of weight to achieve the balance you want.
Walther is very popular also, never tried one, but the aesthetic is very good. And if you don't have a nimble finger to load the pellets, then the loading tray is the design for you.

Finally if you ask me,personally, 800X it is.


Where's the C.G. of the 9015 ONE? The butt-stock looks so thin and light. Seems like it's very front heavy.


Oh no actually, the stock is thinner and lighter for sure, but when I put my 800X and his 9015ONE together on the bench, the barrel of 9015 is way more thinner (it looks like all the Anschultz AR are the same include 9003 S2) than 800X in diameter, therefore over all balance is actually pretty good, Feinwerkbau is more front heavy because of thicker barrel. I don't know exactly the size of barrel diameter, but looks like 4mm difference or something that much to me. you can clearly see the difference, maybe someone who knows a bit more about specifications can explain more.


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