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Cool! Looks like fun. :)
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Airgun Hunting / Re: Nutria in California
« Last post by Alan on Today at 04:40:43 AM »
Here in New Mexico, if you call the poaching hot line, you get ACTION! And if they catch a poacher, they prosecute!
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I wish I was into field trials, but I got burned out shooting firearm beach rest. But the video was noice to see other guys enjoying themselves.
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I got to visit the 3 day 2018 West Coast AAFTA/WFTF Trials for field target. What a great event it was with a ton of great shooters and as always some really awesome Airguns. I have a write up coming up soon of a more detailed look along with some excellent photographs. Here is the video

 
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PCP, C02, and Helium Powered Airguns / Re: .25 armada journey
« Last post by oneshot61 on August 20, 2018, 07:27:37 PM »
I just put a jsar depinger in mine. With the mds hammer it’s really quiet. I’ve got an ldc , just one I got from eBay, but not using it at the moment. I need to run some sound test when I turn it down.
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PCP, C02, and Helium Powered Airguns / Re: .25 armada journey
« Last post by mobilemail on August 20, 2018, 07:19:40 PM »
You know that's right!  With the Clague, the hammer striking the valve was as louder than the noise at the muzzle!  (At least, as heard from the shooter's position...)
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PCP, C02, and Helium Powered Airguns / Re: .25 armada journey
« Last post by oneshot61 on August 20, 2018, 07:17:05 PM »
That is a great looking gun! Nicely done! It’s amazing the game that can be taken at that power and that’s a lot of shots. The marauder air tube doesn’t lend itself to a lot of high power shots. That’s why in making it down some. Those jsb your shooting are crazy accurate out of the marauder. I’ll bet as a .22 with the Clague is whisper quiet.
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PCP, C02, and Helium Powered Airguns / Re: .25 armada journey
« Last post by mobilemail on August 20, 2018, 06:42:45 PM »
I have a gen 1 Marauder I nicknamed the Tactirod.  It was built on a "Teryx Chassis", a completely aluminum stock with AR type stock and grip.  The whole pic rail along the bottom is machined aluminum integrated into the stock, it is not a bolt on part.  The hydrographics were well done on the aluminum stock and airtube. 

I actually bought this rifle used as a .22, but I recently converted it to a .25 and regged it while also working on another Marauder project.  It isn't currently configured as a hammer, providing 40 shots on reg @37fpe, or just over 800fps with 25.4gr pellets. This means I don't get to use the Clague device shown in the photo.  :-[

Gun as pictured weighs in at 10-1/4 pounds. Balances and points well when offhand shooting, but it wears on you in the field.



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Airgun Hunting / Re: Nutria in California
« Last post by Steelhead on August 20, 2018, 06:19:59 PM »
Case in point...whenever I've called Caltip (anti-poaching hotline) Nobody ever shows up. I've called on deer (trespassing and out of season), steelhead (snagging in closed waters) and stripers (buckets full of short fish) and all to no avail.
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Airgun Hunting / Re: Nutria in California
« Last post by caniborrowsomeammo on August 20, 2018, 05:16:20 PM »
Methinks Fish and Foul are "funny" like that when there isn't any revenue to be made until something becomes a Huge problem. Bunch of little Plutocrats IMO. Corruption has infiltrated them if you ask me.
So Nutria get a stronghold here, then they can get a reason to make sure you have a hunting license to "hunt" them. Like as the Chinese Proverb says "Follow the Money".
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