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Hatsan full auto air rifle

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Chuck wrote: UK legal???
lol

Not a chance.
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Oooh!! Me likee! goodjob

We've got more chance of seeing Bruce Lee making a comeback than we have of seeing these in the shops over here, though. :cry:
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I can have one, I can have one - and no messing about, I can have one! shakeshout shakeshout shakeshout shakeshout shakeshout shakeshout lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

Probably won't though, not right now.
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Way too much fun to be legal.
Careful now/that sort of thing
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What? I went to all the effort of getting a grown up to sign a form saying I should have an air rifle (weapon) licence and I can't have one of those?! I want my £5 back...
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Bummer eh DL. :cry: :cry: :cry:
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#8 Post by Reecy »

They look like seriously good fun

Wouldn’t it be nice if we were trusted to own and use them
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Chuck wrote: Wed Feb 12, 2020 2:31 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0E2KItDLE8

UK legal???
lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol
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#10 Post by spikedueller »

Putting the fun factor to one side for a moment, It would be a section 1 minimum as by my calculations a 44.75 grain projectile at 673fps gives you 45ft/lbs. As a price guide the .30" calibre pellets are $12.99 per 100 so you're getting into .22LR territory to shoot. A lot of fun no doubt but quite an expensive experience. I thought someone had tried it with standard .22" pellets that may have come in below the 12ft/lbs? I wonder what the old fully auto gas powered BB guns you used to see at fairgrounds were classified as?
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