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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 7:00 pm 
Is it true that Home Hardware sells the Slavia 631 through a special order?
Can they order the full power Slavia 631, or are they only confied to ordering the detuned version?
What other airguns (or firearms lol) do they carry?

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All 631's are the same in my opinion. I have never seen proof that U.S. models are any different than Canadian versions.

Yes, most Home Hardware's will order the CZ 631 for you. However, there are a few urban stores that can't be bothered to deal with airguns, etc.


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i bought my 630 from a mall deep in the ghettos of scarberia. The manager had no problem with me ordering one. He nodded his head in approval and said "those are nice airguns". :idea:

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Thanks,

And what is the typical muzzle velocity of a 631 ?


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HH has nice catalog, I wish they would put some pricing on it.


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Because many of these items are special order, it seems that pricing varies from region to region.


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hi im new to airgunning

speaking of slavia 631, is the 631 better or the 630? 8)

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:D :D :D I got one slavia CZ for the price 189.34 tax included,order from the home store at 14.00 houre thusday and pick up thursday at 17.00 houre.Good and beautifull gun very accurat at 20 yards will do more testing spring time at further range,will also put a scope on it (my very first Slavia was in 1959 and bought it then for 15.00) i was 15 years old also
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:) in those day's the model # was 617 (1959)


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I ordered a pair of Slavia 631s from the local Home Hardware on Sunday, so I imagine the order actually was processed on Monday. They came today, Thursday morning. They were $159.99 each.


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For anyone else who may be wondering, only certain stores that have the license to sell these will sell them. I had to go to a few stores to find one that would actually be able to order the guns in and sell them to me. Well worth it though!


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I bought mine from home hardware...........only to find if I ordered it myself I could have saved................$75.


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apparently they're almost the same gun. The 631 has a locking mechanism on the barrel, and the 630 does not. I imagine that means it should be more accurate, since it should be less susceptible to the 'drooper' syndrome. I would guess this only matters if you're going to be using a scope on it, since the factory rear sight is on the same portion of the gun that moves while you're cocking it, and thus stays straight with it regardless of the precision of the closed position. But with a scope mounted to the receiver, it should be more important that the cocking mechanism return to the same position when closed. CZ says the 631's stock is more robust. More mass I guess? And they mention the receiver being factory milled for mounting scopes, so maybe the 630 doesn't have that option from the factory? The factory rear sight appears to be better than the 630's, too. The windage adjusts via a screw, rather than simply pushing it down and moving it from side to side by hand. And the trigger weight is adjustable via a coin-slot screw on the bottom, rather than having to partially dismantle the gun as in the 630. Probably not a very big price difference between the two, not sure how much the 630 is, but it's probably quite worth getting the 631 rather than the 630.
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hi im new to airgunning

speaking of slavia 631, is the 631 better or the 630? 8)


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hey ibought my slavia 630 in home hardware for only 99 brand new.

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