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 Post subject: Xisico B-28 ?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 5:04 pm 
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Where Do I get one of these RWS 350 Clones?

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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CZ-Sniper wrote:
Where Do I get one of these RWS 350 Clones?

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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Apparently, they are not imported into Canada. Pete (RVD) has one but he's not sayin' how he got it;) I do know that you could purchase one from Mike Melick @ Flying Dragon Air Rifles and that he is willing to ship in pieces or whatever will best suit you.
Link: http://airgunartisans.com/flyingdragon/


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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www.airgunsource.com in Peterborough has them listed.


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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PopPlink wrote:
http://www.airgunsource.com in Peterborough has them listed.

Very cool, this is new for them.


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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PopPlink wrote:
http://www.airgunsource.com in Peterborough has them listed.


Can't find em on their listings. Do you have a more direct link?

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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Page 4 of BAM rifles, last one.


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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Found it, thanks for the help.

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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Ahh you guys seen they're available in Canada now.. Let me give you guys some advice on these B-28's... GET ONE!!! NOW! Excellent springer, I can't say enough about it.. Lots of power , even more than the actual Diana 350 magnum and shoots very nice.. I just tuned another one a week ago and it was averaging 900fps with 14gr pellets and was nice and smooth. 8)


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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would this be too powerfull for FT?


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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In .22 yes, there is a 20 FPE maximum.... don't know about .177....

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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In .22cal it's a 25ft/lb springer 8) In .177 it's still 22ft/lbs.. You could tone it down with heavy pellets and easily get under 20 ft/lbs.. I would suggest a B-21 for FT over the B-28.. The B-21 is a fixed barrel side lever rifle which is VERY accurate.. I should post some videos of these rifles for you guys to look at.. If anybody is interested I would..


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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I would be interested to see the video :D


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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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In .22cal it's a 25ft/lb springer 8) In .177 it's still 22ft/lbs.. You could tone it down with heavy pellets and easily get under 20 ft/lbs.. I would suggest a B-21 for FT over the B-28.. The B-21 is a fixed barrel side lever rifle which is VERY accurate.. I should post some videos of these rifles for you guys to look at.. If anybody is interested I would..


rvd, you getting the vids from Dorikaze? is he the tuner for your B28?

Looking forward to the vid! I think I need to get one from Mike Melick!!!! like a basket case....

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 Post subject: Re: Xisico B-28 ?
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rvd wrote:
In .22cal it's a 25ft/lb springer 8) In .177 it's still 22ft/lbs.. You could tone it down with heavy pellets and easily get under 20 ft/lbs.. I would suggest a B-21 for FT over the B-28.. The B-21 is a fixed barrel side lever rifle which is VERY accurate.. I should post some videos of these rifles for you guys to look at.. If anybody is interested I would..


rvd, you getting the vids from Dorikaze? is he the tuner for your B28?

Looking forward to the vid! I think I need to get one from Mike Melick!!!! like a basket case....

Walter....



Walter haha ya sure, Dorikaze is my tuner :lol:

There's no need to order the b-28 from the states, its available in Canada now..
I'll make a video of the rifle so you all can see it.. I'll post it up later on..

By the way, still no videos of the 850fps Phantom.. surprise surprise :roll:


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