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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2016 2:59 pm 

Joined: Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:22 pm
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Location: Montreal
ejackyou wrote:
Chrissstiaan wrote:
I've always liked the realistic airguns, I just can't get myself around to buying a bb gun haha, I'm used to real guns and good airguns so a bb gun would feel to inaccurate imo

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I know what You mean about BB guns, but I give in when I see such beautiful replicas, they are still fun to shoot with blowback and all.
Anyhow, when it comes down to actual target shooting I much prefer my single shot handguns.

maybe you were unlucky with your bb guns, but sone of mine shoot as tight as my 2240 for indoor shooting at around 15-20 feet, see my youtube channel (cadwarrior).
i trained my son with bb blowback replicas since 3 years now, he is 11years old now. He tried my Glock17 at the range for the first time this summer, his verry first mag (10 rounds), with no firearms background or feel, and he grouped 9 shots in a tight 2" at 25 feet + 1 flyer! The official was amazed and so I!!! BB gun replicas training was verry helpfull!

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