the "Softies Club" ?


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ZVP
December 22, 2013, 12:05 AM
I know that we talk a lot bout maximum preformance, hod's for it and the uses of it but there is another source of airgun enjoyment!
Wnter the Soft Shooter a CZ 631m a HW 30S or a Diana .22 Caliber Nodel 25,a BSA Cadet or a Daisy 630m all fall into and around this catagory.
The ones that you rarely take hunting or for back-up, orbut they are the ones you pick up for a erlaxing plinking session, The ones you pick up to casual target shooting sessions that can get serious as egos get buened! Anyhow, these are the meat and potatoes guns when you are looking for plain old fashoned FUN!
I have several different rifles specifically for this purpose, Ranging ftom .177 Boy's rifles to a huge Peep Sighted CZ 631 all just to enjoy the fact they son't abuse you, they're Soft Shooters!
The accuracy of rifles firing at these "sane" power levels can be outstanding and most often IS! In my battery I have only two lousy shooters, I mean "hinute of Beercan"@ 10m. OK for lpaners to beginners but nothing worth shooting seriously. The rest? I LOVE em!
Any other fans out there?
BPDave

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ChaoSS
December 25, 2013, 01:16 PM
Holy proofreading Batman!!


I want a Daisy target gun one of these days though, very soft shooter, designed to be accurate, not hard hitting.

Dave Markowitz
December 27, 2013, 09:24 AM
I think my early 1970s vintage Geco Diana Model 27 gets me eligibility in this club.

http://flintlock.org/pics/var/resizes/Airguns/Diana-27.jpg?m=1358702075

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