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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 1:06 pm 
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sites which deal in rapids and parts ect please post in here


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Les,

Theres no biased against .20 on my part, just that I haven't been asked to uprate very many to FAC, so I don't have exact power levels & shotcounts for the conversions.

Have a look at what we can do with the .177 & .22's and you can get a fairly good idea.
I should imagine that with the right pellet, a .20 Rapid should be capable of a good 45ft/lbs and more for the power mad!

Basically, ask and thou shall recieve. :wink:


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Lez325 wrote:
45 ft/lbs - but a low shot count I'll bet??? :cry:

Les :wink:


Better off with the HMR Lez :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2007 11:35 pm 
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So when my bits do finally arrive am I here ?For sale ?Or trade???

Just asking :oops: Bob :lol:

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The buddy bottle bi pod clamps I got the call to day that they are ready to pick up and take for powder coating these are the MK2 as all who tried the protos had suggestions for the odd tweak. Plus what about my reg pressure checker as it is classed as a service tool it is unaffected by the VCR so it can still be posted direct :) .

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Lez325 wrote:
45 ft/lbs - but a low shot count I'll bet??? :cry:

Les :wink:


35-40 good shots at that sort of power level.
Anything but low given the power, and how many bunnies do you normally shoot in one night? :wink: 8)

Most people that run them at this high a power either carry a spare buddy bottle, or have a quickfill fitted as well.

(HMR IS still a better option though) :twisted:


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Set you up at 44.5ft/lbs then, bet that'll give you them 41 shots you need....

if you're really lucky, you might just hit a rabbit with that many chances.[/color]


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:22 pm 
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Lez325 wrote:
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Yup, thats me! 8)

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