advice on regs

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by maddog, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. maddog

    maddog Active Member

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    i have a aa s400 ,would it be a better gun if it wer regd,and if so who is the best man for the job,and £,advice please:
     
  2. Scooby

    Scooby Pete Dutton

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    What type of shooting are you planning to do with the S400 ???
     
  3. maddog

    maddog Active Member

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    ft shooting mainley,it will be a spare all so the od rabit
     
  4. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    Does the 400 fit you properly.

    They seem pretty good as is (once you know your power curve) and I dont think a reg will improve the 400 greaty, perhaps not as much as say a custom stock or a better Scope?
    Thats where my momey would be heading 1st?
     
  5. maddog

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    ok thanks for addvice.happy shooting
     
  6. Miss England

    Miss England Mr. Kipling has nothing on me

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    I have shot an S400 for a couple of years and although it is not regulated I have found it to be very solid and consistant. But obviously having it regulated would increase its consistancy even more. I have only encountered probs due to not knowing how to set it up to fit me correctly which has affected my consistancy not the actual gun itself.

    If your learning then I would say it would be fine as is until you feel you are ready to progress then maybe pay out for it to be regged..... Would depend on the gun itself and how you find its consistancy.
     

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