Big nikko question.

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by mjolnir30, Dec 28, 2013.

  1. mjolnir30

    mjolnir30 Member

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    Hello to all.
    I have one question so if you guys can help me here.
    On your opinion what is better to have,big niko mk2 or mk3?
    Who do the range finding better in theory?
     
  2. mjolnir30

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    Nobody to help??
    For example if i look trough mk2 and mk3,what should i look for?
     
  3. Shaun

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    Hi,
    I have had both.

    In my opinion the mk2 is better because it snaps in and out if focus and makes range finding easier.

    Shaun
     
  4. Conor

    Conor Never been banned from sales Staff Member

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    ...the target!:D

    Mk2 should be cheaper with smaller green turrets and in my opinion better as it doesn't shift as much as the Mk3. Some of the MK3 were dodgy, some very good some very average. If there is a very very small space between 50yrds and 55yrds (less than 3mm) then its gonna be hard work. It should snap in to focus at long distance also, if it doesn't its dodgy.

    Is anyone shooting FT in Croatia?
     
  5. mjolnir30

    mjolnir30 Member

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    Thank you Connor.
    Yes,we shoot FT in Croatia,in world in Ebern our Zlatka Hlebec won the 3.rd place.
    And mens were good too.
    Slowly we are getting in to it.
    In Croatia ft is not a sport,only a hoby for now.
     
  6. Conor

    Conor Never been banned from sales Staff Member

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    FT is a hobby.

    Sport is serious with rules ;)
     
  7. floyd

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    Big nikko question

    Conor said If there is a very very small space between 50yrds and 55yrds (less than 3mm) . What size wheel. And what size gap is the biggest you could see .i have a jonho shark fin on my mk3
     

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