BVG Industrial - Product Update

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  1. JasonGoldsmith66

    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    ...Ok, not exactly seen or available in the market yet...but am pretty sure I saw at least 2 chaps in pics somewhere shooting Demyans at the Worlds in Italy..(supposedly same owner, but rebranding and called BVG Industrial)

    Some new developments:

    http://www.bvgindustrial.ru/presentation/index.html


    Also seems the previous FT stock is/was discontinued, and a new style 'Sporster' Match style stock (Walther Ft style ? :D ) has been made use of instead..

    http://www.bvgindustrial.ru/ru/Products/Categories/3


    Also It appears to have 7.5 "F" pentagram, which is a work around to allow for Export ??? (not sure if ALL PCPs irrespective of power are banned in export, since Baikal is sold in the UK, and last I heard, Its still Russian ?).

    60,000 Rubbles = USD$2035 / GBP 1276
     

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  2. Willbe

    Willbe I Like BIG Hats!

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    Whats the issue with export? Also if I happened to work in Russia for a while (feasable as i'm in engineering) and happened to order and buy one there, then bringing it home?
     
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    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    An explanation from a Russian living in the USA

    "I am just simply trying to explain people here why someone like Demyan can't and won't ship his products outside of Russia It is very difficult to bring airguns in and out of Russia the way the current law that is in place there looks at the sport in general that anything above 7.5 joules is considered a firearm. One needs to go through similar legal steps with an airgun purchase exactly as if buying a firearm. "
     
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    Willbe I Like BIG Hats!

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    If you are an oligark with a tax aversion and a big mouth then yes ;)

    For the rest of us, nice jobs (if you dont mind the -40C winters :eek: ) with BP or Rosneft :D
     

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