Discussion in 'Weihrauch' started by gillieman, Dec 21, 2012.
How many of us use Weihrauch pcp/springer Ukahft??
I intend to shoot a 97 next year, as soon as it is V-mached
I use my HW100 for FT.
All the best
Simon Vant used a HW100 in 2012 and he came 6th overall in the PCP class.
The info for the 2012 UKAHFT National Series can be found here
I use an HW100 KT for hft does me fine.
I use my HW100 t
build quality 10/10
stock fit 8/10
I entered the whft in 2013 (first time ) 1st day 93.10%
2nd day 89.65%
106 out of 120 not too shabby
5th in the sihft 2013
10th in the shs 2012
weihrauch dose exactly what it say's on the tin
HW100 I shot in the 2012 season and 2013 an ev2 mk4 2014 looks like ill be shooting the hw100 again as in the above posts 10/10 in all excepet stock I did have a gnib so will be looking for another
And you keep beating me at the club, wait till I get my new stock from Matt then we will see whose HW100 is the best:shot:
Just started using my 97k for HFT, it's great I'm rubbish
I've recently set up a hw97k blackline in a cs1000 stock for field target v Mach tunned extra weights added to the stock makeing it weight about 14 kg with a large nikko on top
I use my unadulterated HW 100 KT in .22 for HFT and it does ok.
I'm seriously thinking about a HW100 for HFT but unsure what stock to go for or even find an excellent used one and have a custom stock made but by whom I don't know.
What are your thoughts?
you would be wise to consider a single shot loader if you get a hw100, factor the cost for one of those in.
Good point, thank you.....
If you don't mind a carbine length, consider a HW101. All the parts are interchangeable with HW100 except the loading is single shot via a traditional channel/groove arrangement. They are relatively rare but for some reason command much lower used prices than the HW100. I guess the market is bigger for multishot PCPs.
The HW101 is / was available in full length (410mm barrel) as I've got one. It did have to be ordered from Hull Cartridge by the RFD and at the time it was the same price as the carbine version. They used to come fitted in the carbine stock for some reason and to do that Weihrauch swapped the manometer and valve ends around on the cylinder so that the bolt for the barrel band still fitted.
@Lofty indeed. I should have mentioned that. To clarify, the majority you’ll find on the used market are carbines.