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FWB 127 air rifle picture -- 22 caliber

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by g7777777, Apr 29, 2010.

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  1. g7777777

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    Several people have requested in email and IM information

    They quit making this big game rifle stocked version several years ago and apparently there is quite a demand for them

    I had it backwards- the 127 is a 22-- thats what I had- and the reviews at the time stated this was the most accurate and smoothest operation of any 22 air rifle and pretty low cocking effort require

    It has a man sized big game style stock- thick grip area- feels like a K80 stock actually

    Oh that is real cut chekering on that thick pistol grip by the way.

    Here is a picture of it

    I have killed a few rabbits bothering the plants- single shot kills = right through the eye

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
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    I've a FWB 124 .177 that I've had for 25 years. Still shoots as well today as when I bought it. Your 127 has a nicer stock than my 124.
     
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    Thanks Rick-- I seem to remember that if you ever had to- like after several hundered thousand rounds- you can easily rebuild these

    mine has had about 100 shots through it- not many- should shoot it more- its a fun gun

    Gene
     
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