Thread: Choosing p.c.p.
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Old 6th November 2009, 10:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Nealsey View Post
OK buying a PCP,

If I were you, I would go for the best you can afford, otherwise I can guarantee you that
within a few months you will be fed up with the one you get and will want to upgrade.
We have all been there and done it, so save yourself some cash and buy right first time.

Make sure the rifle fits you and you can shoot with it, some are heavier than others and
can affect your shooting dramatically.

Get as decent a scope as you can afford, no sense in an expensive rifle with a milk bottle
strapped to the top of it.

Try as many as you can, personally I think a decent electronic Daystate is the way to go.Neal
And I'm always going to agree with that
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