Thread: Which Springer?
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Old 20th February 2012, 10:44 AM
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The main thing here to consider is how each gun feels to you personally and if because of that any one type will be more hold sensitive than another, many would agree that the Air arms pro-sport can be very hold sensitive. I had one and it was fine sitting FT style and kneeling but standers went high.
By comparison neither my HW97 or 77 alter with positional changes.
The TX's are excellent, but you do need to try some out before buying one as the differences in lock time vary with the MK's. If going for a HW i would look for a good secondhand one and then put the money saved into tuning it.
I have one of the synthetic stocked versions and they are even more muzzle heavy than the standard gun due to the hollow plastic stock, again, no good if you prefer a more neutrally balanced gun.
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