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Old 18th July 2016, 03:10 PM
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I shoot a MPR for target shooting but can anyone recommend a pcp multi shot rifle for hunting that has a single shot tray so. Can shoot it at gun clubs
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Old 18th July 2016, 03:28 PM
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Rowan engineering make single shot adaptors for many multishot pcp's and the HW100 and all the multishot BSA pcp's can be equipped with there own factory produced single shot adaptors giving you lots of choice.
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H w 100 the only one I'd go for .
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Old 18th July 2016, 04:30 PM
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I've been thinking maybe HW110 anyone shot one
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The comb on the HW100 stock is generally too low for target shooting; here's a modification I did for one of our club members who uses his for bench rest and LSR.

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Another vote for the Hw100 (with a cheek piece riser)



If you want to stick with air arms the s410 or even better the s510 range (ultimate sporter especially) make fantastic do all guns. Also worth considering is a Daystate Regal (or a mk4 if you haven't got a phobia about electronic guns)
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I'm not intending you shoot competitions with anything but the MPR but if I get a pcp for hunting I'd like a multi shot but with a single shot tray just to plink with at the gun club so I don't break any rules
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Old 19th July 2016, 08:25 PM
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BSA do a single shot tray for their multi shot rifles.

I have a Gold Star SE and use the factory tray for HFT comps.
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I'm not intending you shoot competitions with anything but the MPR but if I get a pcp for hunting I'd like a multi shot but with a single shot tray just to plink with at the gun club so I don't break any rules
All the ones I've mentioned above you can get single shot trays or pop out loaders for.
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Old 19th July 2016, 08:56 PM
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Guy called rancid tom on the bsa forum does a one piece single shot loader (no moving parts) which is comp legal.
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