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  • #23370
    iride
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    The gun everyone sucked up and is now a collectors dream.

    Mike

    #275866
    rickm
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    Why is that?

    #275877
    secoda
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    I just cleaned the barrel on my Compact Cricket .177 with a patch worm. Outstandingly accurate, small, and light.

    :4:

    #277002
    squirrelhawker
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    Just how much of a dream is this gun?
    I have a compact .177 I’m thinking about selling in order to help fund a coyote set-up.

    #277003
    iride
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    squirrelhawker
    I am just saying you can get what you paid for it and maybe a little more.
    Thats if its in mint condition ,
    Mike

    #447788
    miksatx
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    Squirrelhawk how much you looking to get for it?

    #533058
    ridetoeat
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    I had and sold one due to not liking to fumble with the tiny pellets with my chunky fingers. .22 was much better for me and I still have early .22 cricket that shoots tiny groups. Just tore it completely down re-oring’d it and when test firing it afterwards it was perfectly sighted in still at 25 yards on test firing love that gun. Crickets are just very good guns.

    #533059
    iride
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    I agree on the Crickets , They are on the top of the Bullpup guns,The loading of the pellets in the magazine is the best,
    Mike

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