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taha
25-08-2011, 12:26 PM
My small collection:

Chinese Antique (wink):

Stock:
3580

3586

Rear Sight:
3581

3584

Trigger:
3583

Front:
3587

Overall:
3582


3585

taha
25-08-2011, 12:31 PM
Rainbow (already posted on different thread but for showing here only):

3595

3594

3589

3588

3593

3591

3592

3590

Huzaifa
25-08-2011, 01:02 PM
Good phtography & thanks for sharing.

Hammad jutt
25-08-2011, 02:04 PM
your gun is very nice.plz tell the price your chinese gun?& where from you purchase it?

simpatico
25-08-2011, 02:18 PM
Nice air guns bro

taha
25-08-2011, 02:26 PM
@Huzaifa, Hammad and simpatico

Thanks for your comments!

@Hammad

I bough it about 03 years ago from Lucky Start Karachi. IIRC it isn't a well known shop but in a lane just opposite of Famous Arms.

3596

Lots of dealers are there, so kindly make sure you get the right thing for the price...

Hammad jutt
25-08-2011, 02:35 PM
what model no this gun and price sir?
@Huzaifa, Hammad and simpatico

Thanks for your comments!

@Hammad

I bough it about 03 years ago from Lucky Start Karachi. IIRC it isn't a well known shop but in a lane just opposite of Famous Arms.

3596

Lots of dealers are there, so kindly make sure you get the right thing for the price...

Hammad jutt
25-08-2011, 02:45 PM
Hello, sir plz contect with me or give me your no?

Cell# removed.

taha
25-08-2011, 02:54 PM
Brother we can easily share info here for benefit of everyone...

It has "Pioneer" written on it. It is a break barrel gun - you need to push the button on left of rear sight to break it; and it takes .22 calibre palettes in it. There are local copies of this available in market, but that is hopefully clarified by dealers...

Aquarius
25-08-2011, 03:39 PM
Nice Airguns.. thanks for sharing.

Mani
25-08-2011, 05:54 PM
Nice airgun

s.cheema
25-08-2011, 07:22 PM
nice airguns

Ameer
25-08-2011, 09:43 PM
good airgun collection

hunter468
25-08-2011, 09:52 PM
Nice airgun

Trigger_happy78
26-08-2011, 05:15 PM
Nice air guns bro.

taha
27-08-2011, 09:43 AM
@Aquarius, Mani, s.cheema, Ameer, hunter468, Trigger_happy78 and everyone:

Thanks for your comments!

Hammad jutt
08-09-2011, 04:51 PM
Brother we can easily share info here for benefit of everyone...

It has "Pioneer" written on it. It is a break barrel gun - you need to push the button on left of rear sight to break it; and it takes .22 calibre palettes in it. There are local copies of this available in market, but that is hopefully clarified by dealers...
plz tell me your gun price?and confarim me yeh pioneer company ki hai?

taha
08-09-2011, 07:18 PM
Back then (3 years back) it was around 3.5k. It is Pioneer - confirmed!

Hammad jutt
09-09-2011, 01:40 PM
Back then (3 years back) it was around 3.5k. It is Pioneer - confirmed!
AOA main ney aik shop py esi model ki dekhi hai?Es ki accuracy aur power kesi hai?can i purchse it.......?

taha
09-09-2011, 03:38 PM
Wswrwb

Depends on your needs. I use it for plinking and against lizards. Power isn't that great (lesser than local Rainbow airgun I have) and is acceptable for shorter distances... buts it's comparatively easy to load than Rainbow hence lesser strain on your shoulders.

That being said, I read somewhere here that to roughly judge FPS of your gun, load and insert a palette, fire at floor from a short distance (1 inch or 1 feet I'm forgetting). Then look at the fired palette. If it is only deformed, then FPS is likely to be less, and if it is as flat as a sticker, then you're talking 700+ FPS.

Fortunately, when done with this gun (1 inch distance approx), my palette (Iranian) was nearly as flat as a sticker.

Both statements being made, while not claiming for 100% accurate information! End decision is yours.

About accuracy - its fairly accurate for the price with local brand palettes (sucks with imported), but I never tested it the proper way (i.e. placing my gun at stationary location). I mostly fired in standing position, and sometimes in sitting position.

Usually when I fire, due to untrained arms I have, if my shots miss the target, they're usually going little up or down, and not left or right - atleast not to very noticeable extent.

BTW, what is the asking price where you saw it?

Hammad jutt
09-09-2011, 05:39 PM
Wswrwb

Depends on your needs. I use it for plinking and against lizards. Power isn't that great (lesser than local Rainbow airgun I have) and is acceptable for shorter distances... buts it's comparatively easy to load than Rainbow hence lesser strain on your shoulders.

That being said, I read somewhere here that to roughly judge FPS of your gun, load and insert a palette, fire at floor from a short distance (1 inch or 1 feet I'm forgetting). Then look at the fired palette. If it is only deformed, then FPS is likely to be less, and if it is as flat as a sticker, then you're talking 700+ FPS.

Fortunately, when done with this gun (1 inch distance approx), my palette (Iranian) was nearly as flat as a sticker.

Both statements being made, while not claiming for 100% accurate information! End decision is yours.

About accuracy - its fairly accurate for the price with local brand palettes (sucks with imported), but I never tested it the proper way (i.e. placing my gun at stationary location). I mostly fired in standing position, and sometimes in sitting position.

Usually when I fire, due to untrained arms I have, if my shots miss the target, they're usually going little up or down, and not left or right - atleast not to very noticeable extent.

BTW, what is the asking price where you saw it?
Price 4200 i purchase airgun for hunting birds?kon si gun purchase kroun...?i m not newley hunter?meray pass chinese underliver hai and my cusion has diana 45 model but my chinese gun retired now bcoz he has 8 years old?us ki jaga main new purchase krna cha raha hoon.

taha
09-09-2011, 06:06 PM
This gun has not hunted down any birds yet - probably bad aim, missing target altogether (all such attempts were made by my friends, so cant tell for sure).

So I'm sorry cant quote on that. Maybe some expert member has any experience with the same?

BTW 4.2k for this piece is not bad. Maybe you can bring him down to 4k. Because Chinese metal worked fine for me - while it was not maintained for nearly three years, hardly any rust was formed.