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    raja sahab
    You are welcome,i recommended panther 31 because its available in market and its lighter then 34 and 35 with same power,saw one in camo color in sadar its beautiful
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    i thought that my 45 36 and 35 were heavy guns till i bought 56 ,now after several hunts with 56, when i hold these guns they feel so light .

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    Thanks Raja Yasir Sahib, any idea about price of panther 31 in Saddar

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    round about 32k

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    Raja dear U have Nice Air Guns.
    HUNTING is not just something i do. It is part of who i am.

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    @Raja Yasir

    Your gun and hunting pics are great.I believe the Hare was shot when it was feeding in the fields at night, your scope and light certainly came in handy.I have a Diana 35 classic it is an all round best air gun to have.Could you share the scope specs, rail and their price with us.I am thinking of getting similar scope and rails for my Diana 35.

    There used to be lot of Hares around where I live but due to population increase they are not to be seen now. I think around your locality their population is still abundant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajapaki View Post
    Thank you Chaudhry Sahib, I will definitely visit LHR within few days. But license issued from LHR will be all Pakistan or it will be only for Punjab?. My CNIC is issued from RWP but living in ISB Territory.
    As I said earlier, All Pakistan Licenses are not being issued for an indefinite time period. You can only get a Punjab License from Rwp or Lahore. Dealers from Pindi are going to rip you off (24k for Punjab license).
    And you can't keep a gun in Islamabad that has been issued on Punjab License.

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    mehdi bro
    yes the hare was feeding in the field ,the scope was great at night in moon light ,scope is 6-24x50 it was zoomed at 9x for quick sporting when the rabbit was sported at 180 feet zoomed to 14x took the neck shot ,at this hunt no lights were used at all,the hunts before that we used these lights for spotting .
    the rail on scope is weaver rail and two piece weaver mounts,got the rail from uk and mounts from islamabad.because any thing else wont hold the zero on powerful springers.

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    @ Raja Yasir

    Brother you also have range finder or the scope has a built in range reticle ? What make is this scope.Wishing you good hunts we still have 4/5 good moon lit nights left.Keep updating on your Bunny hunts. Best of Luck.

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    ordered two scopes leupold 6-24x60 meldot mounted on diana 56 ,other is tesco 6-24x50 range finder reticle,reason i chose 35 for this particular hunt was the tesco scope had better wide view,and works better in poor light conditions.
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    thanks bro

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    night hunting

    this is must have setup for night hunting.installed on my diana 35,for guys who want to hunt rabbits.
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    TRY Weihrauch Air Rifles

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    shore i will if i could get one but i was thing more of air arms s410 and crossman marauder what do you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raja yasir View Post
    shore i will if i could get one but i was thing more of air arms s410 and crossman marauder what do you think.
    Benjamin Maruder??
    That's a good one. Weihrauch HW100 is even better.

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    take a look at benjamin rouge .357 epcp at you tube and let me know your thoughts
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    .357 are big bore airguns. I would not prefer big bores because you have to recharge them after every 2-5 shots (depending on the airgun you have).
    Plus big bore ammo is expensive, unlike cheap pellets for .177 or .22.
    Third thing is ammo would not be available here. You can only get it from abroad or make your own, the later option I believe is not possible here.
    Plus they are loud unlike smaller calibers so the sole genes of airguns would be eliminated (they produce a little twang only).

    I'd prefer a .223 or .243 b/a rifle instead of any of the big bores.
    Out of the 3 common big bore calibers- 9mm(357), .45 and .50, I like .45 the most.

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    does big bore guns require licence,what do you think

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    Quote Originally Posted by raja yasir View Post
    does big bore guns require licence,what do you think
    Nope, it's an airgun. No license... this is a plus point.

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    thats why i like this gun more plus its sound is not like bullet fire.less recoil means more accuracy .

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