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Old 02-06-2019, 6:17 PM
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My Ruger Blackhawk died after years of good service and I am thinking of replacing it with a Fury or a Gamo Varmint. By the time I ship it back east and pay for repairs and shipping back I would be better off buying a new one. I only use it for gophers in the yard so I don't need a two hundred dollar pellet rifle. Both of the above are around 100 bucks and shoot a .177 pellet at 1000 fps or better. Has anyone used or have any info on either one of them or something they consider better for less than 125.00.
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Old 02-08-2019, 5:29 PM
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Wow, It looks like I found a subject no one has an opinion on. That has to be a calguns first. There must be someone here that doesn't use a three hundred dollar pellet rifle?
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