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Postby pmh » Sun Jan 06, 2013 10:13 pm

Good picture.

Glad to hear you are taming the rifle and adjusting it to your requirements.

They are certainly one to have a go with.

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"IZZIE" Update.

Postby zunmik » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:39 pm

Since i started using the rifle i have made a number of changes to it
the brass barrel weight has been replaced by the steel one from my Walther which is not needed on the Walther, this allows me to refit the
diopter sights which i prefered, i have also made adjustments to the
trigger & sights. Over time my practice has continued & since the changes
made allowed me to refit the diopter sights, i have made some significant
improvements in my scoring now well up with club averages :D . Whilst
this has worked for me its simply the case that this rifle has been adapted to suit my disabilities & may not work for all, i have also changed my hold in order to achieve the improvements. I will do some update pics this weekend this will show the original peepsight fitted, which i replaced with a fwb diopter rearsight as the peepsight is very fiddly to adjust the windage on, M.
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Postby pmh » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:17 pm

Out of interest, can this rifle be operated single shot?

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Postby zunmik » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:23 pm

pmh:2110 wrote:Out of interest, can this rifle be operated single shot?

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Yes the rifle has a 5 shot clip, & since bell target is shot in 6 shot strings i always have to put one pellet in the clip to finish the string off, & you could if you wish do this for every shot just keep loading the first hole in the clip. M.
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"IZZIE" Update/changes

Postby zunmik » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:01 pm

Three more izzie pics to show the changes, pics show original peepsight, i don't use it to fiddly for windage i use a diopter much better, the peepsight works, but is a bit crude, then of course the whole gun is under £100 new,M. :)

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Postby pmh » Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:21 pm

Interesting back sight, reminds me of the variation that BSA used to put out with their rifles.

I once tried my Meteor with something similar to quite good effect, but soon added a scope.

I should start to target rifle.

Interesting that their aren't many IZH60s around, as some clubs do scoff at multi shot guns.

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Postby tagnut69 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:59 pm

They do  a single shot version of this aswell the izh60
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Postby zunmik » Fri Apr 12, 2013 6:53 pm

I only spent an hour @ the club last night, managed to get a few shots with the "izzie", and was shocked to fluke 5 out of 6 on the button :)  :D
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Postby pmh » Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:30 pm

Sounds like you are taming it nicely.

I found an easier way of cocking the LGR last night, which takes a lot of stain out of shooting it.

I think I have also converted Graham.

Managed quite a few rings in a row without much effort. A very accurate and consistent rifle.

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Postby zunmik » Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:59 pm

pmh:2541 wrote:Sounds like you are taming it nicely.

I found an easier way of cocking the LGR last night, which takes a lot of stain out of shooting it.

I think I have also converted Graham.

Managed quite a few rings in a row without much effort. A very accurate and consistent rifle.

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Yes i to love my LGR, and i'm glad you found the knack of cocking it easily, mines a keeper, but so is the "izzie" i have a much bigger grin when i "ding" with the izh61 especially when the bloke next to me misses with is 601 :lol: , M. :)
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