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hej då

Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:24 am

hej då

I'm Brutuz, visitited Sweden first in the eighties and love your country.

That's easy to write, but believe me, it's true.

I've met the woman I'm married to during a round trip Denmark-Sweden-Norway-Sweden-Denmark in the early nineties.

Also love Crosman air pistols.
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Re: hej då

Postby Silwer » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:43 am

Ok, but you know "hej då" means goodbye.
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Re: hej då

Postby pio » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:50 am

Silwer wrote:Ok, but you know "hej då" means goodbye.


Actually it dont Silwer... Hejdå means goodbye, but hej då means kinda like hey then or more like hey there...!!

Anyways HELLOOOOOOO to ya Brutuz!!
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Re: hej då

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:15 am

Good to see you here, Brutuz - I really enjoyed your Crosman filmes at Youtube.

Hi:

Please feel free to post them here too....really good ones...

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Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:50 am

Tnx for the warm welcome :toast

Here's the link to my youtube channel page http://www.youtube.com/Brutuz62

Enjoy

Will make a few more in a month or so, these are on their way:

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Re: hej då

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:53 am

Have you put them on order straight from Custom Shop US or what...?

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Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 11:27 am

Nope, my middle man did that for me, www.airgunexporter.com , he's Dutch and lives in the USA :mrgreen:
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Re: hej då

Postby Elvis » Sun Jun 07, 2009 11:36 am

Brutuz
Now there's a useful site... :up :D

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Re: hej då

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:34 pm

So...

Let´s see if I got this right, this guy in the US buy stuffs on order from large US dealers like Pyramid and then resend them to countrys within the EU as private mail...?

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Re: hej då

Postby Superbee » Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:38 pm

Welcome Brutuz!

The only downside with Sweden and our hobby is that our legal system doesn´t allow us to have full power airguns, even though your are a hunter (in Sweden it is required to study and do a lot of exams to be allowed "the hunters degree"...)

Crazy crazy! :|
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Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:30 pm

Superbee wrote:Welcome Brutuz!

The only downside with Sweden and our hobby is that our legal system doesn´t allow us to have full power airguns, even though your are a hunter (in Sweden it is required to study and do a lot of exams to be allowed "the hunters degree"...)

Crazy crazy! :|


That's not good to read, how many meters per second does one that's within the Swedish limits?
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Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:35 pm

Johnny wrote:So...

Let´s see if I got this right, this guy in the US buy stuffs on order from large US dealers like Pyramid and then resend them to countrys within the EU as private mail...?

:D


That's correct.

You visit the US website of your choice, go shopping, put stuff in your basket and instead of finalising your order you copy it from the shopping basket in an email, send that to Airgunexporter and ask them for a quote.

If you agree to that quote you can give Airgunexporter the order, next they will start the procedure after receiving your payment.

Don't order CO2 or oil from the US, they won't ship that overseas.
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Re: hej då

Postby Elvis » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:40 pm

Brutuz wrote:
Superbee wrote:Welcome Brutuz!

The only downside with Sweden and our hobby is that our legal system doesn´t allow us to have full power airguns, even though your are a hunter (in Sweden it is required to study and do a lot of exams to be allowed "the hunters degree"...)

Crazy crazy! :|


That's not good to read, how many meters per second does one that's within the Swedish limits?

.177 = app. 197 mps
.22 = app. 145 mps

The muzzle energy must not exceed 10 Joules, so the numbers above are depending of the bulletweight.
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Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:45 pm

Actually we have a 10 joule limit here, regardless of calibre.

That transforms into about (200 mps) 650 fps in 177 and (150 mps) 500 fps in 22.

In Imp thats about 8.00 ft/lbs ME.

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Re: hej då

Postby Superbee » Sun Jun 07, 2009 2:24 pm

A lot of Swedes tend to miss up on the fact that it is E4 that should be 10J, not muzzle energy.
E4 means the retained energy at 4 meters distance.
This means that for SOME pellets you could have a muzzle energy stretching to about 10.4 J, but that feels kind of picky :mrgreen:

And for all the Swedish guys, this is the proof:(fyra = 4)
"Swedish Weapon law"
2 § Ett kolsyre-, luft- eller fjädervapen skall anses ha sådan
begränsad effekt som avses i 2 kap. 1 § vapenlagen (1996:67) om
en projektil från vapnet fyra meter från pipans mynning har en
anslagsenergi som är mindre än 10 joule.


Airgunexporter seems interesting as I´ve been looking for some way to get a particular gas ram to my hatsan 125/ walther falcon hunter from pyramydair.com
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Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 2:43 pm

Okay it's clear, just read your posts and compared Crosman at http://luftvapen.e-butiken.se/ with http://www.target-master.nl/

Sometimes the specs are the same, sometimes the power is lower.

Do they bleed-hole the valve in that case?
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Postby Brutuz » Fri Jun 12, 2009 7:22 pm

Look what mrs Brutuz brought home from a buisinesstrip to Stockholm :yeah

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Re: hej då

Postby Silwer » Fri Jun 12, 2009 7:31 pm

Then calm it down, it's not good if it's wild, you have to kill it before eating it.
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Re: hej då

Postby Grövsten » Fri Jun 12, 2009 7:35 pm

This is food for real men.. :up

You seems to have a very good wife... :D

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Re: hej då

Postby John Doe » Fri Jun 12, 2009 8:49 pm

Nice..

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Re: hej då

Postby Commando » Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:56 am

Ask her to bring some 'pölsa' or 'nävgröt mä fläsk' the next time :up (men det är klart, i Stockholm finns väl bara pizza, kebab, och en massa halvdöd halal-mat etc).
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Re: hej då

Postby Superbee » Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:24 am

Commando wrote:Ask her to bring some 'pölsa' or 'nävgröt mä fläsk' the next time :up (men det är klart, i Stockholm finns väl bara pizza, kebab, och en massa halvdöd halal-mat etc).


Thats true for sure :cry:
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