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    Posted: 17 Feb 2017 at 6:30pm
hey Mintie!
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Hi Mate
Anthony here, we did a trade a while back, the Sheridan for the Crosman 600.

I have the Sheridan Listed in the for sale section at the moment.

I love it but My Visa Bill needs to shrink.
cheers man.
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Hi Guys,

Had been waiting for the old forum to come back up but recently remembered about this one! Still holding some hope as there is a ton of good info on the old one which I am told is still safe.

Most of you already know me but for those that don't my name is Evan, I live between Hawkes Bay (Home) and Auckland (Work). I hoard airguns and cant resist a bargain! Current collections sits in the mid 20s I think. I am a hunter first but enjoy plinking and the odd bit of target shooting at the Howick club. I am known as the local Crosman (co2) addict and while i'm not shy about modding my airguns I do lack the tools to really make stuff from scratch etc.

I try to be as helpful as I can and I promote our sport to as many people as possible to try and stimulate our hobby.

I run the New Zealand Air Gunners group on Facebook (https://web.facebook.com/groups/airgunsnz/) in an effort to get more people interested, We currently sit at about 1600 members who are mainly entry level users but there is a lot of great banter and advice thrown around.

Cheers!
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