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Aim Point - Pune

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Aim Point - Pune

Postby mundaire » Fri Sep 08, 2006 7:03 pm

Adventure Mart
366 Raviwar Peth
Pune: 411 002
Fax (020) 24472347
Tel; (020) 24453142


Branch Office:
Adventure Mart
59 Wonderland, 7 MG Road
Pune: 411 001
Tel-Fax: (020) 26134992
Cell: 9423005752

Email :[email protected]

Web: http://www.adventure-mart.com


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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby professor » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:28 pm

Hi All,
yesterday visited Aim Point at MG Road ....was a vey good experience, owner Mr. Mohammed Bandukwala is very soft spoken gentleman.....always ready to help ....he has maintained a very good collection of Muela, Cold Steel , Nieto, Victorinox, Leatherman & Buck knives, camping instruments, binoculors, telescopes & ofcourse air rifles& pistols IHP as well Kolkata made brands....worth to visit & purchase some stuff...regards



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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby james02 » Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:05 pm

Adnan and Mohammed are two brothers who run this business,they have two shops in pune.Both are extremely helpful and honest guys i ever dealt with.I recommend Aim point and i rate this shop 10/10.


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AIMPOINT - Experience

Postby hvj1 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:47 am

Visited AIMPOINT -Pune,on the 3rd of this month. I was received by a very courteous and knowledgable Mr. Mohammadbhai. Bought an excellent Britelite Torch. This torch is rechargeble and has a astonishingly powerful, narrow undiffused beam which can illuminate any object the size of 1 ft at a distance of 200 m quite easily.
I wanted to buy a Swiss Army knife, but the collection Mohammedbhai had required careful study. In addition to the firearms he sells, he has a host of equipment which a wannabe wild life conservationist like me may require- Tents, sturdy trekking shoes, wildlife cameras (on order) for the amateur to the professional types. Off particular interest was a model of britelite torch, the beam of which illuminates objects at 1000m! Lightweight, rechargeable, sturdy, attractive slim design and very very reasonably priced.
I came away with great satisfaction and believe that Mohammedbhai, not only knows his stuff but is also a gentleman. Plus he gave me a terrific discount on my torch.
I plan to go back soon to check out all of his items.



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Re: AIMPOINT - Experience

Postby professor » Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:39 pm

Dear hvj1,
same experience with me too.....I have purchased a Britelight torch as well as a Swiss knife (Item_ NOMAD) ....infact I was in hurry at that time.....I suggest u to visit AIMPOINT again & must check the knife collection he has....regards




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Re: AIMPOINT - Experience

Postby hvj1 » Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:04 am

Hi Professor,
The Nomad is what he also suggested, but I think I would like to go for the Traveller set, this is in keeping with my requirement in the future, as a wanabe conservationist, better to be over prepared than under prepared. :D Yeah , he has a real mean collection of knives, the rambo bowie type with the serrated trailing edge was a real attention grabber!
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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby airgun_novice » Mon May 09, 2011 6:21 pm

Am looking for an airgun stock for my Chinese Springer Industry B2 (stock of 27/ 25 would do). Any idea if Aimpoint stocks up on butt stock ? BTW, does anyone have their user handle on IFG so I could PM them ? Thanks in advance for the help.


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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby miroflex » Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:42 pm

Hi,

I spoke to Mr Bandukwala recently about availability and prices of weapons. He mentioned that a .375 Mannlicher Schonauer should be available for Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 60,000. He also mentioned that a .458 Winchester Magnum in an as new condition was available for Rs. 4,00,000. There was also an SBBL underlever .360 rifle by Westley Richards for Rs. 60,000. The .360 is a rook rifle calibre which is long obsolete. From information available on the internet it seems that the .38 Special revolver cartridge closely resembles it. The underlever may refer either to a shotgun type action with a top break opening or a Henry type of falling block action, commonly called a Martini action in Great Britain.

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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby pradeep.kumar » Tue May 28, 2013 3:07 pm

I had been to Aim Point, Pune and found them very professional, polite and genuine traders. The person there in the shop at MG road ( I think his name was Murthaza) was very patient and explained merits and demerits of different products in their shop. I wondered how many would do that in the rifle and adventure equipments business.
Wanted to post this information so that other wanting to find a good shop will be benefited.


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Re: Aim Point - Pune

Postby Cactus » Tue Jun 11, 2013 7:13 pm

any chance of getting a fun bb gun at this store?




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