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Will this put a coon humanely down at point blank range?
There's a really good article in the current (volume 6) PyramydAir catalog, "Velocity vs.Mass" that discusses this common topic. Essentially, air guns, even 1200+ fps models, cannot generate sufficient velocity for the type of hydrostatic shock you see from centerfire rifle cartridges. With extremely accurate (and lucky) shots, you might get an instant kill, but generally animals that receive a fatal wound will take a while to expire from a pellet.
No it would not.
From around 15 yards, will this pistol kill a grey squirrel humanely?
No, it would not
Is the grip made of wood or synthetic?
They are synthetic.
Is this Made in USA?
The 2240 is BUILT in America. That means they assembled the gun parts in America but that some, many or all the parts are imported. How many of the parts are imported is not known.
Yes an american designer based out of Rochester NY.
how many meters it can shoot clearly with cheap pellets?
Accuracy wise you're looking at about a 10 meter gun
How many good shots can be had say @68 degrees with one cart.
You're looking at approx. 60 good shots
Has anyone converted the 2244 to pcp??
I have seen a few. A quick google search should turn up some good information.
who makes the upgrade air valve for more power or is this something I can do on my own? Any leads on a supressor??
There are a lot of folks out there that make spare parts for them. I would recommend checking out the Aigun Artisan's website, they have many links to custom part makers.
Could I use this as a small game hunting pistol ?
This gun puts out around 6.5 ftlbs at the muzzle and that will drop quickly over short distances, within ten meters WELL PLACED head shots on small game would be ok, anything further out and it'd be risky, upgrade for more power to increase affective range. Remember that less then 10 ftlbs really isn't recommended, but can be done.
Only at a very short distances, if you are a good shot too. Read this article to learn more about hunting with airguns: Airgun Hunting