Do you need your license even though it's an air rifle?
What type of fill port is used on this version? Older models use 1/8 BSPP. Can the new style be bought as a replacement?
How do you go about filling the reservoirs that you fill the gun with, there is know where near me that has a 4500 psi air compressor and I do not want to hand pump it very badly
Can use nitrogen in stead of air.
Will this Sam Yang Dragon Claw work with #6 & #8 shot shotgun amio???? It will shoot arrows and as well as of up to .600" in the 500cc .50cal model!!!
Got mine and shot it today using the Air Bolts. I had to really jack up the rear sight for 30yd shots. I can't imagine a scope having that kind of adjustment... we'll see... but I was wondering how close POA/impact is between arrows and slugs? I'm wondering if it can be that far off between the two? If I'll need to crank the sight back down to a more normal position when I shoot slugs? Anybody shooting both?
How hard is it to fill with air pump?
What mold cast the most accurate usable bullet for hunting dear sized animals.
Can I use an air compressor to fill this gun and what kind of adapter would I need? Are they sold on this site>
Can i shoot the wing shot shot she'll with the dragon claw
not recommended, this barrel is rifled bore not smooth bore, you will get plastic fouling but you can use sabots with .45 cal bullets but you will get the same plastic fouling.
On the eunjin meter what is the Max fill 20 or 30?
20, right where the green and the red lines meet
How much does this gun weigh?
What is max affective range of this gun?
Do they have a left handed stock or version of this rifle?
I got the .50 cal 250 grain from venturi and it seems to be a super tight fit and I'm afraid it will get stuck in the barrel?
I believe that you should "slug" your bore and, using accurate calipers, measure the slug. Then, go to a seller, like Hunter's Supply, and have them swage bullets to your exact caliber. They will usually do this for you at no extra charge, and you can then be sure that the ammunition you are using will perform well in your gun.
Does this gun have a swivel stud ( if not how can I put a bipod on it )?
No it doesn't .
The ammo on this site is limited, can these big bore rifles shoot standard muzzle loader rounds, specifically sabot rounds from Hornady or Thompson/Center?
This gun should use only soft lead bullets for best performance. Hard lead, jacketed, sabots, and lubricated bullets should be avoided. They can damage rifling, sabots can come loose and plug a barrel, and lubed bullets can dirty a barrel quickly.
I would not recommend sabot ammo
this gun is loud is there a suppresser that fits this gun ???????????
There are supressors that will fit, but in most states, they require a special license, or are simply illegal to use on ANY type of gun, firearm or air. Don't take the chance!
How many full power shot on one fill?
I get 15 shots using 185 gr lead. After 15 shots on full power I see bullet drop out of the x zone by about 1/4" lower by shot.
Read the part of the description that describes the technique of switching to half-power after 4th shot and basically continue getting consistent shot string.
You will get roughly 6 shots per fill.
THis is in the "hunting" category so what kind of game does that include?
In some locales, they can be used to hunt deer sized animals. Laws vary, so do your homework before you decide to use this on game animals.
this one when untuned can take up to javelina up to 35-40 yards. People do hunt wild boar with these.
Is there a way to put a bipod on this dual tank gun. If so, what kind do I need to get?
You would have to tap the fore grip with a swivel screw, then get a bi pod with the swivel adapter.
should the .50 cal pellet on the Sam Yang Dragon Claw 500cc Air Rifle be seated as far forward as possible or to the back of the breach? Thanks
I would seat the pellet further forward in the breech.
How do you fill the middle air resevior?
The middle reservoir is connected to the bottom one, so when you fill the rifle you fill both tanks at the same time.