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By Customer from USA on 2011-08-15 13:48:11Things I liked:Balance and feel R great. Gun is accurate out to 100 yards using PREDATOR BALLISTIC TIP PELLETS. Love power adjustment for close quarters shooting. PCP tanks R easy to fill with hand pump. The composite for-end stays tight and is scratch resistant. Adjustable swivel bipod is a great added feature for accuracy. Trigger is styled after a target trigger and is crisp and smooth. No recoil like a spring gun, none at all. Air Force Mil Dot scope is perfect on this gun. This is, in my opinion the best and most powerful, accurate adult air gun on the market today. Very cool looking like an AR15.
Things I would have changed:The Condor shooting under high power is pretty loud. Would not mind if gun was quieter. Other than that the gun is perfect the way it is.
What others should know:This is a one shot, one kill or bulls-eye air gun. (Period) I shot squirrels at seventy yards with PREDATOR BALLISTIC TIP PELLETS and they are toast. If you are looking for an adult air gun to plink or to hunt this is it. VARIABLE POWER, very reliable, dependable and most of all "accurate". If you miss with this gun, its not the gun, its you. Go in your basement, backyard or range and practice. One more thing don't be afraid of using a bi-pod or rest for any shot no matter how close or how fare, we all do it. It makes us better shots and more consistent, think about it. Good Shooting to all.
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By Ronald from USA on 2013-07-13 14:25:39Things I liked:Accuracy, power, multiple configurations
Things I would have changed:Cheap grip, barrels should come threaded on all barrels. Wheel should be deeper grooved, wore out my thumb going from 3 to 9 on power wheel.
What others should know:Started with a .177 Tallon SS, graduated to a Condor .22, Luxuriated in a recent Condor Bounty .25. Bit of a let down, thought I would be in heaven, maybe I was already there! Increased caliber did not do it for me, only buy this caliber if you are really going hunting. Swapped out my 12 inch Tallon .177 barrel for a 24 inch .177, now I know I'm in heaven. New gun, nice to hear your trigger and pellet hitting the target at nearly the same time! I think velocity rather than caliber does it for me! Accuracy unchanged, superb! Haven't yet checked for range, suspect that is where the .25 caliber will come into it's own, less subject to wind drift I would think. Footnote, cost more than my Smith and Wesson AR 15-22 Performance, just as much fun, and I can shoot it in my back yard.