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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By syed from USA on 2013-10-30 21:36:46Things I liked:love the new changes such as spin loc tank and sound loc.this gun is super accurate.i am already shooting 1/2 inch groups@90 yards with exact kings,and its not even broke in yet. its also super powerful,scope set @ 50 yards only drops 1 mil dot @ 90 yards. this .25 cal. condor ss is awesome. all you hear is the hammer slap.its short ,light weight, dynamite in a small package
Things I would have changed:nothing at all, airforce got right with this condor ss
What others should know:this .25 cal. condor ss is amazing.it boast lots of power and superior accuracy. I have had several other high end air rifles,this condor ss beats them all. airforce is a great American company and pyramyd air is a awesome distributor that stands behind their products. would highly recommend this gun to any serious airgunner.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Becky from USA on 2013-11-27 21:57:41Things I liked:The sound lock air suppression. Comparable in loudness to my .25 cal mrod! I also really like the ability to fill the gun w/o removing the tank. The top hat is very vulnerable to damage (bending) with having to remove the tank each time to fill. Also, I like having the pressure gauge and the spin lock system. Spin lock system keeps the tank from unscrewing inadvertently and maintains the orientation of the valve in relation to the hammer. The gun does not seem to have the POI shifting that my old full sized condor used to have from shooting session to session. I really think the condor is really too powerful for any other platform than .25 cal. I like the simplicity and modular design of the gun. Also, the light weight and the ability to separate the gun to fit in a small carrying case for ease of transport.
Things I would have changed:I don't like how the gun cannot be decocked!! I think that is a dangerous feature. However you can hold the delrin breech before you pull the trigger, so that you keep the hammer from hitting the valve but this is not ideal. My gun was shooting faster at the lowest power wheel setting compared to the highest. It was probably due to the tophat setting being too far out and bounding off of the valve at the higher settings. I would add an additional collar near the end of the barrel for an additional anchor point.
What others should know:This is not the gun you want to fill with a hand pump. I recommend already having a scba tank to fill with. This gun takes technique to shoot similar to a spring piston gun. Be advised about the learning curve. If you are expecting the ease of shooting and consistency like other pcp's you are choosing the wrong gun. If you want power, the ability to change calibers and relatively quiet operation this is a good choice. I would consider this gun to be back yard friendly especially if you keep the power wheel on the lowest setting. Consider turning in the top hat to .85" from the factory setting of 0.1" or place a small oring behind the top hat to flatten out your power curve.