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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By seth from USA on 2012-05-05 20:38:42Things I liked:The cool factor for this rifle is off the chart! Select semiauto or full auto they are both fun and accurate. The wood stock is beautiful and the metal finish looks good too. The bottle in front makes it look front heavy but it doesn't feel that way. You don't remove the bottle to fill it. Just attach the quick connect near the gauge.(picture #6)no hassle. I like the trigger. It's accurate and feels good.
Things I would have changed:Add 3 shot burst. Larger capacity magazines.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Kevin from USA on 2012-01-26 20:08:52Things I liked:This is a review of the Conquest in .22, a fast, unique, powerful, and consistent rifle. Emptying the magazine at 20 feet produces a single quarter-sized ragged hole with the Eun Jin 28.4gr pellets. The rifle has an unusual dual-dovetail receiver, in an attractive bronze color. The controls are easy to understand and the selector switch and safety are easy to set.
Things I would have changed:The wood stock is a bit too thin at the front where the tank is inlet, and that area is easily damaged. Otherwise the stock is nice, and the thumbhole design easy to get used to. The power switch looks a little out of place and could be redesigned and relocated. More tunability would be nice, features like an adjustable trigger, controllable rate of fire and burst count.
What others should know:Some of the specs on the Conquest differ from the pre-production information released previously. Magazines will not accept the "Eun Jin .22 Cal, 32.4 Grains, Pointed" pellets, however the "Eun Jin .22 Cal, 28.4 Grains, Domed" pellets are a bit shorter and feed well. The proprietary quick-detach fill adapter fits the hose on a Hill hand pump, and it was not excessively difficult or time consuming to pump the tank up to 200 bars from 'empty' (as shipped). I'll probably get a small tank to save on refill time and effort in the long term.