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Things I liked:Easy to swap out
Things I would have changed:Come threaded
What others should know:Put this on my Tallon SS, lost sound suppression but a totally new rifle. Real velocity, 40-60 pellets with no 'fall off in power'. No real difference over 3-4 on wheel. Extremely accurate.
Things I liked:Accurate, increases velocity a lot over 12 inch barrel.
Things I would have changed:A bit expensive, should come threaded
What others should know:Started with a Tallon SS, .177, moved up to a condor .22, graduated to a .25 condor. Take it from me, caliber is not as satisfying as velocity. On the Tallon SS you could see the pellet in flight. Substitute the 24 inch barrel and you have a totally new rifle. My impression of the Tallon SS. .177 is for target practice in the basement while the baby is sleeping upstairs! Very happy with the 24 inch barrel.
Things I liked:Very high quality product as I would expect from Airforce Airguns. I ordered the 24" .177 barrel specifically for pest bird and ground squirrel control. Barrel arrived in a well packed box, with the actual barrel inside of a tube for added protection. It also came with barrel mounted screws and an end cap. Switching out my barrel from the factory .22 to the new .177 took a whole 5 minutes on my Talon.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Here is some data for all of those who want to know how this barrel performs. All testing was done with Crosman 7.9g HPs to keep things simple. 1073 fps was obtained with an unmodified factory Talon tank on the #3 power wheel setting. Going higher than #3 did not produce an increase in fps. 788 fps was obtained with an Airforce CO2 adapter and a 13ci paintball tank regulated at 850psi and the power wheel on #2. Going higher than #2 did not produce an increase in fps. 824 fps was obtained with an Airforce CO2 adapter and a 48ci paintball tank regulated at 1400psi and the power wheel on #3. Going higher than #3 did not produce an increase in fps. I shot about 15 different brands of pellets through this barrel and it likes anything this does not have a pointed tip design. very accurate. Will shoot groups smaller than a dime a 30 yards all day long. Hope the review helps. Sorry, no CO2 fps data. The CO2 fps should be close to the 850psi regulated tank data based on my experience shooting it in .22.