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Things I liked: Fit and finish are excellent. Works just as promised. Approximately one hobillion shots to the tank. Fits spin-loc perfectly.
Things I would have changed: Nothing - Works great as-is.
What others should know: I picked this conversion up after quite a bit of review-hunting, for use as a backup supply should my only local supplier of HPA be out of commission. This will also be used for indoor, close-range target work during the winter months (heated shop, don't try it outdoors in the cold, the results of cold CO2 will make you sad) in my Talon SS. Testing shows performance more or less on par with my Crossman 160, which is exactly what I was hoping for. The lower power by comparison to the stock HPA tanks is very notable, my scope ran out of elevation at about 25 yards trying to compensate, and pellets that smashed cleanly through the 1/4" plywood sacrificial face on my pellet stop at 30 yards only barely embedded or bounced away with the CO2. That being said, it doesn't take a lot of FPE to kill a soda can or a piece of paper, and the accuracy was identically excellent to running on HPA. Pricey, but a great back-up for the HPA, and very practical when shot count is primary!
Things I liked: Many Many shots on co2, quick change for the Talon SS
Things I would have changed: nada
What others should know: Less velocity but great for practice and plinking, quiet
Things I liked: The concept of having one gun with multiple air power sources for very different conditions is fantastic. I could use HP air from a scuba tank for hunting, and lower pressure but more stable CO2 for competition shooting.
Things I would have changed: Unfortunately, when I went to put concept to practice, the tank appeared to be empty. So I took it to a paintball shop to get it charged. The tech told me the tank was full, but the tank valve was defective. So I contacted Pyramid Air and arranged for a replacement. Despite having to send back my original 12 oz. CO2 tank for having a defective valve, and receiving a replacement, after just a few rounds out of the new tank, the replacement tank has now gone toes-up, and refuses to deliver any of its ample supply of CO2 to my AirForce Condor. Both CO2 bottles arrived at my home well-packed, and without any sign of mishandling, so I must assume there is a bad batch of valves. So, what would I change? I would like to see a higher quality valve. Don't use me and my valuable time to quality control your products.
What others should know: I doubt I will send this second defective CO2 system back, because I would likely receive a replacement which I have NO CONFIDENCE IN. I have already spent much more than the purchase price running around trying to identify and fix the problem, as well as having to sit out two competition days. For other shooters thinking of getting the CO2 conversion, I suggest you purchase the AirForce valve by itself, and get a high quality CO2 tank from a local source. You are going to need to use a local source to charge the tanks, so you might as well start out a relationship by purchasing a tank from them, which they can service on-sight.
Does this adapter work on the TalonP pistol? If not what do you use to put a co2 tank on it? Thanks in advance
This will work for the Talon-P as well.
Does the adapter fit the spin lock as well as the older style rifle