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AirForce Condor SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank
AirForce Condor SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc TankAirForce Condor SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank. Air rifles. AirForce has kicked it up a notch with their new baffle system, which makes the Condor SS quieter.
The AirForce Condor delivers ...
AirForce has kicked it up a notch with their new baffle system, which makes the Condor SS quieter.
The AirForce Condor delivers from 600 fps to a rip-snorting 1300 fps (in .177), and it's recoilless! Accurate (1" at 50 yards) and powerful, this PCP offers extreme flexibility. It has an 18" Lothar Walther barrel (1:16 twist). You can also buy 12" and 24" barrels. Change-outs are easy and don't require any special tools, but the gun will be unsilenced. Built in the USA.
NOTE: The .20 cal. pellets are slightly longer than the .22 cal. pellets of the same weight. Therefore, they drag in the barrel a little more and produce lower velocities. The quoted figures (showing the .20 cal. gun shooting slower than the .22 cal. gun) are actual test figures and are correct.
You'll need an adapter to fill the reservoir with air. The type of adapter depends on how you plan to fill your gun. A scuba tank will require a different adapter than a hand pump or carbon fiber tank. If you use a hand pump, the type of adapter you need depends on the brand of hand pump you use.
There are lots of ways to configure this gun, including rail-mounted accessories (coin-slot screws for each changeout). You can choose the scope, laser, flashlight, night vision equipment, extra tanks, quick-detach fiber-optic sights and attachments for the type of refilling unit you plan to use. If you replace the barrel with a longer one, the gun will not be silenced.
Carrying an extra filled tank when shooting in the field is a lot easier than carrying a scuba or carbon fiber tank for refills.
Does not come with sights or a refill clamp. If you plan to put a scope on your gun, you won't need the open sights. The refill clamp is needed if you're going to fill your gun's air reservoir with a scuba tank.
Have a look at our suggestions in the AMMO link below. Click the ACCESSORIES link to find scopes, targets, pumps and other nifty gear for your rifle.
Things I liked:accurate, powerful and quiet. Things I would have changed:Striker sound is still loud and hope this area can be rubber wrap to make it quieter. What others should know:suppressor is not need, because it already quiet enough. and mainly sound from striker.
Things I liked:Everything Great power and accuracy, unique design. Everything works as advertised. Things I would have changed:I wish it were a little quitter and that the tank was lower, to allow a lower scope mounting position, but neither of these is a big deal. What others should know:Buy it you won't regret it.
Does this gun need its barrel cleaned when we first get it?
I hope not, mine is shooting great without cleaning the barrel.
Joe from USA asked:
Do i need a medium or a high mount ring set if i use A/F tri rail on a condor?
david from USA asked:
Will my scuba tank hose connection for my marauder work with condor ss or do I need some adapter
charles from USA:
same used one today
Brian from USA asked:
Is it advisable to shoot the Condor SS on CO2? FPS numbers?
daniel from USA asked:
how many shots per fill does the 25 cal get on the medium power?
Cyril from USA:
Added April 13, 2014: I shoot in my yard, and I call 25 foot pounds of energy = Medium power for my Condor SS.
With an adjustment, the answer to your question is "a quiet 100 shots per fill of 2700 PSI."
I spent two days running the test for you. There may not be enough room in this small box to hold all the information.
Condor SS with "Quick-Change" Tophat/Medium Restrictor
(Earlier I got similar results by only using an O ring behind top Hat)
Power Wheel set at "2" centered (regardless of subsets)
(Condor SS Power Wheels set on 2 or 3 are quieter than my Marauder or any of my springers)
25.4 grain JSB .25 cal pellets
2400 PSI on my gauge = which is really 2700 PSI (learn how your gauge reads different than reality)
Average speed = 700 FPS X 25.4 grain pellet = 28 foot pounds of energy.
Shot # 1 = 667 FPS (Feet per second on my Chrony)
Shot # 2 = Bullseye at 40 yards (using top arrow on scope)
Shot #3 = 690 FPS
Shot #4 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot #5 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot #6= 691 FPS
Shot 7 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot 8 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot 9 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot 10 = Bullseye 12 yards (used one mil dot above cross hairs on scope)
Shot 11 = Bullseye 12 yards
Shot 12 = Bullseye 12 yards
Shot 13= Bullseye 12 yards
Shot 14 = 692 FPS
Shot 15 = Bullseye 10 yards (use exact cross hairs)
Shot 16 = Bullseye 10 yards
Shots 17 -27 = Bullseye 10 yards
(Still at 2600 PSI - This is sweet spot on my rifle. - Most efficient pressure. Most shots per PSI)
Shot 28 = 694 FPS
Shot 29 = 693 FPS
Shot # 30 - Shot # 33 = Bullseye 10 yards
Shot #34 = 697 FPS
Shot #35 = 700 FPS
Shot # 36 = 700 FPS
Shot # 37 = 700 FPS
Shot # 38 = 696 FPS
Shot # 39 = Bullseye @ 40 yards (using top arrow on scope)
Shot 40 = 702 FPS
Shot 41 = 696 FPS
Shot 42 = 703 FPS
Shot 43 = 704 FPS
Shot 44 = 702 FPS
Shot 45 = 705 FPS
Shot 46 = 700 FPS
Shot 47 = 705 FPS
Shot 48 = 703 FPS
Shot 49 = 690 FPS
Shot 50 = 705 FPS
Shot 51 = 703 FPS
Shot 52 = 705 FPS
Shot 53 = 708 FPS
Shot 54 = 707 FPS
Shot 55 = Bullseye 40 yards (using top arrow of scope)
Shot 56 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot 57 = 700 FPS
Shot 58 = 707 FPS
Shot 59 = 706 FPs
Shot 60 = Bullseye 40 yards
Shot 61 = 713 FPS
Shot 62 = 707 FPS
Shot 63 = 708 FPS
Shot 64 = 716 FPS
Shot 65 = 710 FPS
Shot 66 = 704 FPS
Shot 67 = 701 FPS
Shot 68 = Bullseye @ 40 yards (using top arrow on scope)
Shot 69 = 707 FPS
Shot 70 = 708 FPS
Shot 71 = 705 FPS
Shot 72 = Bullseye @ 40 yards
Shot 73 = Bullseye @ 40 yards
Shot 74 = 705 FPS
Shot 75 = 708 FPS
Shot 76 = 706 FPS
Shot 77 = Bullseye @ 40 yards 1/4" to right
Shot 78 = 697 FPS
Shot 79 = Bullseye @ 12 yards (one mil above cross hairs)
Shot 80 = 699 FPS
Shot 81 = Bullseye @ 12 yards 1/4 inch to right
Shot 82 = Bullseye @ 12 yards
Shot 83 = Bullseye @ 12 yards
Shot 84 = 698 FPS
Shot 85 = Bullseye @ 40 yards (using top arrow on scope as usual)
Shot 86 = 690 FPS
Shot 87 = 699 FPS
Shot 88 = Bullseye 12 yards (use one mill above cross hairs as usual)
Shot 89 = Bullseye @ 12 yards
Shot 90 = Bullseye @ 12 yards
Shot 91 = 695 FPS
Shot 92 = 694 FPS
Shot 93 = 696 FPS
Shot 94 = 695 FPS
Shot 95 = Bullseye @ 40 yards
Shot 96 = Bullseye @ 40 yards
Shot 97 = 694 FPS
Shot 98 = 692 FPS
Shot 99 = 684 FPS
Shot 100 = 683 FPS
Shot 101 = Bullseye at 40 yards
Shot 102 = 678 FPS
Shot 103 = 680 FPS
Shot 104 = Bullseye @ 12 yards
Shot 105 = 671 FPS
Shots 106 - 110 - Bullseye @ 12 yards but shot low @ 40 yards
Shots 112 - 120 = average of 640 FPS
End of test period
Cyril from USA:
I got 30 today and my 30th shot on the chrony showed 879 FPS (with a 25.4 grain pellet)
I still have 1800 PSI in my tank and I will shoot it down to about a 1000 PSI = which will give me about 45 shots per fill at above 800 Feet per second on my 45th shot. The sweet spot on my rifle seems to be 2,000 to 1,000 PSI = Each shot only requires about 33 PSI drop in that zone. ...... My power setting is 3. ... BTW ... 800 FPS with 25.4 grain pellet = over 36 FPE == which is higher than any springer I've ever heard of.
charles from USA:
I am getting 20 when the tank hits 2300 the grouping is bad so where is medium ?
it depends on the shooter i guess mine needs to kill rock chucks
I am also using poly mags that I oil
Lynn from USA:
I get an easy 30 shots out of my .25 caliber Condor SS.
Matt from USA asked:
Are the screws under the gun supposed to be loose?
Tyler from USA:
Not sure which screws you are referring to, but if they are loose just tighten them up.
To fill your PCP gun:
1. Pick a source of air shown at right
2. If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3. Add both to your cart to get hooked up