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Average Customer Review4.5 (24 reviews)
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Things I liked:excellent gun accuracy and power dialed in at 6 with eunjin 32.4 22. cal pellets 920 fps 60 flb.On good day 1/2'' groups at 50 yards. On average day 3/4'' groups
Things I would have changed:offer dark green color for hunting
What others should know:recommend heavy pellets and start power dial at 5 and work your way up. heavy pellets will also keep noise down.
Things I liked:The power and accuracy of this rifle were amazing. Unfortunately the noise level and some other issues with the gun made me eventually return it to Pyramyd. The gun feels light in your hands and well balanced. The trigger was also really good.
Things I would have changed:The tank gets in the way of being able to see out of the scope properly, even when using high rings. After shooting for about 30 minutes I found that my neck was sore from trying to position my head just right to be able to see out of the scope properly. Others who tried the gun found the same thing, it just did not feel 'right'.
What others should know:If you only want a high power gun that you shoot from time to time this might be a good choice. If you want to go outside and shoot a gun for a few hours at a time you probably should look at something different. You will need a really good source of compressed air or nitrogen because this gun needs LOTS of it. Even though I was using the SS version of this rifle I found that the noise level was just too much for my taste, I cannot imagine how loud the non SS version Condor is. I tried to use the power level settings on the gun, but they really did not seem to be much difference between the low and high settings, though I was not able to use a chrony to verify.
Things I liked:This is an amazing, accurate well built-in -the USA Rifle. It starts off solid but light. Consider the weight of the accessories you add to keep it light. This rifle has more accessory mounting areas than any other I've seen. Air Force's focus on versatility was a strong selling point for me.
Things I would have changed:I wanted the thumb stock--had to modify the butte stock plate to make it work with the spin lock tank. Its an easy mod if you have basic mechanical skills and a few hours. I got it done by flipping the tank clamp 180 degrees and mounting the thumb stock in factory holes. This configuration shortens the extension of the butte plate below the tank. The rifle will rest on the bottom of the pistol grip and bipod (If equipped) in this configuration. I opted for the factory look and more stability by making a new, longer butte plate. I used an old table saw blade flat wrench for donor steel. I cut off and rounded the ends, drilled two holes;one for the plate mount screw (above tank) and one to accept thumb stock mount pin (below the tank) Add some rubber/padding and you're done. I changed the mount screw stripped during fabrication. (Uploaded 2 user pics) Please make it clear what exactly is required to increase from .177 cal to .22 and above (besides just a barrel change
What others should know:There's a "For .177 Cal" sticker on my air tank (around the valve) What does that mean? It isn't discussed in the manufacturer's video. PA sells "spare" spin lock tanks with high flow valves that are NOT for .177. What gives? Ease of caliber change by simply replacing barrels is a huge selling point for me. Now, It appears, more is required because I started off with the .177. I don't see a spinlock valve only for sale at PA but I do see the tanks for higher calibers available (Marked NOT for .177). Why is this not mentioned by PA or in the video? IF I must buy another spinlock tank to up cal. my condor, the conversion price triples and adds a tank or tank valve remove/install. Apologies for my uncertainty at this point--I have few questions like what if I use the .177 marked spinlock tank with the higher cal barrels? Will my Condor not perform as well as another that started out with .22? What if one started with .22 and decreased to .177 barrel? Any input is appreciated!
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