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0.22" (5.5mm), 800.0 fps, Synthetic, Ambi, Blue
AirForce Talon SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank, .22 Cal, Blue
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Things I liked:Just about everything. This gun is great. Light, very accurate, and a very good platform to build upon. This gun is also extremely quiet and can be fired indoors or the back yard (proper backstops obviously) without any worries about neighbor complaints about noise.
Things I would have changed:I am not crazy about the plastic grips, but I suppose it keeps the weight down on the gun.
What others should know:If you were like me and a little nervous about the price on these guns (especially if it is your first PCP) don't be! This gun is worth every penny. exceptional quality and accuracy right out of the box.
Things I liked:This is an amazing gun. I've had it for about 2 months now and all I can say is wow. I can stack pellets at 50 yards and depending on the day maybe even 75 yards. I can smack sparrows easily around the farm with this gun. If you buy this you will not be disappointed. I would recommend it to anyone.
Things I would have changed:Really there's only a few things I would change. One being the but plate. It isn't THAT bad but if you plan on doing lots of shooting of long periods of hunting it can get a little annoying. Also if the scope rail could be a little higher since I'm a rather big guy ;)
What others should know:If you are going to scope this gun which most do. You almost NEED to get high profile rings. This is for most people, if you are a little smaller or hold it differently you should be fine. Overall this is a wonderful gun :)
Things I liked:Picked up a .22, Very light, easy to get through the brush with, consistent enough (for not being tuned) 1" groups @ 50 yards are as simple as a steady rest. It groups better than my .25 condor did when it was new, but many upgrades later my condor will put 49fpe into a .4" group @ 60 yards using 25.4 JSB's or Polymags. If I can get that kinda result from a 12" barrel I will be amazed, but I am more than happy with the performance I'm getting from it stock.
Things I would have changed:but-pad on tank isn't comfortable for long shooting sessions. Very Pellet picky, the beeman silver bear almost slides through the barrel and the ftt 14.33's are very tight. Include the sound-loc kit from the factory, the endcap helps but its still surprisingly loud if the hammer preload wheel is over 3.
What others should know:Filling to 2800psi gives the best consistency for me and I have tried a plethora of pellets (ftt 14.33, Premier HP's, Barracuda 21, polymag 16, beeman silver bear 12.65, etc, but so far to get tight groups I'm stuck with JSB 18.13's (PW on 5.5) and 15.9's (PW on 5). My tank leaks pressure slowly, about 150-200 psi overnight. Pyramyd air didn't have any tanks so I called AF and they sent me one out the next day, I just have to mail this leaky one back to them when the other gets here. Pretty good CS but snail mail delivery of parts is kinda bad.