|Max Velocity||500 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger||Five-way adjustable match|
|Trigger Pull||0.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: everything !! I have a FWB 65 I bought in the 70's that has been in my safe for many years . I saw the ads for the Morinis and that sparked my interest in indoor 10 mm shooting. I started shooting my FWB 65 and it still shot way better than I could shoot. I am 74 YO and cocking the 65 was a chore. I came across the Alpha at half the price of the top of the line guns. Since I have a scuba and a CF tank for my Marauders I pulled the trigger on the Alpha .So no problems just fun.
Things I would have changed: You have to buy the decided grips . It really needs a pressure gage >
What others should know: Check it out your self
Things I liked: Great value and accuracy. I got this as a starter 10m competition pistol.
Things I would have changed: The ambidextrous grip is a compromise and not good for either right or left handers. I would recommend that you purchase a dedicated right or left hand grip once you become proficient. The air tank has no gauge, not a big issue except it hard to diagnose if you have a problem with your tank. My tank had a leak. If I filled the tank and shot it to empty immediately after filling it, I can normally get 80 shots, However if I wait a few hours, my shot count goes down to anywhere from 30 to 60 shots. This level of unpredictability will not work for competition. I use the Hill pump (great pump) and I can't imagine having to pump air in the tank right before the start of the competition (the effort raises your heart rate and increases stress) or god forbid, during a middle of the competition.
What others should know: Its a great starter gun if everything worked properly but unfortunately I didn't. I was originally going to ask for an exchange but after some thought I returned it. I've come to the conclusion that there is really no cheap way to get into the 10m competition and decided to get either a FWB or some other higher end pistol.
Things I liked: very accurate, fun to shoot, easy to fill with air
Things I would have changed: i would have the quick disconnect instead of the adapter they use.
What others should know: i shoot this at rangers from 15 feet to 40 feet and i get one hole groups less the MOA. i usually shoot out the red in the bulls eye on all target.
If you added the male quick disconnect to the gun would it work??? It looks like it has a cover of some sort over the fill probe...
when should I stop filling the gun, to what psi?
According to the manual, max operating pressure is 200 bar (3000 PSI)
When I charge the gun, I can hear the air leaking from somewhere in the pistol. I checked and lubed the O ring where the reservoir attaches to the action and it contiues to leak. Any suggestions?
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
Alfa Proj Competition PCP Pistol with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||500 fps|
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