by Tom Gaylord
Writing as B.B. Pelletier
This report covers:
- Magazines are easier to load
- Crosman Premier Lights — low power
- Crosman Premier Lights — medium power
- Crosman Premier Lights — high power
- High velocity
- Max power
- Trigger pull
Today we test the velocity of the Kral Puncher Breaker Silent Synthetic bullpup rifle. Let’s begin.
Magazines are easier to load
I found the two magazines that came with this rifle MUCH easier to load and manage than the mags I tested with the.22 caliber Kral Puncher Pro rifle last year. That one gave me numerous failures to feed in the velocity test. This one was perfect! And, when I say one, I mean that I tested both mags. It also loads easier, because I think the spring in the mag may be lighter. At least that’s how it feels.
Crosman Premier Lights — low power
I used the Crosman Premier Light pellet, to test the range of power adjustments. I started with 10 pellets at the lowest setting. They averaged 356 f.p.s., which is very slow. The low was 349 and the high was 365 f.p.s. — a spread of 16 f.p.s. That’s pretty tight for the absolute lowest power setting.