Date: 20/10/2018 7:49
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Customers Q&A on AirForce EscapeSS Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank

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  • Francisco from USA asked:

    Is this rifle regulated because I did not see anything saying so, maybe I missed it, so what pressure is it regulated at? Or, if not regulated, does anyone know the valve dwell time on the first shot at 3,000 psi for the maximum power for the five shots.

    • Tyler from USA:

      The AirForce line is not regulated. The dwell time question would be better posed to AirForce, don't think Pyramyd has a way to accurately measure that right now.

  • Francisco from USA asked:

    I got it that the 0.25 caliber shoots at 900 fps, but what is the weight of that pellet that travels at 900 fps?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Having an adjustable hammer spring tension means you'll be able to push a few pellets that fast, but out of the box 900 fps should be achievable with anything in the 25 grain range or less.

  • L. khang from USA asked:

    Can the bigger air tank put on this one for more shots?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes a condor tank can be used for more shots.

  • Brian from USA asked:

    in the .25 what are average velocities with jsb?

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      900 fps.

  • Kano from USA asked:

    In .25 cal, is this essentially a Talon-P "SS" if I removed the stock?

    • Big Shady from USA:

      Escape .25 shoots up to 900fps the Talon SS up to 665fps.

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes same design as the talon-p thats shrouded and silenced ( smaller tank).

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      Yes, you could call it that.

  • Geno from USA asked:

    How will this gun do with mr hollow points 50 grain ? Figure on high still get at least 900 fps?

    • Cory from USA:

      We have not tested this air gun with that pellet but I would suspect it to be under 900fps.

  • Arcadian from USA asked:

    If i buy the .22 ss version can i later install a 24'' barrel in .25? I know that it will not be silenced, just for hunting.

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes you can.

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