Date: 15/12/2018 2:56
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Customers Q&A on Ataman M2R Tact Carbine Type 1 Air Rifle, Black

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  • George from USA asked:

    Does tightening the spring tension screw increase or decrease power?

    • Tyler from USA:

      clockwise will increase velocity, counter clockwise will decrease velocity. Bear in mind, this adjustment is suppose to be used to fine tune, not to make gross adjustments. My experience is that they typically do not have a whole lot of room to be increased.

  • christopher from USA asked:

    Have not seen too much in .25, how might this compare/compete as a bench rifle 50-100m? Shoots JSB 33gr?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Check out the video review. It shoots the 25.4 and 33.9 JSB pellets pretty well. Definitely 50m capable....looking forward to possibly stretching the legs out a bit.

  • PEDRO from USA asked:

    In what country is made this rifle?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Russia.

  • Jonathan from USA asked:

    Hill pump approved??

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes.

  • John from Philippines asked:

    just wanted to ask why are these side-lever action, while on the ataman website they are bolt action?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Ataman has switched the guns to side lever action for the US market. Makes them much easier to cock.

  • valente from USA asked:

    I'm interested in this gun in the 9mm Those velocities are for the JSB 81gr pellet? How is the accuracy with this gun, I wish there was a review on it. Want another 9mm or .357 this is something that I like. Please let me know something on this gorgeous gun. Thanks

    • Skinnymitch from USA:

      Try airgun exploration and advancement on YouTube they are working on a video as we speak should be ready in about a week

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes that is with the JSB 81 grain .35 cal pellets. Haven't had the 9mm's in to try yet, but the smaller caliber versions are driving tacks. We anticipate the 9mm versions to do the same with the JSB ammo.

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