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Does this gun have a regulator?
Is the scope mount available separately?
Not at this time
Can the power be increased to close to 20fpe? Is a longer barrel required? The manual doesn't include instructions for velocity adjustment.
They make a 15 FPE version with a longer barrel. While it could likely be made slightly more powerful, it probably will not get above 17-18 FPE without internal work
Can you see if the gun is shooting close to 12ft before shipping it?
Yes, you will want to order the 10 for $10 service with the gun
Can the Cheek piece be adjusted for left handed shooting?
Is the comb plastic? It looks it.
Would the FWB 800 FT be a good rifle for FT and BR?
Yes, it would be a great choice.
The weight is listed as 8.6 lbs. Does this include the knee rest that is shown attached to the utility rail on the bottom of the stock? What is the weight of the knee rest?
Yes. The knee riser was not measured for weight.
Are spare tanks available?
We can most likely special order them. I would just buy a mini carbon tank it will give you 10 fills on this gun and cost you the same as a spare tank. Look at Air Venturi Carbon Fiber Air...
25 shots per fill is on the very low side for a rifle dedicated to FT shooting. Is this spec correct?
I just got the answer from Volker Muller of Feinwerkbau. You get 90 to 110 shots per cylinder depending on pellet weight used. This is for the 20 J model. Sounds good to me.
It's not correct for the 16J (12 FPE) version but we have yet to have one in to test to be sure of the true count. It may be closer to correct for the high power version which should be around 20J.
Does it comes with a fill probe..?, is it foster..?
I was curious about this myself so I opened the manual and then had the answer confirmed by customer service ... the air cylinder ("reservoir") has to be removed (unscrewed from the rifle) to fill -- no "quick-fill" here. It's a shame because I'm afraid it's a deal-breaker. I'm just not interested in having to remove the air cylinder every time I need to re-charge with air.