I lost the screw that adjusts the cheek piece, can somebody please tell me what size is needed and where to find it?
Will the 23 gr Neilsen slugs fit in the magazine and feed reliably
is this gun the newer mark 2 version
I've heard of valve stem problems has anyone have any experience with that?
The first shipment that came through did have some valve stem issues, but I haven't heard nearly as much about them since.
what would the correct hand pump be for the puncher breaker??
The hill pump would require no adapters and be ready to go right out of the box: Air Venturi MK4 by Hill...
I am having trouble filling the air. The probe is leaking when I open the valve from my tank. I have the adapter that I purchased from PA so the probe can quick attach to my tank.. This is only the second time I have tried to fill this rifle. I had no problem the first times but that was a few weeks ago. Now after shooting some tree rats I wanted to bring it back up to 200Bar. Any suggestions?
A few things: 1) Check the orings on the probe for any damage. It should have come with replacement orings if you need to swap them, if not call PA Tech Service and they can get you set up. 2) Put some silicone grease on the orings to keep them fresh and help them seal.
Has Kral fixed the side lever cocking mechanism? It sounds like it breaks or wears out after several hundred shots.
The majority of the issues I've heard about were on the first shipment of guns into the US. So it would seem like Kral has improved them. Should you get a problem one, you can call PAs tech department and they have replacements.
Hello..This gun includes 2 magazines, single shot tray in the .25..?
In .25 the guns come with 2 magazines, but no single shot tray.
Do you ship this gun to India?
Is this the MK2
Not sure what you mean by Mk2 as the manufacturer doesn't denote it that way. This has an aluminum scope rail if that's what you mean. The US imported models all had the aluminum rails.
Is this the 2gen version? And do you ship this gun to Denmark/Europe?
Sadly it cannot be shipped to Denmark.
Has anyone else had the cheek weld problem that I experienced trying to see through the scope. I had to get a 1 inch raiser mount along with high scope mounts to get the proper sight picture? This after trying 3 different scopes and three different sets of high rings.
Leapers high rings were okay for me, but I switched to some Burris Extra High rings as they were a bit more comfortable.
Can I shoot pile drivers with the .22 cal
Can I shoot pile drivers with this rifle
I have this rifle in .25 and have always used JSB EXACT 25.39 pellets in all my rifles. But in this rifle i seem to get more "flyers" than i would expect. Is there a more popular ammo for this gun than jsb ? I also noticed that one magazine shoots tighter groups than the other. I marked the mags and shot 10 shot groups out of each and one sends more flyers than the other. I've always had great luck with jsb pellets but maybe this gun shoots something else better ? Any help would be appreciated
I've had good luck with H&N Baracuda, JSB Kings (25.4) and Predator GTO pellets. Haven't had the need to try anything else.
Is there something about the bullpup design, simply that its overall length is less than a standard layout rifle, which would make it less accurate in some way. Maybe what I mean is when a rifle is reduced in overall length, does it become less accurage or harder to get accuracy. Is a carbine harder to get accuracy than a long rifle?
The Bullpup design is a European design. Like with firearms, the bullpup is supposedly a better way to maneuver thru urban terrain (depending on your actual experience/training, that statement may not hold true). My personal experience with shooting bullpup rifles, there is little to no difference in accuracy. But a massive difference in holds, sight picture, and cheek positions. With that being said, the growing popularity of the bullpup design in America has driven airgun companies to try and replicate that success. Just because the bullpup rifle looks smaller, the barrel size is really no different than your regular American/British style of rifle. Its a cosmetic design that throws people off. As for the carbine question. A carbine rifle is usually designed for a small-medium distance, while a "long rifle" is designed for those longer shots (medium-long). But really, it comes down to what you want out of your rifle. A long rifle can, and will be effective at your shorter distances. But again, depends on the application you plan for your rifle.
Will the .22 shoot predator polymags?
Yes, Predator pellets do fit the magazine
Use the short polymags.
How much dead space is in the shroud?
I tried what Royce suggested and the accuraccy was not good. I did put them in the right order. Fantastic Bullpup.
Nate you can install 4 baffels and spring from the Benjamin Marauder.they fit without modding this Gun.
roughly 2.5" or so
about 4 inches
Just purchased the breaker in .25, Are spare mags available ?
Not quite yet, but they will be in the future.
Looking at the proportions of this interesting but questionable gun design: 1. Doesn't your cheek fall on the area of and in front of the magazine - ouch? 2. If your cheek is painfully on and or in front of the magazine - doesn't that mean that the scope rail is too far back to have the proper eye distance from the scope - or even room for a large scope? 3. Without a 9mm/.357 cal. option how does this compete at all with say the Benjamin Bulldog other than price? 4. Isn’t math a little wonky on the number of shots for .25 cal. - 10 shots really and at what velocity? 5. One of the design priorities of the bullpup design is to produce an arm that is lighter. Given the size of the gun (which is 6 inches too long IMO) why and how would you produce a design and 8.25 lbs. - the weight of a full military field rifle?
If you want superb quality, get an Air Arms Galahad bullpup.
Hey! $500 bucks! Get real......want a $1500 gun? Get a Cricket. Can't beat this gun for the $$$.
1) No. The cheek piece is adjustable, so if you wanted to position yourself more forward on the gun, you can more the cheek piece so you are not resting on the mag or breech. 2) Again, cheek piece is adjustable and rail is 7.5" long which is plenty of room to mount and achieve a good and comfy eye relief. 3) It's not meant to compete with the Bulldog. The bulldog is a hunting specific big bore. 4) It has a 10 round magazine in .25 cal. The actual shot count per fill is going to be around 40. 5) The bullpup design is meant to be compact, not necessarily lighter. The gun is under 30"....how you could possibly think that is 6" too long is beyond me which the vast majority of other bullpups in this price range are considerably longer...but everyone is entitled to their opinion.
Between the hatsan bull boss and this which is better?
The BullBoss has the forward style cocking lever which is a plus and is more powerful, but in terms of value for your dollar, the Kral is $150 less and accuracy wise is on par with the BullBoss. Not to mention, the Kral is also lighter weight and had the external power adjuster.
Is the scope rail on this rifle molded plastic or is it aluminum or some sort of metal ? I saw a YouTube video which said it was plastic but these pics here look different than the video ?
Aluminum. Previous versions were plastic but Kral has upgraded everything to aluminum now.
Is this regulated?
So the 825 fps in 25 cal is not correct? I think the Condor SS in 25 cal is 900 fps but I might be incorrect on that. Thank you Maco
It's correct. We tested that in house. That is with 19.9 grain H&N Field Target Trophy pellets. A Condor SS in .25 is going to be rated around 950 fps, but it will be able to achieve that velocity with much heavier pellets. Just to compare despite not being the same caliber, a .22 Condor SS with 21 grain pellets (so we're still talking about the same pellet weight range) is shooting above 1000 fps.
I use a Condor SS in 25cal for Hunting. How will this gun stack up to it. Is it accurate and well made?
I believe you should match your power "needs" to the task at hand. Both my .17 and .22 are more than powerful enough to do everything I need done, AND, if in close range, I know I could drop any larger (up to deer size) game, with an appropriate brain shot. The accuracy and power of these guns, in light of their cost, is phenomenal! Some of my best purchases! The wood-stocked model is not up to Browning wood standards, but again, I didn't pay for Browning type wood quality.
They are certainly accurate and build quality is stout. 3/4" groups at 45 yards was the norm in .25 (at least in the gun I tested). For the money, it's a heck of a value. That said, no where near the power of a Condor SS.