Is this gun as quit as they claim.and is there a tripod that will work on this gun
None of the guns are a quiet as claimed. Your neighbors will be "disturbed". Houses in my hood are about 150-200' apart and I'd say this could be heard 5-10 houses away. My guns are quieter than this one and my immediate neighbors will tolerate a single shot now and then, but not target practice. If you want a gun that you might actually get away with shooting in the yard and nobody knowing, then try a pcp with a good suppressor on a lower power setting. My Marauder with an extended suppressor was pretty frikkin quiet but made twice the power of this gun. Turned down to this guns power level it would likely be less than half that loud. Optionally I shoot from inside the house through a sliding glass door cracked open an inch, and shooting from maybe 6+ feet back. You do hear it from next door but not nearly as bad. A lot of people only shoot in their basement or garage due to neighbors. The only bipod I'd consider for a springer is the clip-on Ramline since it has little effect on accuracy.
I have a question for the people at PA. You do know that the scope in the picture is on backwards?
I don't work for Pyramyd air but, I came tell you with certainty that the scope is not on backward.
Do u carry the Torq in .22 calibur
Click on the gray rectangle above the price and your caliber choices will come up.
Yes, they do.
The Torq looks a lot like the .22 Fuel. Does anyone have any idea whether it be possible to get mount the bipod from the Fuel onto the Torq?
Probably Not. No bolt holes in fore-end of stock (according to the Pic's.