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Vortek PG2 SHO-Tune. AV-P00190. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

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By Matthew from USA on 2018-04-09 21:39:49

Things I liked: Just breaking the sin on my TX200 just under a hundred and fifty shots cocking Cycles very smooth and I do sense a quieter action when firing a fairly quiet gun to begin with but more of a thunk. A little more power and accuracy the same...

Things I would have changed: Nothing yet

What others should know: The real test Will come after five hundred shots if no problems it should be smooth sailing from there. Money well spent if it continues to fire like it does you always take a chance on these aftermarket kits 65 or so FPS increase with the high output kit artillery hold had to be changed slightly I have over $1,000 already invested in my Springer

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Overall rating:3.0

Value for money:3.0

By don from USA on 2018-03-11 17:37:14

Things I liked: Seems to be well made and comes with appropriate kind and amount of lube. Firing cycle seems smoother than stock metal original parts.

Things I would have changed: Improved instructions for installation would be very helpful to 1st time installers.

What others should know: My Tx200 Mk3 now projects 10.3 grain pellets at 17.5 foot pounds of muzzle velocity, which in much more powerful than I desired for Field Target competition.

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    By Matthew from USA on 2018-04-23
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    Things I liked: UPDATE ^ I didn't think a springer could be so quiet but this one is the quietest Springer I've ever shot. Now just over 500 shots I consider it broken in .Super quiet in both cocking and shot cycle I am very happy and will buy one for my Beaman R9. Also there is a slight increase in power. As before artillery hold had to be adjusted about an inch forward on stock. Accuracy was not compromised pellet in pellet at 35 yards. Now $ 1,160. In this gun [Crazy] If this works as well in my R9 I may be purchasing more for all my German guns. Once again let me exclaim. (SMOOTH!)

    Things I would have changed: Can't think of a thing.

    What others should know: If you have a noisy Springer give this one a try.....

     
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    By Matthew from USA on 2018-04-09
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    Things I liked: Just breaking the sin on my TX200 just under a hundred and fifty shots cocking Cycles very smooth and I do sense a quieter action when firing a fairly quiet gun to begin with but more of a thunk. A little more power and accuracy the same...

    Things I would have changed: Nothing yet

    What others should know: The real test Will come after five hundred shots if no problems it should be smooth sailing from there. Money well spent if it continues to fire like it does you always take a chance on these aftermarket kits 65 or so FPS increase with the high output kit artillery hold had to be changed slightly I have over $1,000 already invested in my Springer

     
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    By don from USA on 2018-03-11
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    Things I liked: Seems to be well made and comes with appropriate kind and amount of lube. Firing cycle seems smoother than stock metal original parts.

    Things I would have changed: Improved instructions for installation would be very helpful to 1st time installers.

    What others should know: My Tx200 Mk3 now projects 10.3 grain pellets at 17.5 foot pounds of muzzle velocity, which in much more powerful than I desired for Field Target competition.

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