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Kral Puncher Ekinoks. KRAL-1077. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:4.0

By Robert from USA on 2019-05-20 22:04:09

Things I liked: Semi-Automatic action. Now I can stay on target without having to drop the butt and take my eyes off the target to work the operating handle as I do on my other air rifles. Wood stock is nicely finished. Accuracy was pretty good. Zeroed at 30 yards and got maybe nickle-size groups, but I would also experience flyers once in awhile. The trigger is heavy so that didn't help.

Things I would have changed: It badly needs an adjustable trigger. Long take-up, then it takes maybe 5-6 lbs to break. I had to keep using the first notch in my index finger to shoot. Just like when I used to fire the M60 MG. Sometimes, it felt as if the gas-operated action didn't fully cock the hammer, and I experienced maybe 3-4 failures. The first time that happened, I had to use a piece of wood to pull the operating handle back, but that was the only time I had to do that.

What others should know: I didn't expect the noise and feel from the gas operated action. Felt like I was shooting my Springer again. You can feel some gas blowing back on you and sometimes, some particles (?) against your left cheek. I put a Huggett moderator on which helps keep the muzzle noise down, but it won't do anything suppress the noise from the gas-operating action. Clean the bore before zeroing! I didn't & the 1st groups were very wide. It started settling down after about 2-3 mags (12 shots per mag). I got about 4-5 mags per fill (200Bar to 100Bar). Not bad. Be prepared to buy the 1/8" BSPP to Foster adapter. All my other guns use the Foster fitting. My friend had one so I didn't have to order one. I chrono'd my Premier HPs, 14.3grains at 1000fps avg. I had one mag. that wouldn't slide into the recess and PA is sending me a new one. Oh, and it didn't come with an operators manual, but PA sent me the link to their website to download the manual.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:1.0

Value for money:1.0

Accuracy:4.0

By John from USA on 2019-06-06 09:21:22

Things I liked: Ergonomics were good, shoulder well. Nice stock.

Things I would have changed: Shoot upon unpacking, wouldn't fire after filling. Package better. Have a manual with rifle. Have a standard foster fitting to illuminate air fill fitting. Trigger, it was terrible, at least 10lb. Pull! Couldn't remove stock. Overpriced for the terrible quality. Extremely loud!

What others should know: These rifles are not worth what P.A. is asking for them. Quality is terrible. Extremely loud!

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    By John from USA on 2019-06-06
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    Things I liked: Ergonomics were good, shoulder well. Nice stock.

    Things I would have changed: Shoot upon unpacking, wouldn't fire after filling. Package better. Have a manual with rifle. Have a standard foster fitting to illuminate air fill fitting. Trigger, it was terrible, at least 10lb. Pull! Couldn't remove stock. Overpriced for the terrible quality. Extremely loud!

    What others should know: These rifles are not worth what P.A. is asking for them. Quality is terrible. Extremely loud!

     
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    By Robert from USA on 2019-05-20
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    Things I liked: Semi-Automatic action. Now I can stay on target without having to drop the butt and take my eyes off the target to work the operating handle as I do on my other air rifles. Wood stock is nicely finished. Accuracy was pretty good. Zeroed at 30 yards and got maybe nickle-size groups, but I would also experience flyers once in awhile. The trigger is heavy so that didn't help.

    Things I would have changed: It badly needs an adjustable trigger. Long take-up, then it takes maybe 5-6 lbs to break. I had to keep using the first notch in my index finger to shoot. Just like when I used to fire the M60 MG. Sometimes, it felt as if the gas-operated action didn't fully cock the hammer, and I experienced maybe 3-4 failures. The first time that happened, I had to use a piece of wood to pull the operating handle back, but that was the only time I had to do that.

    What others should know: I didn't expect the noise and feel from the gas operated action. Felt like I was shooting my Springer again. You can feel some gas blowing back on you and sometimes, some particles (?) against your left cheek. I put a Huggett moderator on which helps keep the muzzle noise down, but it won't do anything suppress the noise from the gas-operating action. Clean the bore before zeroing! I didn't & the 1st groups were very wide. It started settling down after about 2-3 mags (12 shots per mag). I got about 4-5 mags per fill (200Bar to 100Bar). Not bad. Be prepared to buy the 1/8" BSPP to Foster adapter. All my other guns use the Foster fitting. My friend had one so I didn't have to order one. I chrono'd my Premier HPs, 14.3grains at 1000fps avg. I had one mag. that wouldn't slide into the recess and PA is sending me a new one. Oh, and it didn't come with an operators manual, but PA sent me the link to their website to download the manual.

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