These are the two suppressor styles we use on AirForce Bounty Hunter air rifles. We cannot guarantee which suppressor will be on the gun you get.
Spin-Loc tank is shown -- it's an optional upgraded tank. Your gun comes with a non-Spin-Loc tank. Your gun has the Spin-Loc collar so you may use a Spin-Loc tank with it.
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||5 lbs.|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||490 cc|
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Things I liked: tI got gun it was missing lower stock pyramid air took care of it , however the gun shoots like 3 feet low , I tried 2 scopes and 3 rings I called pyramid air he suggested buy a weaver windage adjustable rail and a few weaver mounts ,I am waiting for them to come in to see if I can get gun to shoot all scopes maxed up and @ 50 yards it misses a 1 foot target and hit dirt 3 feet low , I am hoping this resolves it or possibly a bent barrel?
Things I would have changed: less noise and scope rings mounted to barrel
What others should know: it is powerful gun shoots 32 grain pellets @ 1200fps with 3000psi wheel maxed , the wheel only adjusts 100fps in this gun , unlike the air airs s510 goes from 930 to 560 fps
Things I liked: After owning Ben. Marauder in .22, AF Condor SS in .22, Gamo Cat .177, the 24 " Condor BH was a pleasant surprise. It is more accurate & more powerful.
Things I would have changed: The thumbhole stock is sharp & cramping for my hand; however, no hand is the same as another.
What others should know: My opinion is personal. But not talking about value alone. I like the fact AF air arms are user flexible, repairable, & easy to mod. Changing the caliber or all of it make it more fun for me.
Things I liked: Power and accuracy are great. On power 10, 43.2 Eunjins are exiting at 915 [email protected] 200bar with a ragged hole at 25yds-30yds opening up around 1/2 inch at 40yds.
Things I would have changed: The crummy trigger shoe being plastic sucks. It really makes an otherwise great looking gun very cheap. Also, the machine work on the threaded barrel gets a big minus from me. Whoever cut the threads apparently didn't look at them to notice that the whole center section is stripped off from balling. At first I wanted to return it but I'm easy going. Also, the "flash hider" is aluminum and has a place for a set screw- but no set screw! Whoever is subcontracting this muzzle work needs a good smack!
What others should know: The trigger is not what I would call crisp. It is a little spongy, but it is a hunting gun not a target gun so it may take I little bit of getting used to. Just be prepared to feel a little creep before the hammer drops. This may get better after it breaks in.
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I am currently in Vietnam .. can you send me products to Vietnam?
Does anyone have the figures for the maximum shots at the minimum power levels along with the chrony velocities for the 0.177? Thanks
What is the real difference between the Ecape and the bounty Hunter. It seems as the BH has a bigger tank and muzzle. Dose the Ecape really make 45fps more.
The Escape does have the smaller tank and it is said that it has a redesigned valve producing a little more power. Other than that they both use the same 24 inch barrel in two calibers only 22 and 25 .The Bounty Hunter looks different because the shroud is longer by 5 inches making the barrel look smaller , but the same barrel is used on both. Then a flash hider is threaded on the end of the barrel ( for looks only does not make it quieter or hide any flash ) With different pellet weights and a reworked valve F.P.S. figures could be 45fps more or less on the Escape ? One thing to remember the Escape is nothing more than a Talon-P with a longer barrel and reworked valve ( same concept ). Check out the Talon SS Airforce shortened the shroud gave it a smaller tank , offered it in 25 caliber only then tweeked the valve and wallah you have the Talon-P, a real thumper on anything it hits. I have all three and really like them. It only goes to prove how flexible these guns are. One is a variation of the other.
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AirForce Condor Bounty Hunter Blue PCP, Spin-Loc with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
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