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Caliber: .25" (6.35mm), Stock: Synthetic, Handle: Ambi, AirForce Condor SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank, .25 Cal, Red
|Max Velocity||950 fps|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||490 cc|
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Things I liked: I was in love with this rifle when I first got it. Sexy and powerful and accurate. The breakup was messy....
Things I would have changed: This rifle spent almost an entire year at AirForce repairs. Five separate occasions: two for trigger repair and three for accuracy issues. The shortest wait time was three weeks, but more typical it was three months, and once, four months. The accuracy issues all involved the valve, but never once did they simply swap it out and send it back, but insisted on rebuilding and testing it for many months. They'd ship it back to me and it never worked properly, so we'd go through the whole shebang again. Finally sold the rifle as "non-working" at half price. Roundly defeated by AirForce.
What others should know: If you're experiencing hard-to-pin-down accuracy issues, such as shooting well sometimes and badly at others, and it's not from a dirty barrel or bad pellets, it's very likely a bad valve. I don't know why, but the chronograph will not pick up the problem. My rifle shot erratically while on the chrony it looked stellar, like 2.5 standard deviation. When this rifle grouped well, tuning was not much of an issue--on the few occasions when it worked, it worked easily and well, but I think the overall design is trouble prone. You can see for yourself what looks like a bad valve in action at the AEAC youtube review of the condor ss (while he is perplexed by the poor accuracy he does not suspect a bad valve, though it looks that way to me based on my experience).
Things I liked: This Airforce Condor SS it a great product of USA. Pretty good air rifle that I never met before. I love it.
Things I liked: The red is really nice , I got the .22 cal Powerful shot the 11.9 grain rws hobby at 1160 fps on the 10 for 10 chrony . lightweight and killer accurate !! At first it was louder than I expected but that changed after shooting it more n more . Also shorter than I expected cool
Things I would have changed: Absoltely nothing ..maybe air force can make a really nice clip fed one
What others should know: Go with a condor ss in red
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With the Condor SS 18" barrel, if I want to get higher fps, can I just remove the suppressors inside the shroud and leave the shroud open (not returning the end cap of the shroud). Won't this affect the accuracy? Thank you.
Removing the baffles would not change the velocity with any significance. If you can't get more out of the gun via the hammer spring adjustment then you'd have to go to a longer barrel.
Condor SS and Talon both have 18" barrels which respectively rate 22 Cal at 1100 & 950 fps, one must be wrong? If not what accounts for the difference?
Actuallthe talon only has a 12 inch barrel, always has...
They use different valves. The Condor SS valve has a higher flow than the Talon valve, which is where the velocity difference comes from.
Noise level, medium to high. The sound loc does not sound as if it is very effective?
Coupled with an after market moderator like my Talon-P has it is possible to improve on the noise level stats . Quiets the bark effectively , but still not silent , backyard friendly though and is compatible with sound-loc .
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AirForce Condor SS PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc, Red with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||950 fps|
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