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Air Arms Galahad, Walnut
The "HR" in "Galahad-HR" that is marked on these rifles stands for H=High Power, R=Regulated.
Manufactured in the United Kingdom with Air Arms state-of-the-art engineering and production technology, the new Galahad PCP air rifle is one of the quietest bullpup air rifles available.
Available in .22 caliber, the carbine version of the Galahad features a compact, ergonomic walnut stock with a finely detailed pistol grip and forearm for ideal shooting comfort. The beautifully crafted walnut stock is ambidextrous and features a highly adjustable buttpad that pivots right or left depending on your preference. For added versatility, spacers can be fitted between the pad and stock to increase length of pull.
Air Arms loaded the Galahad with versatility and user friendly upgrades. With its state-of-the-art regulator, the Galahad offers exceptional shot string consistency in addition to more shots per fill versus a non-regulated PCP airgun. And because every gun offers multiple power settings, you customize the gun to your personal shooting preference based on the target you're shooting at. For shooting at longer ranges, the integrated bubble level helps resolve cant issues, resulting in better accuracy.
The aesthetically pleasing Galahad features a forward mounted cocking lever made from aircraft-grade aluminum at the center of the action, making it especially easy to cock and naturally comfortable. The cocking lever offers you the option of having it on either the right or left-hand side of the action making it fully ambidextrous. Body movement during the shot cycle is reduced allowing you to remain on target better. And, not only does the forward motion cocking design result in enhanced stealth because you don't have to pull away from the rifle to cock it, but it also delivers marked improvements in shot placement.
With the attractive curves and lines of its sporting shape stock, the Galahad stands out from traditional, bulky bullpups. The center of gravity is just to the rear of the pistol grip meaning extra stability when handling the shorter action. And the distinctive shape of the pistol grip provides additional resting options in a compact shooting stance. The Galahad has a two-stage adjustable trigger, built-in pressure gauge, and a soft-touch cheekpiece that each add to shooting versatility and comfort. There is also a short rail under the forend for mounting additional accessories.
For the most sophisticated sporting air rifle loaded with features that ensure power, strength and accuracy, choose the Galahad by Air Arms.
|Max Velocity||890 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||28 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||45|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||188 cc|
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Things I liked: The LOOK! Beautiful design...shoulders effortlessly. "Indoor" quiet, yea, that good. Phenomenal accuracy. Very well balanced.
Things I would have changed: Shave a little off the grip...massive in hand.
What others should know: Ok, now for the ugly...mine came with a loose barrel band (set screws were missing). After 50+ shots the indexing mechanism conked out on me. It wouldn't align pellet with breech hole fully causing the pellet probe to contact pellet skirts thereby damaging them (so long accuracy). Tech at PA offered to send set screws for barrel band...and to fix indexing mechanism (very helpful people there), but I was snake bitten and returned the Galahad and got an Ultimate Sporter instead.
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Do have you have the Galahad in beech wood
Only Walnut and the black Soft Touch
Hello Tyler, I just watched your second video review of the Galahad, and noticed that the first shot group lands to one side of the bullseye, and the second group on low power appears to land on the other side of the bullseye. In my experience, that usually means the pellets are shooting ' loopy' as they spiral down range. Is that what you see happening? Does the impact point change at various pressure settings and ranges? Also have the apparent quality control issues been addressed that other reviewers have brought up? Thanks
This was many months ago so I can't say I remember that clearly. Being a regulated gun, if you are within the working range of the regulator, you're not going to see any major POI change unless you shoot at a different distance, but that is normal. Not sure what QC issues you are referencing? Do you have any example?
What is the shot count from the Galahad Carbine?
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Air Arms Galahad Carbine, REG FAC Walnut Stock with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||890 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||28 ft/lbs|
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