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List Price $1,485.99, Orig.Price $1,299.99 Save $400.00 (30%)
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Ataman M2R Tact Carbine Type 4
The Ataman M2R Type 4 repeater brings shooters knockdown power, versatility and quality build from Russia with love.
Based on the flagship of the Ataman line, the Type 4 has Lothar Walther barrels, match grade triggers and internal regulators that made the M2R pellet rifle a prize among airgunners. The Type 4’s carbine size means it’s easy to maneuver, but its 9.92lb body has the heft you want in a hunting air rifle. The M2R’s 300 BAR (4350 psi) fill pressure is internally regulated for the most mileage possible from your powerplant. Set the adjustable 2-stage trigger to your pull preference for clean breaks.
This M2R variant features an all-weather synthetic stock with an ergonomic pistol grip and soft touch finish. Atop the stock rests the Picatinny/Weaver rail for mounting the high-powered scope this rifle deserves. For storage, the carbine’s adjustable stock can fold sideways to fit in a compact carry case.
The first time you pull the Type 4’s trigger, you’ll see why Ataman has dominated Russian air arms for over a decade.
|Max Velocity||980 fps|
|Cylinder Size||250 cc|
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Things I liked: Quality craftsmanship throughout. Soft touch synthetic stock. Smooth side lever cocking. Feels lighter than specs say and is well balanced at the shoulder. Power and accuracy fantastic! And the match grade trigger out of the box is perfect. A 32 shot string over the crony with AA25.4 pellets had a low of 1067 fps and high of 1098. That avg was 1080 fps. Equates to 66 ft lbs. As far as accuracy for all my hunting air rifles is the ability to shoot the cap off a 5 hr energy shot bottle from 30 yrds. This rifle does it every time with its Lothar Walther barrel. One squirrel has already made the mistake of remaining in the cross hairs of the Discovery scope I mounted.
Things I would have changed: One minor quibble....there is no rotating dust cover or plug for the fill port.
What others should know: This rifle is the best quality PCP out of the 6 I own. PA price of $1099.99 on sale is a fantastic value competing against the FX and Daystate brands. I'm completely satisfied with this purchase. Joseph in Akron, Ohio
Things I liked: This is one solid rifle. I bought it in 25 cal. (refurbished) for a thousand, which was a steal. Would have been worth full price(but Im glad I got the refurb). Could not find one thing wrong with it. Like new condition. Once I found the pellets it liked(JSB Heavies, Polymags and Baracuda Hunter Extremes) I was putting nickel sized holes on target at 50 yards. Havent tested it seriously any farther yet. It is a little loud, but I just threw a Donny FL Ronin on it(worth every penny). It is louder when I pee on a bush now.
Things I would have changed: Despite it being a carbine, this is a heavy gun. I think the product description said it weighs almost ten pounds without the scope. It NEEDS attachments for a sling. It was getting a little tiring carrying it around in the woods for the hour I took it out to play with it. Going to have to drill a hole in the stock for a swivel kit. Hate to do that, but I cant see taking this out in the woods for a whole day with no sling. I also bought a shooting stick.
What others should know: Oh, yah... and the magazine; well built, solid. Cycles well, but... forget using the longer pellets in the magazine. Polymags got caught in the magazine and would not cycle. The JSB Heavies will cylce, but they get caught and I have to fiddle with them. I thought there was something wrong with it until I talked with the manufacturer. Fortunately, the Baracudas are its favorite, and they cycle in the magazine fine. The others I will just have to single load. For a hundred bucks a pop, you would think they would give you a magazine that works well with the longer pellets.
Things I liked: I got the .30 Cal M2R tact carbine in Black. I LOVE this rifle. Having had a few of the higher end Manufacturers all I can say is this is THE BEST quality I have experienced in an Airgun. The Rifle arrived carefully boxed by the manufacturer. Opening the box reveals one beautiful rifle, I literally cannot pick out one flaw in the craftsmanship. Fit and Finish is stellar, the smooth side lever action, the positive click of the magazine into the breech, Gorgeous tactile feel to the grippy Black stock. I was on the fence about the Walnut or the Black, I think I made the right choice, The gun has some heft to it and the Grip of the stock comes in very handy. The folding stock is an engineering marvel!! Positive stops and clicks to three butt extensions positions , and the folding action also is quite positive and locks both extended and folded in. The gun is Gorgeous, POWERFUL! and LOUD!
Things I would have changed: The usual things and annoyances found on many airguns. For the life of me I can't figure out why the Air gauge is at the business end of the rifle. I am quite sure it's the best place for engineering simplicity and cost. The bark coming out of this powerhouse is not backyard friendly in any way whatsoever. I will be getting a screw on silencer and will see if that quiets the muzzle a bit. Did I say it is loud? It is firearm loud.. at least my .30 is. I have my eye on the Walnut Carbine stock that is sold separately. This would be a nice way to swap out the action, into a more traditional form factor, not that I don't love this folding stock !!
What others should know: I snuck in on a fantastic 2 day sale event and stole this .30 cal rifle at $1,199.00, though I wouldn't hesitate to buy it at $1,499.00.
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The piece on the end of the shroud functions to tension the floating barrel. Is there a factory silencer available to replace this componet on the 9mm version
Not factory, but I believe Donny in FL makes one
What is the weight of the gun in .25? Specifications of 7.8 lbs conflict with description of 9.8 lbs. Nearly 10 lbs for a gun without optics is TOO heavy for carrying all day hunting. With a good optic, you are pushing to 12 pounds!
what is the shot count in .30 vs .357?
.30 was getting about 15 shots, .35 did 9-10 from a 300 BAR fill
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Ataman M2R Tact Carbine Type 4 Compact Air Rifle, Black with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||980 fps|