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Kral Puncher Ekinoks PCP, Semi-Auto, Walnut Stock
Blending an elegant Turkish Walnut stock with modern features, the Kral Ekinoks delivers blazing fast semi-auto shooting capability in a beautiful package. Using an air driven semi-automatic operating system, send pellets down range as fast as you can pull the trigger! The reciprocating bolt on the right hand side of the action cycles while shooting, allowing the spring loaded magazine to move from one pellet to the next until empty.
The fully shrouded barrel keeps the noise level tame and the Kral choked and rifled barrel is able to place your shots on target with pinpoint accuracy. The 425cc bottle provides long shot strings, just air it up to 200 BAR (2,900 PSI) and fire away!
The Turkish Walnut stock gives the Ekinoks a touch of class, that makes the rifle look as good as it shoots. It also has a fair bit of adjustability built in with a height adjustable cheek piece that allows you to get a solid cheek weld even when using high scope mounts. You'll find a full picatinny scope mounting rail allowing for the optic of your choice. Packing 20 FPE in .177 caliber and 32 FPE in .22 caliber, the semi-auto Ekinoks is perfect for paper punching or pest elimination.
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Buttplate||Soft rubber recoil pad|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Cylinder Size||500 cc|
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Things I liked: Looks good, turkish walnut is pretty, but had to hand rub oil on it. Not really blue, painted black, but looks good. Shoulder very nice. Trigger was terrible. I took action out of stock to adjust trigger, pins started falling out and parts fell on the ground! Got all the parts and pins back in place and the trigger adjusted and it was better, but not good. Shot several different pellets; no accuracy. My wife brought home from WalMart Crossman 10.6 gr. copper pellets. Shoots 14 pellets under a dime at 25 yards. That is pretty good. I am happy now!
Things I would have changed: Adjustable trigger that could go to ounces and moderator, because this gun is LOUD!
What others should know: Try good pellets.
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!
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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What kind of adapter do i need if i use hill hand pump?
You need the adapter Air Venturi Male Quick-Disconnect, 1/8"... for the fill probe.
Are Kral knight barrel and ekinoks are the same?
No. The barrel of the Ekinoks only fits that model. The knight does not fit the Ekinoks.
I noticed in kral puncher ekinoks manual, the max fill pressure is 250bar ,but in pyramyd air description its 200bar ? which one is correct?Thanks
This is from the manual: Slowly fill the rifle to a MAXIMUM of 200 bar (approximately 2,900 psi) pressure (fig. 3).
Kral Puncher Ekinoks PCP, Semi-Auto, Walnut Stock, .177 cal
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|