Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Septicdeath, Sep 17, 2021.
I immediately found ammo and ordered 1000 rounds.
It was VERY sensitive about the ammo, and if the tiniest piece was missing off the bullet, it would cause all kinds of flyers.
The ammo always had issues...so I sent it down the road.
Is it just the typical sound of a springer air rifle, or is there a crack from the bullet itself?
This is what you call a good friend.
A very good friend would have brought ammo...... Just sayin'.
Buddy of mine has one it is a lot of fun to shoot. I had no idea that these were made. Good buddy of yours. He’s a photo of the one I shot.
Pretty quiet, maybe 22 short from a rifle. The range I was at was indoors. Accuracy was ok on his. I didn’t have my chrony and don’t know about fps. Recoil is kinda weird. The most important this is it was fun to shoot.
Thanks for the link. It was a good article on how this rifle functioned. Depending on the noise, this might be a good one for getting rid of 4-legged vermin.
I would have thought the price for ammunition by now would have demanded scalper's prices... but only $110/1000? Just wow.
Yeah, I can't have nice things because I "wonder" too much.
Heres how the airgun part of the gun works. Dont think dieseling would be a problem.
had (tweeking thieves ) the throat was nearly square and the first part of the bore was rough. A bit of JB's would have helped accuracy quite a bit.
And nothing in principle limits it to .22caliber.
had to quit. The ATF caught wind and said they either got a manufacturers license or drop the project.
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