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    what a prize!
    $1810.00

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    Good review as usual Steve. I’ve had my eye on this gun since it was released, mainly because a lot of people said incredible things about it, and now thanks to AEAC I can confirm that.

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    155.37

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    Beautiful gun and it shoots lights out!

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    $1521

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    I love these contests! That is a sweet PCP! And even more with some custom barrel liner and some Niels ammo, such as the recent video of Matt from AirArmsHuntingSA posted, a real hunting machine and a beauty too! Thanks for your effort in these reviews Steve! A-W-E-S-O-M-E gun, A-W-E-S-O-M-E video! ​ 

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    $940.86 

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    Excellent video. I appreciate everything and all the quality that it’s put into the videos, also the accuracy testing is unique to any other channel. As for the streamline it’s a very nice rifle, light, powerful and accurate. A hunting machine and overall a great airgun

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    I’ve always preferred accuracy over power, but this gun is just soo powerful that I think it would be a very nice medium game gun. Also, I think a 70fpe .22 will be better than a 70fpe .25 because as one of Matt’s recent videos showed, due to more weight with a smaller caliber pellet you have a better BC which could make this a very good gun in the field against coyotes and pigs.

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    295 for me!

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    Shorty from the GTA forums made an excel about how to find the right dimensions for a  SSS (short stiff spring) producing the same energy as your OEM long preloaded spring. 

    In my 12 ft/lbs qb79 HPA, using a SSS, I am able to get about 125 shots per fill (regged at 850) starting from 2000 psi, and I have done very little valve work. It is a sweet shooter, in fact I am shooting it right now 😄 Should get loots of pellets

    I also get that hammer noise when uncocked that FX guns get, its simply the hammer without preload moving around

     

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    Hi, pllagunos here, from the GTA forums and enlamira forums, yes indeed they are getting quite a lot of attention in Mexico, a friend of mine has the puncher breaker (walnut) and he paid about $550 for it.

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    The trophy is basically an at44 with a bolt action and different size right?

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    That’s what I call a lucky group, normally I do 1″ groups at 80 meters. And yes I modified the valve to be more efficient and at longer range I only use the most consistent shots (inside 10fps ES), it is actually very easy to mod the valve you just need a chronograph and some 6-32 set screws.

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    Hello Richard, I have a similar tank system but my bleed valve doesn’t work very good, where did you get yours?

    As for my Hatsan, it is an AT44W-10 in .22, my best group was at 80 meters with JSB heavy @900 fps, little to no wind conditions, 5 shots, 3/4″ CTC. I think that if I had an appropriate rest that group could have been slightly bigger than 1/2″.

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    Here is mine

    I am thinking about doing the same but just mildots and windage, or a separate windage card… How do you guys deal with the different wind angles or you just put it @90º and compensate if it is 40º or 30º?

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    If it is going on a springer try something airgun rated such as leapers UTG, Hawke (vantage) or the centerpoint AO. Make sure that the scopes have an adjustable parallax, either AO or SF. If it’s not for a springer take a look at the BSA line of scopes, specially the tactical 6-24×44 which is a special from midway, I have one in my at44 and the optics are super clear, equally clear than a Hawke sidewinder IMO.

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    QB79 .177, tippmann HPA tank, 4 tins of CPUM .177 and some vacations to tune it. I have some pictures, I just don’t know how to attach them.

     

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    Interesting, what gun are you using?

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