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    Altaros M24 is 1000 $ how see in some net pages.But it is really big gun not like bullpups and only have 22 cal not in 25 but very power 60 FPE.But not yet come in sales.Now is the rifle is to be presented at a German fair. Nobody know when is be in sale sure.In net have review.This gun have world record long range shoting now 1400 yards.Really long for riffle.Write that he can because great regulator probbably best in the world.

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    That record was shot with completely different m24 than sale version will be. Almost double the fpe, different alot bigger bullet with alot better bc that wont me comercially available and also different barrel with alot faster twist rate. 

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    Next one will be Hyperior STX liner shooting everything from peanut butter and jelly to cones! 

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    Damn thats really awesome looking raptor.  Wish I could get one 😥

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    Tested how massive brake like this spreads pressure and how much there actually is left at the muzzle. Wrapped like 20layers of paper around it and fired and this is the end result. Seems its actually doing alot of work on killing recoil and spreading that extra air away from bullet. 

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    100meters both my 257 & 224 just punching paper at 100m and + since hunting is illeagle with airguns in here. 

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    Yeah its insanely crazy expensive chunk of waterpipe with glampping wheel rifling seeing you can actually buy shilen match grade hand lapped barrel and have it machined to fit for same money lol. 

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    Yeah its not that much of an issue with accuracy im worried about its just all my silencers are 1/2" unf with an exception spa barrel being 14x1mm and I dont really want to thread that barrel to neather one. 

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    Some testing ahead and hope it dose not effect accuracy badly. 

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    Since finding fitting muzzle brake for my texan without threading barrel or using adapter proved to be challenging I decided to make my own. Sadly milling machine that is the only one I have access to is rather terrible and lose it was quite challenge to make but I kinda like how it turned out.

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    That is one cool build! Been considering 172cal too but Im kinda sitting back due really limited ammount of molds available and with my luck none of them would work lol. 

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    Thanks :) will deliver it to one youtube content creator as soon as I get it to perform at level Im happy with :) 

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    New oversize bolthandle design. Cant wait till summer starts and I can actually shoot this thing. 

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    Fxnation hell yea

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    Yep I agree.. Harmonics and operation pressure are in favour of RF.. Alltho comparing pressures is not that simple in pcp you can control your valve openingtime and therefore increase ammount of pressure that stays behind bullet and is somewhat constant. If we would like to compare them fully we would need to have airgun with dump valve and even so the air volume is superior compared to RF volume of expanding gas so airgun actually benefits from longer barrel where RF "gaps" with barrel lenght at 15" or so? Alltho that long barrel required to reach decent power with air also works against it by increasing barreltime and therefor hold sensitivity.

    I agree that hammerstrike needed to open valve is massive harmonics loss but there is also ways to work around it by different type of valve designs. Also there is some guns that you get pretty linear flow of air behind the projectile and that is AF type guns (even so air must move around in valve stem) but atleast its released dirrectly from behind.

    I dont really know about regulated guns Iv always considered them to be useless since we are not allowed to hunt in here so we just punch paper with externally regulated guns. 

    There might actually be one comercial 22cal airgun in market really soon that might give run for the money for normal RF rifles you can buy. That is Altaros M24. Im not sure how it operates but if numbers are correct its 0.1m/s std from shot to shot and there is special bullet for it from same company that is actually machined and not swaged or cast so it should have superior consistency too and also promised 0.15 G1 BC. Also way the gun looks like (dont take my word for it since I really dont know) that 12cc plenum might be part of the bolt structure so it probably apply pressure dirrectly from behind. 

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    Yep I know how well good rimfire can perform. My point was that in theory you can use similiar projectile with similiar bc and drive them in same speeds while air vs rimfire you can get alot better ES with air so in theory you should be able to build better RF like gun powered with air. Projectile dose not really know if its driven by air, helium or burning gas and if you can match all other factors but limit ES down to alot smaller than any match ammo in RF can offer that should equal better groups as long as all other quality factors are same. I think generally the main reason why airguns are so far behind is the fact that there is no decent standardization and build quality lacks, barrels are hold by set screws etc.

    But like Azuaro said he aint interested about that just what current mass produced airguns can do. Yep I do agree with him fully atm there is no such FX, Daystate, Brocock or w/e that could beat even half decent rimfire shooting with quality ammo.

    Azuaro nice to see that you are Lapua fan. I actually know guy who dose some prototype stuff for Lapua since its finnish company. 

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    Problem with most "sub moa" shooters is that they once shoot 3shot "group" under inch at 100y and call it sub moa and many dont get how massive the difference is between 3-5 and 10shot groups and how delusional you get if you only shoot 3shot groups and even cherrypick from them. If you want to find some serious 100meter indoor airgunshooting you need to check what they are doing in Netherlands Im fairly sure they are best in the world in what they are doing there. 

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    You would like to see 22rf vs 22airgun? I know one that have shilen matchgrade barrel etc but this is pointless discussion. If we only consider ballistics you can beat 22RF with 22airgun ( fact). You can have 22airgun pushing 150+fpe (fact) without going supersonic. You can have better ES with airgun than RF (fact). So on paper its really clear you can have 22airgun go neck to neck against 22rf and hopefully we have time to do that at summer.. We have my spa m10 with 222rem lw barrel and my buddy have pretty decent tikka t1x 22lr with 16"barrel. Only thing Im sure we both can agree is that RF will surely beat any comercially available airgun in same caliber if we leave beamounts and drummen sinners out.

    Also cf vs airgun is just stupid to even compare. Supersonic ballistics vs subsonic dont really go that well against each other unless you scale it with drop and drifts. Like 22rf at 300 vs 308win at 1000 are prettymuch on same level with drop and drift. We could also compare 308 caliber with sf subsonic loads against 308airgun but hey now we are back to square one except 308cf will have better ballistics.

    But like iv said before I have not seen true sub moa 100y airgun but I havent seen true sub moa 22lr eather (if we are talking about shooting outside with true world wind conditions) ballistic wise that is just impossible. 

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    We have reached the .22 RF in power and velocity (don't let liberal politicians know this we don't want airgun control), we can get similar energies and the only advantage I see in the RF over air is the better BC, but the RF will beat us every time when we leave the sweet spot distance of the airgun.           

    So are you speaking generally about FX type and mass produced airguns with sub .220 size barrel? There is alot of casts you can get that will exceed BC number of any comercially available RF ammo as long as you want to spend your Impact money on guns like these https://www.drummencustomguns.com/en/223/36-dz-sinner-223.html

    There is no such thing RF can do that airgun couldnt do if you are willing to step outside of a norm. 

    We have ppl shooting custom 22 airguns in this country using even 80gr bullets.

    This guy also have fairly interesting blog about LW 223rem 12" tr barreled airforce escape:

    http://www.nballistics.com/blog/?p=423

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    Only use blue or green. Always unless your planning on a blow torch to remove it.

    Bad advice.. Green loctite 648 is high strenght used on purposes that are never meant to open never use it. 

    There are multiple green loctites….  for example, 648 and 680 are retaining compounds designed for slip fit cylindrical connections, for example great for installing permanent barrel sleeves and thimbles.  I frequently use 680 for these purposes.  Green threadlocker such as 620 is a medium strength wicking/penetrating thread locker for use on already installed threaded fasteners,….

    In some cases there's more to Loctite specs than simply the color.  Different numbers for different specs/applications.

    Some folks routinely and successfully use loctite outside of the manufacturers intended purposes  For example, I frequently use 518 as a sort of bandaid when dealing with less than ideal sealing surfaces….If you have a leaky barrel due to a loose fitting breech, lather it up with 518, it will likely seal.

    Yep thats exactly why people who recomend some glue from loctite should say product number instead of color. There is unbreakable glues atleast as two colors green and red and if some poor fellow uses 648 for aluminium finethreaded shroud its prettymuch ruined or permanently "welded" atleast since its even really heat resistant. 

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    Looks good man! Nice! 

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