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    I have a M2 ultra carbine. The trigger I see not a two stage trigger, but a single stage trigger with a great deal of adjustment. You will never get a “bump” between stages. The lower long pointy component is spring loaded at the back and never creeps the sear.  Your hair trigger can be achieved by adjusting the upper right screw which moves the whole trigger block and the screw right behind the trigger which engages the pointer.

    your fix isolated the pointer independent of the trigger, thus making a two stage trigger.

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    I am always lurkin!

    i own an Air Arms S410 sidelever.  My suggestion within n this post is go .22 caliber!

    it will give you more accuracy than .177

     

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    Is that the clear sulifan removable piece that protects the plastic lense during shipping??? My new gauge in the box had that very item that once peeled offf, revealed the true beauty.

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    I walked your same path. Game Whisper mk1 for a weekend until the scope crosshairs wire broke. The barrel flexed as I cocked it. The TWANG.Trigger sub-standard..

    Then went RWS 34. Never missed that Gamo.  Impress your buddy. Let him shoot your new gun that is better than his. -subjective opinion.  Find a price point that is comfortable, and buy better.  I still get out my 34 panther pro compact and enjoy even though I have 5 high end PCPs. This sport/hobby consumes you. Leap forward a few steps and look RWS, Beeman/Weihrauch, Walther, FSB sport, and many other springer brands. By the way, welcome!

     

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    Ataman M2R Carbine Ultra Compact Air Rifle, Black

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    Ataman M2R Carbine Ultra Compact Air Rifle, Black

     

     

     

     

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    I have a tequila induced hole in MY laundry room. Drywall from a .25 cal at 47 fpe. Thank goodness I have brick veneer on the outside of the house and no utilitiies in the wall cavity around the “mistake” 

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    Did the same thing. But only ment to lube the sliding sled.  Blowback was the result as the lock holds the bolt closed during the firing cycle. I had to  swab the hook looking thing with a pellet patch.  The grab levers actually pivot to disengage the lock when you cock the gun.  When over lubed, the sear of the lock just slides apart. I thought it was a breach o ring at first.

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    The “Elite” valve I believe is the item that is being referred.  If all these ideas fail to impress. An enlarged transfer port my be in order.
    My Royale was a MK1 and was one of the first to get the Regulator added. I wanted 50ft pounds of energy. AOA called Frederick in Sweden and he coached them through the upgrade.  Needless to say, they started charging more money to do the job after my gun was completed for others.
    I shoot mine now at 900 fps 25 grain JSB. The recoil and muzzle flip and noise is way less.  Not as hold sensitive either.

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    “Terryb00”Gorgeous stock on your new R5M!
    I’m on the list for a standard too. Sold the R3M Short, moving up.
    Have you shot it enough to say whether the cocking lever is big enough, or out far enough for your liking?

    
It functions easier than my Vulcan tactic did with the sliding side bolt.
    the R5M little flip knobs on the cocking action are nice on the fingers.  It is not Colibri side bolt easy, but that gun is a .22.  After a long session with my Colibri even my finger will be sore where the bolt lever hits my finger. I even have construction worker hands, but the Edgun bolt levers are nice.

    Far out enough is subjective. My Vulcan Tactic got the OEM side lever upgrade and is is soooo sweet.  That would be an engineering feat for Ed to put cocking levers on both sides after the fact.  The Vulcan sidelever uses a hinge to increase leverage, not just making the lever longer on a sliding action.

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Recorded rabbit distress calls.  The “squealing”
    attracts them like ants at a picnic.
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    I usually let the wind/weather forecast direct my Airgun addiction. 
    But then on off days, I am on the forumns☹️

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    Here here! My Colibri with MTC Viper connect is only getting pryed out of my cold dead hand!

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    I just want that fully shrouded an “short” barrel for my 47″
    Royal 500!
     

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    Yes, I USED to think my Air Arms S410 side lever was supreme leader, until the Ataman came into my hands.  That satisfying click may be from the magazine cycling though.  It has no click when it is empty.  I put slick 50 spray on the barrel/rod and lever linkage of all my guns.  never gritty.

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    Holy SH!T. Ouch. I shot the weather stripping on my nice car’s window with my Colibri, but you and I are the only ones who will ever know. And the stupid crow got away. And the coach light by my side door with same gun. Had to patch it before wife saw.

    sometimes short guns are not good! 

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    Nice shooting Cliff. I have embraced my 500 Royale’s accuracy since the first day.  Need to give it some more love. 
     

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    Very nice wood Zebra. I have followed your journey with all three Compact carbines!  MY hope of winning the contest, not you forced me to actually purchase this gun- marketing job DONE!

    My backyard is 10 acres, so I like a quiet gun for me behind the trigger, but the neighbors will never complain.  One time my one neighbor thought “I” was shooting, but it was my other neighbor with power burners. Sometimes FULL auto.  I can’t even believe anyone thought it was little old me.

    To bring some clarity to this post, my Ataman was at about 28 FPE originally.  30 was not accurate. To adjust the hammer spring tension, I had to remove the foldable butt stock from the action.  The screw is exposed to turn left to reduce or right to increase power. I have mine all the way left to get 25 FPE. Any less power and I have to degas the gun, take the tube off and turn the regulator down.  I will stand pat for now.

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    NMshooter-
    Just did a little test for you an hour ago.
    filled gun to 250 bar.

    250-210 1st 10 shot magazine
    210-180 2nd
    180-150 3rd
    150-120 4th
     
    Now filling the gun in a warm house, and putting it out a window with 30 degree weather probably dropped that first string’s pressure down a little. 
     
    The gun falls of the reg at 115 bar, so I could have gotten a few more shots on the fifth magazine.

    In addition, the gun is touted as having a 300 bar fill. I imagine you could get another 10+ shots if you filled it in this manner. I think I put 300 bar in it once before when it was set at 30 FPE.
     
    I store all my guns at 200 bar on their gauge so I can monitor for leaks across the herd. When at 30 FPE, I could only get ONE magazine shot off before I had to refill the gun. Now I can get two from 200 bar easily.

     

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    I do not need another .22 cal., but have always wanted a Daystate. 

    Nice shooting!

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