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AEAC Video – NEW AirMaks Caiman X .22 Regulated – AEAC Vlog

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    Have a great weekend my friends!

    Steve

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    harrymoreland
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    👍Pass the potato crisps (UK thing, I don't like popcorn)

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    👍Pass the potato crisps (UK thing, I don't like popcorn)

    "chips" potato "chips" lol

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    Microgun
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    Steve what is your take on why air rifles are so much more expensive than powder burners I have only been involved with PCP for about 5 years and I am floored at how expensive most of them are. they are by far my most expensive guns and I own quite a collection

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    bambino709
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    🤠Oh it’s sweet very interestingThe Airmak Oh it’s sweet very interested 🤗

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    Steve what is your take on why air rifles are so much more expensive than powder burners I have only been involved with PCP for about 5 years and I am floored at how expensive most of them are. they are by far my most expensive guns and I own quite a collection

    There's 2 main reasons PCPs are more expensive than powder burners.  They have WAY more moving parts that must be manufactured and assembled to much tighter tolerances, and the volume of finished product is WAY less.  Those few things keep consumer cost high. 

    My airguns are still way less money overall though.  I'm paying $700-$1,000 for 1,000 rounds of 5.56/.223 vs $50 for that many pellets.  Thank goodness for 7.62×39 and .22Lr… those are our go-to practice rounds now, lol.  Even they are like .45 & .18 cents a pop now!  Ugh 

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    fondblanc1
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    Awesome video Steve. Thank goodness for the ammo shortage because it’s opened up the very tinker friendly world of pcp. I have done more shooting this year than I have In the past five years. 
     

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    er1c
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    Awesome review thanks !

    I have to say that i've seen a lot of Airgun Technology touches in those AirMaks ;)

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    Quacker55
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    Nice for  a .22… So many  choices…I am  birthday  looking…and it is already past my birthday…may decide by 4th of  July at this rate… compact, light, quiet is what I desire… something to be used off a bench (when not  target practicing) I am old school, I use a tree to steady  my aim…

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    skup
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    I'm new to this forum , but love your videos Steve. You are the reason I bought my 1st PCP an Air Venturi .22cal which I love. I have not shot my AR or my 9mm carbine since I purchased my PCP.. I wish Benjamin would sponsor you as I'm really interested in a Kratos and would love to hear your thoughts on it. Keep up the great work

     

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    gwbenedict
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    Hey Steve, thanks for the review. You're always so on it with your content. Makes you think where our space as a whole would be if more people were doing it as good as you.

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    jimNCChapelhill
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    Hi Steve,

    Do you think this company will move the action forward on this gun anytime soon?

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    HARLEY01
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    Great looking gun

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