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Kalibrgun Cricket II Tactical .30 + Share n' Compare + AEAC video + RDW!!!

Forums PCP Airguns PCP Airgun – Discussion Kalibrgun Cricket II Tactical .30 + Share n' Compare + AEAC video + RDW!!!

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    Bhunter
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    Should I polish my magazines they seem to not line up with the barrel sometimes 

     

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    looknup
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    Thanks for your review of a pair of very interesting rifles and that new Copperhead Scope.

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    Bhunter

    Should I polish my magazines they seem to not line up with the barrel sometimes 

     

    It appears that Georgia Airguns polishes the perimeter of the magazines.  Perhaps he will chime in here to let us know the benefits.

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    Michael
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    Cowdilly01

    Did the magazine lever annoy you guys?  Or did you get used to it. Seems like it’s a little bit fiddly trying to get the magazine lined up with the retention lever.  Overall though they seems very nicely made. 
    thanks for your reviews. 

    I have seen one of the Kalibrgun guys remove and reinstall a magazine while shouldered. The guy was like Houdini! 

    I will say that the "manual" rotation setting (middle position) has come in handy a few times when I just wanted to load 1 extra pellet without removing the mag.

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    Nathrall
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    Those both look like good guns. Looking to get a new gun soon.

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    Florida_Man
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    I use old and new magazines in my 25. At first I has cycling issues. I diagnosed the problem as some strange leverage / timing

    In the picture below if I cycle normally (not too slow, not too fast) holding the red area I don't get any problems with new or old mags.

    If I get into the yellow area I will get problems. I think it causes the cycle to slow down when I use that area.

    The issue is usually from cycling too slow.

    I can also say after shooting several tins through it the problems has greatly reduced. I can't remember the last time I had a cycling issue now.

     

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    Bhunter
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    I have 2 cricket tactical guns and truly am pleased with therm . I did a little research on my magazine issue and found that in both guns they had 1 area that was slightly flat on the other edge . I installed the magazine in and cycled it with no ammo and found this is what is causing the rough cycling I will straighten it out today and let you guys know if the problem is fixed 

     

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    Michael
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    I just shot our Monthly Shooting Challenge with it!  I did better than expected off a barricade.

    -Michael

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    Michael
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    Forgot to mention that I decided to detune the .22 caliber a bit.  Check out the difference in shot count and accuracy! 🦾

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    kayaker
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    Thanks for the vlog guys  . This question is for Michael, you mentioned about laminated stocks for the cricket II , where might I ask ? TIA

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    Mangoesbroke
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    Pretty sweet

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    Huntmanguru
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    Beautiful airgun very accurate.

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    Genuwine1976
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    Wow what a beautiful gun. I love how compact it is. The tactical yet sleekness of the wood is a win. Keep up the great work reviewing this beauty. 

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    Bhunter
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    Going squirrel hunting today with the.30 cricket ll I know it is over kill but still waiting on amo for my.22 I hope to get some good scope cam footage 

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    Pelletsmasher
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    Those look like some real fun! Thanks for the time and energy telling us about those awesome machines. If you don't need either,  I could really put one to use 💯 %.

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    Bhunter
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    I’ll keep you in mind 

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    Ricochet
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    I enjoyed this format, and the interaction. You both brought good insight to the table, and reminded each other of talking points.  I would like to see yall compare the Argus 60 in 22 to the C2T 60 in 22.  After your comments on the safety, I lean towards the Argus. Argus has truely ambidextrious safety ..That, and i like the Argus magazine system better i think.  It will be touching my cheek, and it looks like the C2T's magazine would require me to break cheek weld to index the mag, where the Argus magazine has rotation internally, allowing a left hand shooter to keep their cheek weld while cocking the gun.  I plan on buying 2 of the exact same gun, just not sure if it will be C2T 60, Argus 60, or Vulcan 3 (700mm).  Those are the 3 i have it narrowed down to tho.  This vlog has brought me some great info, and i appreciate you both for taking the time to do this.

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    Mr.H
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    Amazing how efficient air consumption is, on both the .22 and .30!

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    richleep
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    This looks like an awesome hunting rifle. Would love to take this one out in my woods to anchor a few tree squirrels.

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    Bhunter
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    No scope came footage it was like 19 degrees out I did get 1 fox squirrel 

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