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    1shot1kill56
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    Check out thier m24 shooting 475 yards. They also have the best slugs .They are cnc machined .youtube search airgun regulator. Then click on altaros.

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    mercado
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    I was interested in the first gen…that never came out that were supposed to be shooting   61g boat tail spitzers..what they will finally ar going to release..in simply not interested..

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    1shot1kill56
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    The bc on their new slugs that are cnc machined . Are supposedly much more accurate. That  new gun shoots 1500 yards pretty good, watch the video

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    Long_Gun_Dallas
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    From what I've seen, and I could be wrong…  The gun operates like an air cartridge, but it seems you have to fill the gun for every shot or shoot tethered?  Someone please correct me if wrong. 

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    Centercut
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    Most accurate factory Airgun in the world?  Good one. LOL.  ;)

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    1shot1kill56
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    They use a cartridge its the size of a 300 mag case . You fill the cartridge with them same amount of air thanks to the filling station with reg. Then you put your slug in the end of the cartridge. Air ordance guns funtioned the same way.At 475 yards you  see the hitting the same spot ,lower right corner of the target.

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    1shot1kill56
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    Were talking not about functionality were talking accuracy.This is simple exact same puff of air. plus there cnc slug of exact wieght and diameter.They hold extreme  tolerences equals consistent shot speed and accuracy.

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    1shot1kill56
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    Ok CENTERCUT what do you think is the most accurate gun .Lets say at 200 yards that m 24 is sub moa at 200. So enlighten use. Your part of the stupid comment crew.so come on .

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    1shot1kill56
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    Lets go one step further so you understand CENTERCUT.Not only is it the exact pressure everytime but the exact same volume.Something no other gun can do is the exact same volume of air .Everytime anyone makes a dumb comment i will beat you down with it.

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    1shot1kill56
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    Well come on centercut . What is the most accurate 200 yard gun in your opinion.Nobodys going to belittle you for your opinion. Come on people are seeing this.

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    6600
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    Jeez brother Chill,…people sometimes step away from the computer.

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    Centercut
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    You go boy. Thank you. May I have another? Please define your version of accuracy.  Sub MOA at 200?  Like for real on paper, or shooting into the mud?  I’ve seen neither…  Strange, I didn’t see you at RMAC or EBR this year…  

     

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    Centercut
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    That cartridge idea is pretty cool. The concept is interesting   Kinda like a rail gun where single shots are made a good time apart. Interesting. 

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    Centercut
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    And since you insist, I’ll answer your question.

    The most accurate PROVEN IN COMPETITION Airgun in the world is the custom Thomas that Mike Niksch shot at the N50 Nationals this year, and beat a handful of high end .custom 22 Rimfires. Feel better now Wolfgang?

    https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/a-historical-first-in-the-airgun-world/?referrer=1

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    Glem.Chally
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    1shot is the guy that says the "oring locks onto the valve rod on the impact"  talk about a stupid comment.  Sheesh.

    Oring locking onto a smooth steel shaft to be clear.  His dim-witted fans lapped it up.

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    theotherpursuit
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    I gotta say that I usually root for the underdog in most cases, but I am erring on the populous side here. No, I am not referring to the air rifle of topic. Although this concept has been in practice for a while now. Brocock had a similar design albeit not on steroids like the subject mentioned in this post.

    I am referring to you 1shot1kill56. Tone is everything with regards to communication on the web, email, etc. I saw some of the others not playing nice with you in some of your other posts. I’m not necessarily trying to call you out here, but why all the gruff? You don’t need to prove your hypothesis to us. Be content with your own opinions. I am not arguing that you are correct or not, but who really cares.. you do, and be happy with that alone. If others partake in your enjoyment, great. But, its not the end of the world if no one cares.

    I have been involved with “adult” air rifles and forums going on twenty years now. A lot has changed and things which were uncool a decade ago are in just about every airgun today (e.g. – regulators). What goes around comes around. My point here is to try to be less confrontational, you’ll make more friends, and you may benefit in one way, or another as a result.

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    Corvid_hunter
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    1shot, 1miss.

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    6600
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    Minute of muddy bank ?

     

     

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    Hobbyman2007
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    Second vote for the Thomas. The Altaros gun it quite interesting , there’s unfortunately not a lot of info out there on it. Do we know if you can load a magazine full of these bullets and have a multi shot rifle? 

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    ctshooter
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    This is so entertaining. Quoting a bunch of stuff right off the Altaros website like it is gospel. And not even new information – this is like 2 years old. 

    I've ordered and shot the .22 Altaros slugs and they are pretty impressive. According Strelok they only lost 6 fpe from 54 to 48 at 100 yards. I gotta be honest, I don't hunt and I'll probably be sticking with round nose slugs from now on – they are damn accurate and that BC – wow. 

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