Ataman Air Guns

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    deerflyguy
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    I own very many airguns of most all calibers and qualities.

    All except Ataman guns.

    My hangup is that they are made in Russia, or so I have been led to believe?

    It isn't bacause they are expensive, although they are, as I own a few high quality guns that set me back a couple of thousand dollars each, but mainly because I am concerned that parts might become hard to get given political issues that could arise?

    Are there any of you who can comment on the Ataman guns as to quality, accuracy, value, and parts availability?

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    Seth0764
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    I own an Ataman m2r .357 and I like it. Built very well. I mostly get duplicates on the chronograph with SD of 1 or less. As far as accuracy goes, I can shoot  starling and house sparrows at 50 + yards easily. I've only needed parts once and pyramid Air had what I needed

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    Fire_at_will
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    Check out this link to pyramid air, they seem to have parts for Ataman.

    https://www.pyramydair.com/model-schematic/3900

     

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    AirRanger
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    Yeah and now that HUMA makes an adjustable reg for the Ataman line I can finally pick one of these up, because everything I read on the Ataman guns was saying you couldn’t easily adjust the factory reg. Ataman is an extremely high quality Russian made airgun and I can’t believe their not selling more, could be the whole unadjustable reg thing. Now if I could only find one of the M2 Ultra compact carbines in .177cal I’d be all set.

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    donwalk
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    i would like to "try" a Ataman…

     

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