NEW Air Venturi Avenger Regulated PCP – Ultimate Owner/Tuning Guide!!

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    allan_wind
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    JustDaveC

    Looks promising…I have been wanting to get into the PCP airguns and this looks like it could make for a good starter maybe 

     

    Remember to budget & plan for ideally a high pressure (4500 psi / 310 bar) carbon fiber scba tank (carbon fiber is expensive but much lighter to wrangle) and/or compressor.  DOT requires visual inspection (yearly, quick) & hydro (every 5 years, my scuba store send tanks away for that so that's a couple of days turn) of tanks.  Filling at least from empty took a while (between commute, visual inspection of a brand new tank, fill, cool, & top up).

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    Apexhunter
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    I've got my 25 cal on pre order and I'm drooling thinking about getting my hands on it ! I have a 6x20x50 scope a bipod ' a green laser and a thousand Loom flashlight and a sling here for it ! There just looking for a new home ! Lol

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    MikeMKolar
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    What do y'all think?! Well … methinks it's a fabulous idea!!!

     

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    Hotled
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    Well I got my 25 on order but it has been pushed back 2 times now. I’m betting that they don’t have the means to cover the orders.

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    dparsons
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    they say it is covid 19 the shipping is the problem .

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    BOYKILEY
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    So would it be fairly easy to make the plentum larger for this pcp? Is it just tubing that would need to be threaded to extend the plentum?

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    Ironman482
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    4 pages on this owners/ tuning giude ,and nobody even owns one yet,except a few professional reviewers,hope the interest remains after we get them in our hands ,should make for some interesting reading.

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    smbob
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    Love it! Looks like a lot of bang for the buck!

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    JustDaveC
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    Remember to budget & plan for ideally a high pressure (4500 psi / 310 bar) carbon fiber scuba tank (carbon fiber is expensive but much lighter to wrangle) and/or compressor.  DOT requires visual inspection (yearly, quick) & hydro (every 5 years, my scuba store send tanks away for that so that's a couple of days turn) of tanks.  Filling at least from empty took a while (between commute, visual inspection of a brand new tank, fill, cool, & top up).

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    Yes thank you Allan wind I have been following the forum for the last 3/4 months…I bought a RWS 34 classic springer .before the covid shut down and rediscovered the joy of  shooting …Right away i also started discovery just how much air guns have changed since my teenage years back in the early 70's … I have been trying to gather as much info as i can on PCP air guns and I am fully aware of the need to be able to refill the gun. I had a fireman give me a carbon fiber air tank thats still has  a couple of years before it needs to be  hydro tested but the bottle is only rated for 2723 psi ,, bummer yeah I know.. Eventually I would like to get one of the high end PCP guns..

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    juanches
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    The necessity of  a hig (expensive) pressure way to fill the rifle  was exactly my concern.

    I´m thinking to get the avenger as my first pcp, and the the hand pump seems to be my only possible to way to fill. 

    Greetings from Colombia.

    Looking forward to your full review  

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    Bloodman420
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    Any recommendations on my first pcp?

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    bmr4life
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    How low can the reg be set?

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    mobilemail
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    If this gun holds up it will be revolutionary in its price vs performance. That said, I am interested in seeing what people think about the longevity and quality of the regulator and valve. Nobody wants a reg failure that will dump 4k psi on the valve or other internals not made for it.

    Will this gun also be available in .177?

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    gendoc
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    its already sold out in .177 with this batch, i have read….

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    Bloodman420
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    Very true 

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    Sephroth_I_am
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    I'm looking to get into pcp and I've studied the gauntlet  and the fortitude. After watching Steve's vlog I'm super excited to see more of the avenger .22.

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    rafdoria72
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    So far looks good- let's give it some time to see the real thing.

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    wethy
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    Pyramid has now pushed shipping to 9-15   that sucks      maybe it'll get here by xmas?      lol   

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    NickNorthGA
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    wethy

    Pyramid has now pushed shipping to 9-15   that sucks      maybe it'll get here by xmas?      lol   

    PA said if you pre ordered before july 8th they will be shipping out before july 20th. The 9-15 is for people that ordered after july 8th and will receive the second batch. I just checked my account and saw that I pre ordered on June 5th yasss

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    gendoc
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    June 6th here…..

    Any day now…..??

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