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    griffwar
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    I just stepped into the pcp world, I have a Condor SS on order. I would like to hear any thought’s any of you might have on it. I watched some U-Tube reviews and they are all pretty poitive.

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    griffwar
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    No one?

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    Welcome griffwar. I can’t offer an opinion on the condor as I never owned or shot one. I’m sure someone who has will chime in sometime today. Maybe after work or school . Again… welcome to AGN

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    ztirffritz
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    Welcome!

    There are plenty of users here with various Air Force guns.  I’m sure once you have your gun in hand you’ll have some specific questions and you’ll get more of a response.  By all accounts, they’re good guns though.  I’ve never touched one, but would love the opportunity.  Make sure to put yourself on our map so you can connect with nearby shooters:

    https://www.zeemaps.com/airgun_nation

    Select ‘Additions’ from the menu and then ‘Add Marker – Simple’.

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    rwsmike
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    If you arnt trying to pump the condor and have a tank/ compressor then you should really like it . I had a ss 25 and traded it which I regretted so I bought another one :)

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    1kshooter
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    Welcome to the group it’s a great place to learn and share hope you enjoy it as much as I have!
    Jonathan Ontario Canada

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    APerfectMiss
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    You will like the Condor SS. I had one in .22 and loved the versatility in the gun. If you like to tinker then you’ve found your gun. Read as much as you can about the gun once you get it. There are a TON of simple adjustments and upgrades you can do which make the gun more accurate and consistent. I really thought of using mine as a door stop when I first got it but once I started doing some work to it, it became an obsession. I have since moved into other brands and had to sell my ss to fund those, but I do wish I still had my condor ss during certain excursions. Welcome to the dark side of airguns :). 

    A side note; make sure to keep all you receipts and what not from when and where you purchased. Get with AirForce and register with them as soon as possible. They have excellent customer service and do everything they can to keep you as a customer. I will say that is one thing that will bring me back to an AirForce air gun in the future. 

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    Cliff_Allen
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    Never owned an Air Force but welcome aboard! 

    Regards,
    Cliff

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    griffwar
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    I decided to spend a little more money and canceled the Condor order and went with Air Arms SS510. It’s tough not being able to fondle them first to see how they feel, but I will take My chances!! I will be using the Hill Pump MK4, according to the map the closest fill station is 3 hours away from Me. So if I want to shoot it will be filled by the pump until I can afford a electric pump, next years tax return! lol Now to watch some you-tube reviews and I would really be thankful for any info you guy’s can add about the SS510. 

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    1kshooter
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    Congrats from the reviews I have seen it is a great first gun and you are going to love your journey with it!
    Jonathan

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    KzooRichie
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    I have a Condor which I like a lot (after putting extra $ in it). Having shot a few Air Arms IMO you made the right call.  For what I have in mine I would have bought a Cricket which I like slightly more than AA.  After owning the Condor I learned that changing calibers and power does nothing for me, AND I’m stuck with lousy ergonomics.  

     

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    james.dean
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    I’ve had my air arms for more than 2 years now and I’ve always used a hill pump to full the rifle up to 200 bars… Unless you’re a pu**y ^^ you can live with it mate, it’ll make your daily arms workout !! ^^
    If you have any question about this rifle.. Just ask !! I’ll be happy to answer =)

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    Turboken77
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    condor is the best bang for the buck!!!  100yd shots all day!

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    Oregun
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    Welcome to the forum!

    I have 4 AF guns ….  yup, I’m addicted to the dark-side and dig my Airforce collection.   I have a Talon SS, Talondor and 2 Condors ….  all barrel sizes and various mods.  My suggestion is to shoot and enjoy the SS “as is” no modifications for awhile.  You’ll get good performance right out of the box!  After that, check with the guys at TAG forum, you ‘ll find a wealth of AF info!!!  

    Currently, I’m shooting my new toy, FX Wildcat .25.   Crazy cool gun!  But I’ll aways have a AF gun or two in my arsenal!!  Enjoy your new gun!!!

     

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    ztirffritz
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    “griffwar”I decided to spend a little more money and canceled the Condor order and went with Air Arms SS510. It’s tough not being able to fondle them first to see how they feel, but I will take My chances!! I will be using the Hill Pump MK4, according to the map the closest fill station is 3 hours away from Me. So if I want to shoot it will be filled by the pump until I can afford a electric pump, next years tax return! lol Now to watch some you-tube reviews and I would really be thankful for any info you guy’s can add about the SS510. 

    
The AGN map doesn’t list very many fill stations.  I have to depend on users to add them.  Crosman has a more comprehensive list here:
    http://www.crosman.com/discover/airguns/pcp-resources/find-a-fill-station

    I add fill stations as I learn about them.

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    scrane
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    “griffwar”I decided to spend a little more money and canceled the Condor order and went with Air Arms SS510. It’s tough not being able to fondle them first to see how they feel, but I will take My chances!! I will be using the Hill Pump MK4, according to the map the closest fill station is 3 hours away from Me. So if I want to shoot it will be filled by the pump until I can afford a electric pump, next years tax return! lol Now to watch some you-tube reviews and I would really be thankful for any info you guy’s can add about the SS510. 

    Good move. The Air Arms 400/500 is the standard for medium powered PCPs. Have fun.

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