New models, Kral airguns at IWA

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    weatherby
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    Hey guys, I found some photo’s on my phone of a few Kral models from last IWA show, thought I might as well share them with you :)
    I hope the links work.

    regards, Gijs

     

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    JimNM
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    Sweet!  I am drooling over the Kral guns.  I wish I could get my paws on one.  I am a lefty and have a hard time judging feel from a photo.

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    T3PRanch
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    Have you seen this video. Jim’s friend is using a Kral .17 on some BIG Iguanas!

    Thurmond

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    NMshooter
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    He made some 50+ yard shots!……………with a .177

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    T3PRanch
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    IN the wind! Impressive!

    Thurmond

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    JimNM
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    From what i have read so far, all of the feed back on the Kral product is positive.  I would consider a bullpup if it fit my cheeck and shoulder.  

    The rifles have my interest.  I love the walnut stock and nickle colored  barrel, but i would want to hunt with it and would cover the finish in the end.  I think a .25 will come to live with me this summer.

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    OldCorps
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    “JimNM”From what i have read so far, all of the feed back on the Kral product is positive.  I would consider a bullpup if it fit my cheeck and shoulder.  

    The rifles have my interest.  I love the walnut stock and nickle colored  barrel, but i would want to hunt with it and would cover the finish in the end.  I think a .25 will come to live with me this summer.

    I’ve got the Puncher bullpup in .25 and LOVE it BUT I would think that the cocking lever being all the way back would be awful for leftie. JMHO, sorry!

    Ed
     

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    Willie14228
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    “JimNM”Sweet!  I am drooling over the Kral guns.  I wish I could get my paws on one.  I am a lefty and have a hard time judging feel from a photo.

    Jim I too am left handed and have a puncher mega .177 Walnut stock,  I like it, shoots very well quiet and offers a decent cheek weld, though if I had my choice I would like to build up the crest  as you have to use a high rise scope mount to make room for the magazine and this brings the scope up a little high for fast easy target acquisition.  I am a fairly large guy 6′ 1″ and long armed but the stock still fits and has a good balance allowing for easy off hand shots. / /I have a good lock in when with my right hand about 2″ in front of the air gauge. The guns sweet spot in pressure is just after it hits 150 bar
    The lever still had some smoothing that needed to be done around the edges but it isn’t bad and the trigger has a nice hard stop, trigger break is good but could do with a small amount of polishing if you wanted to take it to that level but only because right a break you can feel just a tiny amount of grit in follow through.
    The cocking lever is far enough forward to allow a lefty to cock easily. I like hefty feeling guns helps settle my old age shakes a bit and the mega fits the bill.
    My only two small complaints is whatever they treated the stock with feels a little oily to the skin and the air meter reading only in bar makes it hard to get a good precise reading on where the gun likes to perform.
    Hope this helps
    P.S PM Me if you want and tell me what part of N.M You live in, I think I will be going to N.M to visit family if your close you are welcome to put some rounds though her
     

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    airgunmonkey
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    Hi guys, I have been reading all the feedback on the Krall Arms, I bought one last October, the Puncher silent bullpup, I must say and confirm what has been said about it, IT’S an AWESOME rifle, straight out of the box, I like so much that 2 weeks after I bought the bullpup evo marine(silver), both synthetic stock, the shot count is very good, my does 40 shots per fill(190 to 130bar) and the PB Silent is shooting at 920fps and the Silver I tuned down to 880fps, 12 shots @ 40mts on 20mm Spiner constantly with JSB’s 18.13gr, they are very accurate, the trigger needs a bit of work as they are a bit creepy and scratchy for my taste, on my silent I had fitted a over the shroud silencer to minimize the bark(not that was too loud) as a lots of my shooting is at my backyard, the silver the barrel is not shrouded and came with a silencer that does a very good job, both are mouse fart quiet, they both in .22cal, here in SA we don’t get them in .25cal, which I heard and read on other forums that they are slightly under powered for that calibre. The .22cal down here are unrestricted and no license required. Overall, for the price, you get are very nice little rifle with all the goodies of the most expensive ones.
    The finish on they are good, nice to shoulder and the synthetic stock is very sturdy.    

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