Watch & Discuss the Airforce Condor SS!

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    Michael
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    Watch AEAC’s video review of the AirForce Condor SS 

    Follow this LINK for your chance to win  (do not post your guess in this thread)

    To discuss the video review feel free to comment below

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    Matt247365
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    That thing is a hammer! I wasn’t aware that .22 PCP could go to 70 FPE. Nice.

    Matt

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    Tony.fryery
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    It would really benefit from a top hat spacer and rubber o-ring to slow the rifle down enough to make it super accurate. I have a .25 condor and it’s shooting ragged hole groups at 50 yards with the king heavy’s at 880 fps. Till I did the top hat spacer from talon tunes and the o-ring, she was shooting them 950 plus on power wheel zero.

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    JasonW
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    I’m pretty surprised by the power.  Nice looking gun while still being somewhat compact.   Steve always does a nice job with his reviews.

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    LIVIT
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    Sheesh 70fpe ! that’s more FPE than the recurve bows we were using when I first started archery hunting. One of these would be fun to use for our coyote problem.

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    just.neil
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    Great video! The adjustable power is great and would be fun to learn. I agree that’s a lot of power for .22 and over kill for the Sparrow’s I shoot lol. Would love to get my hands on this thing. Good luck to all of you

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    LIVIT
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    Neil there wouldn’t be much sparrow left to feed Garfield :)

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    Gumby31
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    Nice review, no nonsense,I would be proud to have one in my arsenal!!

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    45Bravo
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    In some ways the spin lock tanks were an upgrade(gauge and fill port) 

    in others, it was a step back, the older design didn’t need a wrench to remove the tank. 

    These things are truly a hammer.

    they are listed on airforc’s site as a utility air gun. But they are far more than “utility”

    simple straight through design, the air doesn’t have to make any twist and turns after it leaves the valve..

    looks like a modern Girardoni.
     

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    Stephanie
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    I like the power for that price 734.99! It’s a deal!

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    Grin_Reaver
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    I like the easy accessibility of safety. Would be just the right airgun for dealing with the giant boars near my home that are not even afraid of humans.

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    Pelletpushin
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    Seems to shoot well what are the #s on the sound meter though? Is it quiet enough to not scare game while you reload?

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    Wager
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    I really like the straight through design.

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    SendinSlugs
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    I think the.25 Condor would be more pellet efficient since it’s limited to a few super heavy pellets in .22 caliber, great gun regardless

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    InTheZone
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    Im trying to understand why you wouldn’t purchase a .25 cal to get 70 fpe air rifle.  Wouldn’t the .25 cal be more accurate?  The only advantages I see is cost of pellets and shot count.  Don’t get me wrong, I’d like to win the rifle.

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    jimmymc2900
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    Compaired to my TalonSS that thing is a beast.

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    Willie14228
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    I wonder how it would do with some standard .222 lead slugs. Anyone know what the twist rate is?
    It seams like the walther barrels likes the longer bullets. With the speed and power of the rifle I think some longer rounds may be more accurate and produce a better boilerplate killshots for midsize game.
    There has been a many post about survival Airguns, I would say that this one would fit the bill by the fact that you can carry an extra tank and it can be broke down to a decent size. While at the same time the rifle opens you up to a wider range of game allowing for anything from small game up to medium large (perhaps even a deer) with proper shot placement.
    Some comments have been made about detuning and or kind of a neg about accuracy, I have to disagree. I kind of think of the condor like the Texan, it’s a tool to do a job, I don’t use a framing hammer to hang sheetrock nor a sheetrock hammer to nail framing…. The Condor is a framing hammer made to hit hard and kill and it’s groups are well within acceptable for that task.

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    EdgarMoreno
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    Man, what a perfect hunting air rifle. 70 FPE will definitely do the job !

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    Skinnymitch
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    So glad this comes in .22 I love the Simplicity of it ,I really like the fact that they took the time to put the gun together the way we would want it not the way they think we would want it, love the versatility of the power wheel it’s really missing nothing I’m surprised at how well the.22 pellets perform in The Condor SS app the high FPS and it really confirms for me that jsb brand pellets and Affiliated brands work well in most guns . you can pretty much guarantee one of their brands are going to work good in your PCP. Also I like that with Air Force you can put together a whole package from one place with( their) Scopes and mounts excetera and you know all your accessories are going to fit tight and secure the CondorSS as far as I’m concerned it’s a must have in Your Arsenal and if the Condor isn’t for you Air Force definitely has one you’re going to like definitely check out their website before you decide on your next purchase

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    neilbraga
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    Woah! amazing! its powerful, very silent, very accurate and simply sexy design. I mean this is it, a perfect hunting airgun and its a 22!!!! what!? . This is perfect for noise sensitive games an ideal gun for stalking and ambushing game animals. This is it.. I want this one for my first airgun ever.. My heart is beating at 300 beats per second. I really hope i can win this one. :)   

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