Watch & Discuss the Airforce Condor SS!

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    Galiher05
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    Nice review

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    SilentReign
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    Hi Steve and friends, the Condor SS looks like a sniper and man does that thing hit hard… Do you know if there are regulators for it? Oh, and my number is 555.

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    cihoju
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    sweet review like always. i have an escape in.22 and with  JSB Diabolo exact jumbo heavy 18.13gr  power wheel set on 5  can pretty much shot one big hole at 50yrds. but it a bit on the loud side unshrouded . like how quite it is and size of the tank. in closing a very well built gun would like to add another to my arsenal 
     

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    Killzone
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    I like the simplicity of the design

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    Jpohl
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    Great combination being both lightweight-compact yet still powerful and accurate. Nice review!

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    Swayze80
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    Sounds like a nice hunter! I would like a repeater  magazine  for it . Do they have them?

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    Skinnymitch
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    Only single shot for now everyone’s asking that so I’m sure that they’re going to make one sooner or later

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    K2zb
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    My number is 187

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    SilentReign
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    Does anyone know if the tank is cf?

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    Longbrownbox
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    Very cool looking gun. Would like to have in my collection. Have always liked the clean look. 

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    jamieinmd
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    I love mine. Would never look at a Marauder again.
     

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    jamieinmd
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    I doubt there will be a multi shot version. The base design doesn’t lend itself to a magazine. They certainly not a target gun, but they can be tuned to compete with guns like the FX Royale, Streamline and other higher end PCPs. As for being a field gun, you cant go any better in my opinion. They are rugged, easily serviced and tuned and built like a tank. Only thing to watch closely are the four set screws holding the barrel on. 

    I own a Condor SS and a Talon SS. Both good guns that have earned their place in my safe. 

    Jamie

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    Bowhunter73
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    I’ve had the TalonP but this Condor SS is a power house and I like the fact you can easily adjust the power for whatever can of shooting you want to do.

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    Willie14228
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    SilentReignDoes anyone know if the tank is cf?


    Tanks are not carbon fiber.
    But that is actually a good thing as it balances out the gun

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    draconian
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    Really impressive power for a .22 at a great price with decent accuracy, though i think a .25 would be better for hunting do to the pellet surface area.

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    PaulWI
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    Thing is a beast!

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    GoneShootn
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    I’m looking forward to my first Air Force PCP, and this brute would be perfect!

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    AEAC
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    You put your # guess in the wrong thread buddy.

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    rwsmike
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    Steve, might be the best reviewer to date that I have watched  but one key note on the air force guns is that they  are covered by a life warranty to the original owner….I would love to hear in every review what type of warranty the consumer gets with each gun.  When your talking $1000-$2000 I need to be confident that the product will work and last . My second biggest concern is where in the world will I get my parts for a airgun that is made in another country.

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    Ishkatan
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    I am a bit confused – I thought air guns had a regulator so it did not matter how much air you have in the tank/bottle.  As long as your gauge is in the green it should shoot with the same pressure behind the pellet.

    Are these rifled?

    I’m also wondering if you could use a really heavy pellet / bullet… like take a .22 bullet fired at high power…  ?

     

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