Spa p10 or Kral puncher ??! HELP !!

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    james.dean
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    Hi guys !!

    So.. Christmas is coming and it’s time to ask santa to fulfill my costy passion !! ^^
    So… I l’d love a vulcan but it’s way too expensive. That’s why I thought about asking a bullpup kit for my s510 (from BAR, it’s gorgeous !!) but… For 430 euros, I said to myself… Why not add few bucks and have a proper bullpup ?!
    So…. I came up with that choice, both in .25, spa p10 or Kral puncher…
    Now.. We don’t have much Intel about these rifles so.. Can anyone who owns or know these pups, tell me everything I have to know about them and which one you’d choose considering I’m used to AA quality and accuracy.. I’m shooting at 100+ yards, grouping in a big inch at these distance… So I’m looking for an accurate, reliable, consistant pup… (And, as we can choose which barrel we want on the Kral, which one would you take: CZ match choked (80 euros) or Lothar Walter match choked (185 euros) ??

    Thanks for your help !!!

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    ajmal
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    got no reply, buddy? i am interested in the same question.

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    Dairyboy
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    If you can pick barrels I’ve been very happy with CZ barreled airguns some of the best I’ve used. LWs are usually very very good as well but for the price I’d go with CZ

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    spysir
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    Folks are not ignoring you just not too many snowpeak/SPA rigs around and it seems Kral suffered a lack of support in the U.S so not so many of thosee.

    The same manufacturer is happy to stamp the Beef & Barley Company if you meet the minimum ordered, and has a lot of “extra” option.
    A regulator is one example. Buy the correct named branded one it will have a reg, or it might not. Some are said to have TI air tubes ( $$$ ) others not.

    I believe ( just from reading the Internet ) the Kral’s fatal flaw was just the cocking arm breaking???    And someone makes a better arm to replace it, then they are okay????

    I have been inside 1  P10 but did not fire it. The machining inside was very well executed/finished , usually a good sing.

    Can you test fire first?  Other airgunners near you? Any other options on your list people may have seen more of?

    John

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    I own a Kral and also make the replacement levers for them, and I’d go with the P10. The ergonomics of the Kral  stock are great, but that’s about it. I have an SPA pistol and I was impressed with the machining and accuracy, but I’ve read their guns can be hit and miss. The bolt at the rear of the P10 looks like it might be a pain though. Mrodair has the P15(side lever) for $599.

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    Siscakidd
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    I too own a Kral and my advice if you decide to get one is to buy it from thammer already upgraded with his valve set up,had him do mine and it’s a sweet little gun,have not had a chance to shoot it much at 100yds but it shoots as good as my wildcat at 50yds I have turned it into a project gun.

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