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SPECIAL EDITION High Power FX Impact – 70+ FPE .22

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    atom
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    Airman2020
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    70fpe 22cal nice

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    Glem.Chally
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    With that probe i assume youd need loctite to keep it set once adjusted?  What about the next day when you want to shoot pellets.  Heat to break the loctite,  seems kind of like a pain.

    That same power can be made with a regular ported probe and save the hassle of adjusting the probe.

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    biohazardman
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    Excellent job on the gun and the video thanks much for all you do for the airgun community.

     

    Glem the blue locktight does not need to be heated to break it loose and will usually take several adjustments before it no longer werqs.  Or just drop in yer original probe.

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    jps2486
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    biohazardman

    Excellent job on the gun and the video thanks much for all you do for the airgun community.

     

    Glem the blue locktight does not need to be heated to break it loose and will usually take several adjustments before it no longer werqs.  Or just drop in yer original probe.

    Gee IDK about that.  I used blue Loctite on the probe grub screw and had to warm it up with a heat gun before I could break it loose.

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    Glem.Chally
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    biohazardman

    Excellent job on the gun and the video thanks much for all you do for the airgun community.

     

    Glem the blue locktight does not need to be heated to break it loose and will usually take several adjustments before it no longer werqs.  Or just drop in yer original probe.

    Gee IDK about that.  I used blue Loctite on the probe grub screw and had to warm it up with a heat gun before I could break it loose.

    I have the same experience with blue that it needs heat.  But yeah i didn't think about a second probe for pellets.  If this is someones only impact they would have to buy a second probe to do that.

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    JCD
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    I didn't see it mentioned in the video but I'd be surprised/upset, after all that engineering, if it didn't have a dedicated set screw.

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    jiikuu
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    Blue loctite 243 is thread lock that you can open without heating

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    triggertreat
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    triggertreat
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    I'd be curious to know about the barrel port.  Did he go with dual Huma ports?

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    Scotaty
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    Im actually interested in the 20 moa rail. Would be lovely if they sell it under 100 usd.

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    davidsng
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    This has always been my dream gun's power 70fpe in .22!  I even started moving out a condor at the same power levels.  But, wow $2800 price tag!……I already know I'm going to buy it anyway, eventually.  

    Does anyone know if there are any other guns out there, besides the condor,  with this power?

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    Glem.Chally
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    davidsng

    This has always been my dream gun's power 70fpe in .22!  I even started moving out a condor at the same power levels.  But, wow $2800 price tag!……I already know I'm going to buy it anyway, eventually.  

    Does anyone know if there are any other guns out there, besides the condor,  with this power?

    Ive gotten 75fpe in .22 with my impact.  A regular impact can do this with some work and the right combo of parts for less.

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    DShepard
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    The adjustable pin probe is primarily to tune slug seating depth. This is intended as a dedicated slug gun.

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    lenweber2
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    How about a grub screw with a lead pellet under it to lock the probe. Even different slugs could need different seating depth.

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    Spray1Mark
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    Glem.Chally

    With that probe i assume youd need loctite to keep it set once adjusted?  What about the next day when you want to shoot pellets.  Heat to break the loctite,  seems kind of like a pain.

    That same power can be made with a regular ported probe and save the hassle of adjusting the probe.

    I would have thought the probe would be different on the productions ones, as you say a bit of a pain! I run the Redwolf .22 at 78FPE and it's great!

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    Glem.Chally
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    Glem.Chally

    With that probe i assume youd need loctite to keep it set once adjusted?  What about the next day when you want to shoot pellets.  Heat to break the loctite,  seems kind of like a pain.

    That same power can be made with a regular ported probe and save the hassle of adjusting the probe.

    I would have thought the probe would be different on the productions ones, as you say a bit of a pain! I run the Redwolf .22 at 78FPE and it's great!

    Nice!  How many shots do you get at that power level?  What is the "reg" set at?

    I know these don't have a traditional regulator. 

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    Matt_Dubber
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    The setting can be locked on the probe just by tightening the grub screw on the side that holds the probe in the block. If you put a small piece of weedeater gut beneath the grub screw it will keep pressure but allow you to adjust without loosening.

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    Matt_Dubber
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    Glem, I got about 45 shots shooting 34gr slugs at 960fps. But you will double that quite easily shooting lighter slugs. I just prefer heavy as most of my shots are at long distance or high wind. My drop at 100 meters with a 25m zero is only 2.3 Mils at this setting.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Matt_Dubber

    Glem, I got about 45 shots shooting 34gr slugs at 960fps. But you will double that quite easily shooting lighter slugs. I just prefer heavy as most of my shots are at long distance or high wind. My drop at 100 meters with a 25m zero is only 2.3 Mils at this setting.

    Fantastic, thanks for the update in it having a set screw.  

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