WARP COBRA is here!

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    Dairyboy
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    More to come!

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    Matt247365
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    Sweet! What caliber? How are you liking it? 

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    tutuan
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    Dairyboy
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    .22 and .30. Came as a .30 and same hole boring accuracy. Switching to .22 soon and looking forward to how that shoots! Love it so far. Heavy built yet not a heavy gun. Feels great and trigger is phenomenal. Finish is top of the line. Mine has the COBRA regulator which is externally adjustable so very easy to change calibers and tunes.

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    Bizill
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    Looking forward to your thoughts.  The normal fanboi fanfare leaves much to be desired.  I know I can trust your review.

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    Alan
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    I’ve owned a .25 caliber for several months. It is unbelievably accurate. The only issue I have had is a flaky gauge, but I have two special order ones coming from Wika which should be here today. 

    I bet Martin won’t be selling this one anytime soon!

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    “Bizill”Looking forward to your thoughts.  The normal fanboi fanfare leaves much to be desired.  I know I can trust your review.

    
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    jking
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    Watch out Mr.Pigeon the Cobra is about to strike !!! I know Bullfrogs is an accurate gun. Congrats on the new toy.
    jimmy
     

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    dodge3500
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    Gratz man ,she’s a looker.
    Keep us posted on shot count .
    I hope to be ordered mine soon enough.
    Thanks:)

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    mcoulter
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    Awesome!  Can’t wait to hear more about it!

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    BigTinBoat
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    Nice looking gun, but I would feel MUCH safer if the bottle were DOT or ISO certified.

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    Jack.K
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    Nice, looking forward for your detail review 

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    Dirte
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    Nice looking gun! Better get out and shoot some of those evasive doves.

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    dodge3500
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    “BigTinBoat”Nice looking gun, but I would feel MUCH safer if the bottle were DOT or ISO certified.

    
Doesnt bother me in the least little bit as I don’t think any of my hatsans air cylinders were either or my cricket carbine or edgun Matador for that matter.
    I’m sure they all were tested beyond what their suggested fill pressures.
    I actually don’t remember any information on the air cylinders at all really .

    Things that make you go hrmmm.:)

    Sweet airgun the warp is.

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    Thanks guys! Will be getting some more info to you hopefully later today! Haven’t had much time to shoot it at all due to wind and rain which will last until Monday. However have tested both calibers and boring accuracy at 25yds same hole. Really love the feel of it. Will get length and weight of it fully dressed to my needs. Sorry for being slow about it but bad weather also makes my job alot longer.

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    Ok so last night I had some time after work to play with it but was raining so I decided to tear it down pretty much to bear bones besides valve and airtube parts just out of curiosity. Very impressed with everything and how things looked. Great machining! Similar designs to the Mrod being very simple to work on yet upgraded areas for more robust build. Like I do with my Mrods I sprayed some dry graphite in the area where the hammer rides and the bolt area and the cocking is just incredibly smooth and easy especially with the MDS hammer and large bolt handle. The regulator is very easy to adjust as well! Remove the butt stock to change the hammer spring tension which also has a set screw to keep it from moving. From what I’ve seen the regulator also is very consistent but no string as of yet as I need to dial it in for .22 still.

    Weight wise with my SWFA 10×42 scope with Medium SWFA rings and a scope bubble level and an added butt pad and cheek riser it weighs 9.2lbs and add the UTG 360 Recon bipod and bumps it up to 10.5lbs lol never realized how heavy those bipods we’re. So basically same weight as my Mrods and my Taipan standards as well within a few ounces. Length wise how it’s setup for me is 39″ long! Nice and compact with full length equalling 40″ with butt stock fully extended. Mine was ordered with the 16.1″ barrel option.

    I’m planning on finishing tuning on Sunday if all goes well AKA if my wife doesn’t have other plans for my early morning lol

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    “dodge3500”
Doesnt bother me in the least little bit as I don’t think any of my hatsans air cylinders were either or my cricket carbine or edgun Matador for that matter.
    I’m sure they all were tested beyond what their suggested fill pressures.
    I actually don’t remember any information on the air cylinders at all really .

    Things that make you go hrmmm.:)

    Sweet airgun the warp is.

    
Steel air cylinders under 2″ in diameter are much different then a 4500psi CF cylinder that is over 2″ in diameter.

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    “BigTinBoat”

    “dodge3500”
Doesnt bother me in the least little bit as I don’t think any of my hatsans air cylinders were either or my cricket carbine or edgun Matador for that matter.
    I’m sure they all were tested beyond what their suggested fill pressures.
    I actually don’t remember any information on the air cylinders at all really .

    Things that make you go hrmmm.:)

    Sweet airgun the warp is.

    
Steel air cylinders under 2″ in diameter are much different then a 4500psi CF cylinder that is over 2″ in diameter.

    I appreciate your concern and your correct. Bob Sterne has one to use on one of his guns and he looked through all of the specs and found the needed info that he deemed as safe for himself. Would never tell anyone else to actually buy one but feels safe in using them. And he’s big on safety. Ernest Rowe also uses them on his Impact and Crown so another trustworthy guy. I feel with big names like them in the airgun world using them I feel safe using them. Will I ever fill it to 4500psi? Probably won’t ever. 250bar is all I plan on going as I can fill to that pressure multiple times from my tank. Thanks.
     

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    “Dairyboy”I appreciate your concern and your correct. Bob Sterne has one to use on one of his guns and he looked through all of the specs and found the needed info that he deemed as safe for himself. Would never tell anyone else to actually buy one but feels safe in using them. And he’s big on safety. Ernest Rowe also uses them on his Impact and Crown so another trustworthy guy. I feel with big names like them in the airgun world using them I feel safe using them. Will I ever fill it to 4500psi? Probably won’t ever. 250bar is all I plan on going as I can fill to that pressure multiple times from my tank. Thanks.
     
     

    
Not sure where he found ANY specs on the tank. I have researched them high and low, but find nothing. Would like to see one get Hyrdo’d, but I seriously doubt that will happen.

    All I can find on Acecare is that they are a Trading Company. Do they manufacture the cylinders? If not then who does?

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    This is his quote on the topic

    “I have already had an email about them not complying with the DOT and TC markings, which I would agree is the case…. You probably can’t get them filled in the USA or Canada…. I purchased the tank for my own use, after checking on the design spec. which is GB-28053-2011…. That is a very detailed technical specification, but here was the part I was concerned with, for my own peace of mind….Quote

    5.2.2 Design of gas cylinders
    5.2.2.1 hydrostatic test pressure shall be nominal 5/3 times the working pressure.
    5.2.2.2 minimum burst pressure shall be 3.4 times the nominal working pressure.
    5.2.2.3 cylinder design life of 15 years.

     
    I am not recommending that anyone else purchase one, and I would expect you can’t get it filled it you do…. but for my purposes I am satisfied that they will work just fine…. My gun will be equipped with a 5K burst disc, which is way under the test pressure, and still only about 1/3 of the burst pressure…. There is a difference between complying with marking requirements, and a safe product, IMO…. and yes, I am willing to bet my life on it…. within the parameters specified….”

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