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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:45 pm 
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Being adjustable for speed, is an exceptional feature, Joe.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:48 pm 
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Daryl wrote:
Good video Joe. Since the .177 only gets barely 800fps - it's not worth it. .177 is the wrong direction is seems. I would think even .20 is also wrong. Since this design does better with the heavier pellets - THAT is the direction to go. A .25 with a few tweeks might be best of all.

My note about the .177, is that my HW97 with only a 9" bl. gets 895fps with 7.93gr. and 872fps with 8.2gr. JSB's & that is only 14fpe.

Your .22 blows the doors off my HW98, though. It runs 680fps with 14.43gr. Crossman HP's for 14.8fps and 603fps with 19.09 gr. H&N's for 15.4fpe.
At 20fpe, you are matching my Brocock Concept, which I don't seem to have any recorded speeds for - Hmmm.

This gun also averages around the 670 fps with the 14.5 gr. I only tested the 25.4 gr because the ft lb energy jumps up with a heavy pellet. For everyday shooting you should expect 15 ft lbs avg with 18 or 15 gr pellets.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Daryl wrote:
Being adjustable for speed, is an exceptional feature, Joe.

I agree. Infinite power level ability is a bonus.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Just think, putting out 15fpe single pump PCP which should shoot better than a straight springer & not have to mount springer scopes, you've sure got a winning design for sure.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Daryl wrote:
Just think, putting out 15fpe single pump PCP which should shoot better than a straight springer & not have to mount springer scopes, you've sure got a winning design for sure.

I hope so. Time will tell.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Great job and ingenuity
Now I know why you were asking what fpe to class your SSP that you wouldn't tell us about
Can't wait to see more Joe
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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Freedom 700
Great job and ingenuity
Now I know why you were asking what fpe to class your SSP that you wouldn't tell us about
Can't wait to see more Joe
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Exactly. I know companies like to exaggerate performance levels, speed,,,fuel consumption,,,load capacity,,,etc...etc... I didn't want to do that.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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Very cool airgun, I wouldnt mind seeing it on the market.


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Very cool airgun, I wouldnt mind seeing it on the market.

Those are the kind of comments i need on my youtube channel.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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please leave comments on my channel. Also if you have friends on another forum, pass along the link, and ask them to leave comments. The more possitive feedback I get, the better chance I have of attracting a manufacturer, or investor.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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joe hickey wrote:
please leave comments on my channel. Also if you have friends on another forum, pass along the link, and ask them to leave comments. The more possitive feedback I get, the better chance I have of attracting a manufacturer, or investor.


Visit GTA I'm sure you would get some good respond there. I think there is a market.

I like single stroke pneumatic, don't have to pump 10 times, don't require special holds and standing on 1 leg, while holding a lucky rabbit foot trying to shoot a springer. And don't require a air source such as Co2 or a pump.

But the problem is none of the SSP out there are any powerful.


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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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joe hickey wrote:
please leave comments on my channel. Also if you have friends on another forum, pass along the link, and ask them to leave comments. The more possitive feedback I get, the better chance I have of attracting a manufacturer, or investor.


Visit GTA I'm sure you would get some good respond there. I think there is a market.

I like single stroke pneumatic, don't have to pump 10 times, don't require special holds and standing on 1 leg, while holding a lucky rabbit foot trying to shoot a springer. And don't require a air source such as Co2 or a pump.

But the problem is none of the SSP out there are any powerful.

My sentiments exactly. I am hoping there is already a GTA member among us that could post the link. Same for all forums, like airgun Brazil, for instance. etc...

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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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joe hickey wrote:
leadslinger wrote:
joe hickey wrote:
please leave comments on my channel. Also if you have friends on another forum, pass along the link, and ask them to leave comments. The more possitive feedback I get, the better chance I have of attracting a manufacturer, or investor.


Visit GTA I'm sure you would get some good respond there. I think there is a market.

I like single stroke pneumatic, don't have to pump 10 times, don't require special holds and standing on 1 leg, while holding a lucky rabbit foot trying to shoot a springer. And don't require a air source such as Co2 or a pump.

But the problem is none of the SSP out there are any powerful.

My sentiments exactly. I am hoping there is already a GTA member among us that could post the link. Same for all forums, like airgun Brazil, for instance. etc...


Already done :D At what dollar amount were you thinking of selling the final product. Being that would be a question asked?


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 Post subject: Re: SSP Video
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I did an informal market study, and the average suggested retail price was $600. I figured it should be competitive with a high end springer.

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People on GTA are loving it.


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