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PostPosted: Sat Apr 17, 2021 1:34 pm 
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It is only internally adjustable. So have to take the regulator out and decrease the pressure and then lower the tension on hammer spring etc etc.

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PostPosted: Sun May 09, 2021 1:53 am 
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canadashootingsupply wrote:
The TSUNAMI T1 and T2 were a big success in low powered config. Now we have the full powered versions coming. They are longer in overall length to comply Non-Restricted firearms standards. They also have 1/2" UNF threads on muzzle unlike the low powered carbine version. The manufacturer is all ears for any improvements that we have suggested to them.

The models are regulated and will come with a scope or a red dot.

Both T1 and T2 will be available in all 3 calibers - 0.177/0.22/0.25


I would love to see this offered in the original length without the folding stock option. On Milano's website they list the gun with an overall length of 33", with the folding stock pinned or not an option it is longer then the Canadian 26" overall length requirement.
https://www.milanosavunma.com/en/tsunami-t1/

I am a sucker for short barrel rifles (SBR) though.

What is the shot count for the 0.25 cal?


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PostPosted: Tue May 11, 2021 8:02 pm 
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Have not done any test shooting yet myself.

Will be working on testing them in a couple of weeks.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2021 7:11 am 
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attk11 wrote:
canadashootingsupply wrote:
The TSUNAMI T1 and T2 were a big success in low powered config. Now we have the full powered versions coming. They are longer in overall length to comply Non-Restricted firearms standards. They also have 1/2" UNF threads on muzzle unlike the low powered carbine version. The manufacturer is all ears for any improvements that we have suggested to them.

The models are regulated and will come with a scope or a red dot.

Both T1 and T2 will be available in all 3 calibers - 0.177/0.22/0.25


I would love to see this offered in the original length without the folding stock option. On Milano's website they list the gun with an overall length of 33", with the folding stock pinned or not an option it is longer then the Canadian 26" overall length requirement.
https://www.milanosavunma.com/en/tsunami-t1/

I am a sucker for short barrel rifles (SBR) though.

What is the shot count for the 0.25 cal?


I'm putting through about 36 shots before refill myself.. with the longer barrel version T2 in .25 cal


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2021 9:44 am 
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Got the T1 in .25 caliber.
Money well spent.
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