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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:10 pm 
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First Gen4 frame to arrive in Canada. Well it was a 5month wait but worth it. It was in my hands for atleast 5 weeks while I decided what caliber to barrel it too.

The weapon was barreled to a slow twist .356 caliber designated for the JSB 35cal pellets. 30" in length. Pic can be seen in topic56414.html last pic of the airguns just prior to the spud gun pics. General forum under Big Thanks Rocker45.
Accuracy sub 1" from any of the shooter who tried at the AIR F/T shoot. It was its first time tasting lead.

Stats. Sub1" 56m groups. 861 fps average. 127 fpe power. 25 shots upon 1000psi usage making efficentcy 1.53.
Guns improvements.. 2 stage trigger. First stage very nice. Second stage approx 5.5lbs. Kinda heavy for my liking, a future trigger job in store. The new trigger guard safety alot nicer than the previous generations.

The gun will be going to a fellow airgunner to put it thru the mill with JSB and casted .356 124gr rounds here this month of August. So will await the heavy lead testing from him. It will be getting a nice muzzle break upon it for then too.
Its accuracy and power with a nice shot count I might add. Makes it a business get er done weapon.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:58 pm 
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Yup! 127 FPE average over 25 shots on the
Light .35 JSB's is some pretty legitimate Condor
Tuning. The gun shoots exactly where you point
It and pushing the 9mm out the bbl seem very effortless.

A fine shooter. Goo work!. Now when are the condor9 kit available;)

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:10 am 
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Sounds very cool.... What is the twist rate of the barrel, and the source?.... I ask because Sean and I have similar plans....

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:22 am 
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Pretty awesome to shoot for sure! Would definitely love to try longer ranges with that!

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 7:58 pm 
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rsterne wrote:
Sounds very cool.... What is the twist rate of the barrel, and the source?.... I ask because Sean and I have similar plans....

Bob


Sorry not at this time, until all testing is finalized. My apologies. The barrel is designated for the .35 JSB pellets, but will have the availability for casted .356 lead rounds. both short 90gr and up in weight.

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