AirForce has kicked it up a notch with their new baffle system, which makes the Condor SS quieter. Thanks to the new Spin-Loc tank and collar, you don't have to remove the gun's air reservoir to fill it. Of course, if you want to, you can remove it easily and attach another one. Carrying an extra filled tank when shooting in the field is a lot easier than carrying a scuba or carbon fiber tank for refills. The AirForce Condor delivers pellets at a rip-snorting 1000 fps, and it's recoilless! Accurate (1" at 50 yards) and powerful, this PCP offers extreme flexibility. It has an 18" Lothar Walther barrel (1:16 twist). You can also buy 12" and 24" barrels. Change-outs are easy and don't require any special tools, but the gun will be unsilenced. Built in the USA.
- Adjustable PCP Powerplant
- Max Fill Pressure: 3000psi or 200bar
- Single Shot; Bolt Action
- 18 Inch Barrel Length
- Two Stage Adjustable
- 3 lbs Approximate Trigger Pull
- No Sights
- 11mm Dovetail Rail
- Accessory Grooves Along Top & Bottom of Barrel and Rail
- Accuracy: 2 inch or less groups at 50 yards
- Air Tank Volume: 490cc
- Easy To Read Tank Pressure Gauge on Tank Nozzle
- Automatic Safety
AirForce Condor SS in .20 Caliber and Spin-Loc Air Tank
NOTE: The .20 cal. pellets are slightly longer than the .22 cal. pellets of the same weight. Therefore, they drag in the barrel a little more and produce lower velocities. The quoted figures (showing the .20 cal. gun shooting slower than the .22 cal. gun) are actual test figures and are correct. You'll need an adapter to fill the reservoir with air. The type of adapter depends on how you plan to fill your gun. A scuba tank will require a different adapter than a hand pump or carbon fiber tank. If you use a hand pump, the type of adapter you need depends on the brand of hand pump you use. There are lots of ways to configure this gun, including rail-mounted accessories (coin-slot screws for each changeout). You can choose the scope, laser, flashlight, night vision equipment, extra tanks, quick-detach fiber-optic sights and attachments for the type of refilling unit you plan to use. If you replace the barrel with a longer one, the gun will not be silenced.
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- Caliber0.20 cal
- Velocity1000 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Body TypeRifle
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- Gun Weight6.1
- Hop UpNo
- Overall Length38.13"
- Barrel Length18"
- Materialaircraft grade aluminum alloy
- Magazine Capacity1
- MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
- RailDovetail Mount
- Front SightsNone
- Rear SightsNone
- Trigger Pull3
- WarrantyLimited Lifetime
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Finally able to shoot my new Condor SS
March 2, 2014
After having a few issues with my order that Airgun Depot handled well, I was finally able to pump up my rifle and fire it,. First off, It took me about 4 hours and over 700 strokes to pump up the rifle the first time. I have had a heart procedure and wasn't able to stay on the pump for long. That in and of itself will work out for Airgun Depot because I will buy a scuba tank adapter from them. I have two tanks but I didn't realize what a chore it was going to be to charge the gun manually. After shooting the gun down to about 2100 pounds, it only takes about 150 to 200 strokes to fully recharge but I don't want to do that any more. Now to that actual shooting. I started at 20 yards to get on paper, I shot a three shot group, clamped the rifle in a gun vise and moved the scope to center in the group. I fired three more shots to verify the sighting and it was dead on but here I have to explain & group. I use the term loosely. At 20 yards, my group was about 2 inches. I was shooting the Benjamin 14.3 grn cylindrical pellet and apparently the rifle does not like them. I tried the H&N 11.42 grn Field Target Trophy and the 13.58 grn Baracuda pellets and got single hole 5 shot groups. I'm pretty happy with that. I gave it up for the evening, it was getting dark but the next sighting will be at 50 yards. That's as far as I will need to shoot this rifle considering the plans I have for it. Only thing is I have a 500 count tin of Benjamin pellets with about 20 pellets gone that I cannot use. So over all how do I like the rifle? Well I gave it 5 stars and my son is going to buy one next week. That should say something.
Pros:Looks wicked cool, power, accuracy.
Cons:The loud "tink" when fired. Hate to mod a new rifle but I've read about the "O" ring mod a lot. Might do it and might not. We'll see. If you can, get a scuba adapter or an electric pump unless you are in good shape. Maybe I should just keep pumping. It's good exercise.