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AirForce Texan Carbine

Available in .357, .45, .30, Compact Model of the Powerful Texan Platform
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  • Code: AGD-45758929 · $1,029.95 · .357 · 1065 fps
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AirForce has further streamlined their Texan platform into a highly nimble carbine that doesn't shed power.. The Texan Carbine shaves a full 6 inches off the original Texan, and drops the weight by nearly a full pound to 7.5 lbs., which allows for maximum maneuverability while out in the field. The 490cc air cylinder is capable of lobbing rounds downrange at velocities of up to 935 fps in .45 caliber, 1065 fps in the .357 caliber, and 1130 fps in .308 caliber. That kind of muzzle energy equates to an astounding 400, 250, and 225 FPE in each respective caliber. The Texan Carbine features adjustable power, to tune your rifle for the specific ammo being used, an adjustable buttpad, and 2-stage trigger that can be set as low as 2.06 lbs. With the 11mm rails that are machined into the top and bottom of the barrel shroud, one can mount just about any accessory you want. As with all AirForce guns, the scope rail is an 11mm dovetail, but AirForce has their own dovetail to weaver adapter that can be purchased separately.

AirForce Texan Carbine Features:
  • Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Single-shot
  • Sidelever
  • 2-stage trigger (adj. for position only)
  • 2.06-lb. trigger-pull
  • Automatic safety
  • Textured grip
  • 490cc tank
  • Pressure-relief device
  • 3000 psi (200 bar) max fill pressure
  • Adjustable power
  • Extended optics rail
  • 7.5 lbs.
  • Buttplate can be rotated right and left for some cast-on and cast-off adjustability
  • Highly accurate Lothar Walther barrel
  • Made in USA
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Specs
  • ManufacturerAirForce
  • Caliber.357
  • Velocity1065 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.50
  • Overall Length39.00
  • Barrel Length25.00
  • Loudness5-High
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseHunting
  • WarrantyLifetime limited warranty
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5.0
By +57312 312 5683ColombiaJanuary 20, 2021

Invitar a los rifleros a que compren esta marca de armas, no se arrepentirán.

Pros
Es un arma extremadamente poderosa, hice una comparativa con un revólver marca Llama Martial 4" calibre 38L. y me atrevo a decir que golpea con más potencia esta carabina Airfonce Texan en calibre. 357. Muy satisfecho con este juguete. It is an extremely powerful weapon, I made a comparison with a Flame Martial 4 "caliber 38L revolver. And I dare say that it hits with more power this Airfonce Texan carbine in .357 caliber. Very satisfied with this toy

Cons
Ninguna

5.0
By RobUSAJuly 9, 2019

The Carbine can be shot without ear protection. At .45 caliber, it is a devastating air gun that can most likely be used for predator hunting. I wish they made a repeater version of this gun.

5.0
By JosephUSAJune 21, 2019

Amazing Air Rifle. Very accurate with the proper ammo.

Cons
Slightly loud for backyard use

5.0
By WesleyUSAMarch 27, 2019

I have the .45 cal, and it eats anything that you put into it with super power and sure-fire accuracy. If you blindfolded me, I would never know that this beast is an AIR carbine....

Pros
Everything that you can think of and probably more.

Cons
None.

5.0
By Shawn Z.September 21, 2018

This is a very nice quality robust piece of equipment that has the right dimensions to be very usable across many different scenarios, I have yet to find a projectile that shoots well through it other than the jsb 81 grain pallet.

Pros
The 3000 psi fill is easier on my pony bottle than my tc35's 250 bar fill . Power.

Cons
Loud Loud The trigger while being much better than the TC 35 trigger still has a very annoying ballpoint pen type of springy sound and feel to it which is kind of a bummer on $1,000 rifle.

5.0
By Allen W.July 13, 2018

The only thing holding me back is make it a repeater. I don't care for the single shot.I would ladly pay $1200 for it as a repeater

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Can you add a DonnyFL suppressor to this carbine version?

asked Travis from USA

Has anyone tried to put a sound suppressor on it

asked tyrone from USA

Can this gun be used for whitetail deer, effect range

asked Thomas from USA

Yes

Steven from USA

Can a Benjamin hand pump be used to fill the tank on this rifle?

asked Jeremy from USA

Yes. But it will take some effort to fill 200 bar of air. I have done it

Steven from USA

how many shots per fill

asked peter from United Kingdom

10-14 depending on caliber.

Mark from USA

Can you kill deer with the 357

asked John from USA

Yes you can. Is best with aor bolts. But they won't fit in the Texan

Steven from USA

Yes, over 300 foot-pounds of energy with 200 grain slugs....150 foot-pounds and nothing smaller than .357 is the requirement for MOST states for deer.

Matthew from USA

Is this as accurate as the Texan as .457

asked Jeffrey Tomlinson

Muy exacto y potente

Divier Irley from USA

It can be

Steven from USA

Is this model suppressed or not? Has anyone measured just how loud it is. Why can't there actually be DB for each one rather than 4 medium high, 4 medium high means NOTHING.the suppressed has the same as not suppressed.

asked James from USA

No it's not supressed.

Steven from USA

Is it better to use a lighter slug with the shorter barrel.or will it handle the larger ones just as good?

asked Chad from USA

It functions like the SS. So you can use heavier slugs

Steven from USA

They prefer heavy and long projectiles.

Matthew from USA

Add air venture tank & fitting

asked Bruce Kehr
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