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Ataman AP16 Compact Air Pistol, Titanium

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  • Code: ATA-AP16TCM · .22 · 590 fps
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The Ataman AP16 Compact air pistol in titanium features remarkably consistent shot velocity and accuracy due to its 2 way adjustable trigger and integrated pressure regulator. The 60cc air cylinder at 4,350 psi fill pressure gives you up to 15 powerful shots per fill at up to 590 fps velocity with up to 14.75 fpe. The hammer spring can also be adjusted to add slightly more power or to get more shots per fill. The shrouded barrel has windage and elevation adjustable open sights and also offers an 11mm dovetail rail if you want to mount optics like a pistol scope or red dot sight. The air cylinder features a built in air pressure gauge on its end, and Ataman has included 2 fill probes (1/8" BSPP and Foster quick disconnect) to help you maximize your options.

When you buy an Ataman AP16, you're getting renowned excellence and exacting craftsmanship. Produced by famous Russian gunsmiths and combined with the celebrated precision of a Lothar Walther barrel, this pistol will amaze you with its flexibility and outstanding build quality. Exceptionally reliable and meticulously engineered, this fully regulated PCP repeater with 7 shot self indexing magazine is an incredible example of manufacturing expertise. Whether you're shooting for fun or improving your aim with target practice, this air pistol has what you need to take your experience to the next level. The Ataman AP16 Compact air pistol in titanium features satisfying weight and feel and superior ergonomics, so buy one from Airgun Depot now!

  • PCP
  • Repeater
  • Sidelever action
  • Max velocity: 590 fps
  • Max power: 14.75 fpe
  • 4350 (300 BAR) psi fill pressure
  • Lothar Walther free-floating barrel
  • Rifled, shrouded barrel
  • Manual safety
  • Integrated 11mm dovetail mounting rail
  • Open sights included
  • 2 way adjustable match grade trigger
  • Self indexing 7 shot magazine
  • Metal construction with walnut grip
  • Integrated air pressure gauge
  • Fully regulated
  • Adjustable trigger pull: 0.44 to 2.2 lbs
  • Barrel length: 6.69"
  • Overall length: 1"
  • Includes manual, 1 magazine, 2 probes (one with Foster connection, one with 1/8" BSPP thread), and 2 Allen wrenches
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  • ManufacturerAtaman
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 590 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Sidelever
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 1.76
  • Overall Length 12.00
  • Barrel Length 6.69
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 7
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage
  • Shots per Fill 15
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By EugeneUSAApril 19, 2021

I fired about 700 round through it so far. So far so good. Aside from limitation I mentioned its a lot of fun. Not sure it is easy ti justify $1,000, but clearly higher quality than you get for < $200 and way more power.

Pros: It's a very accurate gun, with sufficient power for even perhaps some hunting. Appears pretty well made. Has sufficient capacity for 3 magazines (21 round) per charge. Trigger is very light and can be used fore precision work. With adapter and silencer can be made very backyard friendly (otherwise pretty loud).

Cons: There are few design limitations that are excusable and some that are less so. In terms of less so: it does skip second round once in a while when advancing the magazine. Thats pretty annoying. Manual is pretty useless, and does not go over basic things like sight adjustment. As far as iron sights go, I could not compensate enough to get them on target, so switched to only using it with a red dot. In generals sights do not follow the right ratio for being very accurate – rear sight allows for too much visual space. Trigger is light, which is not I guess, but it's a single stage and does not have a crisp break – as the result you are not exactly sure when gun is going to go off. So one should be careful not to fire it by accident. There is a safety to help with that. Magazine quite flat and does not take too long of a pellet.

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How is it working? How's the accuracy with a shorter barrel?

asked Mark from USA
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