Logun Axsor karbine .22 Review

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Brad73's review of Logun Axsor karbine .22

★★★★★

“I've had my Logun Axsor karbine .22 for two months...”

Written on: 24/01/2004 by Brad73 (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Beautiful Bolt action
Walnut stock.
CONSISTENCY!!!

Bad Points
None.

General Comments
I've had my Logun Axsor karbine .22 for two months now. What a piece of kit! The bolt action glides like it's floating in oil. I've had no jams at all - feel for the slight resistance as you drive the bolt home & you'll have no problems. Remember, slow is smooth, smooth is fast. I use accupells with mine. I've put about 500 pellets through it now. I haven't achieved anything less than a 15mm group at 25 metres, with a Hawke Airmax. Definitely recommend this rifle to any HFT shooters or hunters (if you're willing to take it outside). :)

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Shadowgod's Response to Brad73's Review

Written on: 26/01/2004

Hi, i am looking to buy a logun axsor, may i ask how much i can pick one up for at a good price, how much did you pay?

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Bebbo's Response to Brad73's Review

Written on: 03/10/2007

what do you lubricate the o ring with?

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158147_Speedie D's Response to Brad73's Review

Written on: 08/06/2004

I decided on a Logun Axsor as a "cost effective" route to Logun ownership. Build quality is superb but I have had some problems with the magazine sticking (solved by lubricating the O Ring). Also power seems to drop off quite noticeably once the gauge gets into the orange. Interesting to hear that low power seems to be a recurring issue. Will get mine on a chronograph.

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