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Written on: 28/01/2011
Dah 3 previous air rifles, could not shoot consistantly. Bought the Talon SS because it looked cool. Was greatly surprised, pellets go where you shoot, a new experience for an air gun.
Like it so much bought the condor .22, just a s good, still plinking in my basement till winter is over then I can extend the range. Packed away my other riflrs.
Lightweight, very accurate, light trigger. Put an expensive scope on, can put 10 pellets in the same hole at 30 feet!
Was loud, saw Talontunes offering… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2010 by Airtuner1 (1 review written)
I have been shooting, repairing and modifying firearms and adult style airguns for over 32 years. This is by far the best of the best. I had quite a large collection of airguns (yes I was an airgun hoarder), but after getting the Condor have since sold them all.
I have found that the Airforce Condor does it all for me.
It is light weight as there is no fluff as there is no gauge, regulator, multi-shot mechanism or file nipple.
It is very easy to load, even with big fingers, with a big… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2010 by Samson1 (2 reviews written)
Where do I start!
I own a custom-made .25cal Condor with a shroud/barrel-extender.
First the positive features:
70 ft/lbs energy.
Deadly accurate, can hit a quarter 2 out of 2 times from 30 yards away.
Large 490cc tank good for 15-20 high-power shots or 40 med-power.
upper and lower rails for scope and accessories.
No regulator or pressure-gauge you have to guess the remaining air pressure
Single-shot, poor loading mechanism
Tank top 1" too high to use as cheekrest… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2008 by Amos Maghini (1 review written)
Overall a very satisfying arm as precision and power. I think the cheek contact when aiming, it would be better to have a soft pad to lean on. (may be removable and adjustable in elevation)… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2008 by randyhub (1 review written)
I have had mine for 3 years now and love it!!! I never use my rimfires anymore and even bought a .25 barrel to shoot massive 42 grain Eun Jins.:)
Buy one for your first PCP to learn as it is easy to mod and fix as opposed to many other PCP's costing two or three times the amount, Add a RWS 16mm muzzle stablizer and shoot heavy pellets and you will something that is stealthy. … Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2008 by BluntForceTrauma (1 review written)
I love my gun. I have build my own extended barrel shroud for consideration of my neighbors. But I on occasion remove my shroud, there's nothing like the un-corked tone that comes from firing a condor at full power...breathtaking… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2008 by Alienhogg (1 review written)
Worth every penny spent. Had my condor almost two years now and it is still my pride and joy. Does't matter if I'm plinking or hunting. This is a great air gun, two thumbs up to the manufacturer and there customer service along with the staff at Pyramydair… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2007 by jerryjpersinger (4 reviews written)
I bought my condor in February, and been shooting it off an on all summer, i had a problem with it, it would have valve lock, if i pumped it up to 200 bar the pellet would sometimes only go half way down the barrel, then i would cock it again and the pellet would go down range at a slow speed no way near the 30 yard target, i would keep shooting till the pressure in the tank dropped to around 150 bar then it would start shooting real hard, and it was real accurate at 40 yards, but i still was… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/12/2006 by Bommarito1 (1 review written)
You must use a heavy pellet when shooting the condor to get this rifle to be accurate even at lower power levels if the wind picks up the lighter pellet will wander. I recommend the eun jin 5.5mm/22cal 29g pellet it is the right pellet for the condor, in all weather conditions. I have tested this rifle for about 1 year.
It is a great rifle for pest control because of the accuracy at high power settings. I own several other pellet rifles and found that the condor is best for pest control. I have… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2006 by ashe18c (5 reviews written)
When i first recieved my Air Force Condor, it looked better than any picture. Bought the pump to fill up the tank, took a long time and very difficult. When i finally got ready to shoot, it was more powerful and loud than i ever imagined. This rifle will go through anything. I put up a target in front of a one inch plywood. Went right through it. Shot some phone books, went right through them. Shot a steel wheel barrel as a target, went right through them. I was at about level 7-9 out of 13… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2006 by clevis41 (1 review written)
I just got my Air Force Condor this weekend, I am very happy with it. One rabbit down at 45 yards and lots more to go. This gun has plenty of power, it's pretty crazy to see such power from a burst of air. It is dead accurate as well. I love the look of the gun. I will definitely add a laser to it eventualy along with a bipod. It seems to be made well except for when the air tank is on the gun it wiggles around too much in my opinion, but I took it apart and altered it with some electrical… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2006 by joshuadykhuis (1 review written)
The Air Force Condor is powerful and is accurate when using right pellets. I shot a pellet in the same hole at 50yrd. Good gun for a beginner who doesn't know much about guns but next time I will get the Daystate, they have one that is just as powerful but more goodies like built in pressure gauge on the gun, ten shot clip… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2006 by Bob Bobby (2 reviews written)
Ok where to start - I read everything on air guns for about 5 months prior to buying the Condor on 01/06. I looked at the different types of springers like the RWS 48 - and I looked at the BSA Hornet. Then I came across the Air Force guns by mistake. I didn't want to spend up to 1,000.00 dollars for an air gun. But I was willing to do so if it was very accurate and powerful. Accuracy was very important to me, I had to have a gun that would put a pellet within an inch at 100 yards.
Out of… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2006 by Bob Bobby (2 reviews written)
I just purschased my Air Force Condor on 01/01/06. Out of the box, I attached everything and sighted the scope within 5 minutes. Warning - if you buy a 3x9 scope you will replace it within days with a 6x24x44 or greater. The rifle shots that well. I CAN PUT PELLETS ON TOP OF EACH OTHER AT 30 YARDS. This weapon is very accurate! Read all the other reviews. They are correct. The gun is loud but not bad. I spent several months trying to decide what high end rifle to buy. I went back between the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2005 by Sniperdon (4 reviews written)
I recently purchased the Air Force Condor, and can't hesitate to use it for hunting after only a few round in-house target practises in the rear garden. I found that it's no problem at all to get a straight kill of a wild dog at around 20 yards when I hit it at the vital organ area (lungs and heart). That's also the technique I use in bowhunting as well for big goat in the bush. The pellet I used was .22 28g RWS. Excellent pellet for this sort of high power PCP gun. I also recommend that the… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2005 by CVanMeter (8 reviews written)
My big interest in this Air Force Condor was for hunting. Having read many reviews, I had no doubt that this would make it a top notch choice for hunting due to it's power and light weight. Something about the militaristic look also appealed to me. When I first opened the box, I found I was very happy with the fit and finish of the gun. Came with a great video from the manufacturer that covers eveything you would need to know and great tips to get the most out of the gun. Could not help but… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2005 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
Got an Air force Condor in November 2004 and was amazed at the power of this rifle. Mine was cronying at about 1130 fps with 16gr JSB exacts and about 950fps with 28gr Eun Jins. Accuracy is superb. I've found that JSB predators are the most accurate pellet for my Condor, shooting one hole groups at 40 yards. Exacts do cloverleaf groups and Kodiaks and Eun Jins do nickle sized groups at 40 yards.
The Condor is now in transit back to Air Force though. Tophat started leaking and though I got it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/11/2004 by jwbradle (1 review written)
The Air Force Condor is an excellent piece of machinery. Fit and finish are first rate and form truly follows function. The possibilities are endless for creating your own personal rifle. This rifle may be a departure from tradition, but it is truly dragging the industry into the 21st. century. My rifle loves Kodiak and Eun Jin pellets and I cannot wait to try many more. My sight in target is at 30 yards, and I can keep the pellets inside a dime. Trust me that group size is due to my… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2004 by peter1505 (6 reviews written)
I was skeptical about the Air Force Condor when I first choose to pay the extra $110 and get it over the Talon, but my worries were unfounded. Firstly, this is just a very solid rifle, you can feel it when you pick it up, it's sturdy, and it has a real feel to it. The black aluminum that makes up most of it's body is flawless and gives a stealthy look to the rifle, which also, with accessories (scope, bipod etc) still weighs only about 7.5 lbs, and 6.5lbs without accessories. The accuracy is… Read Full Review
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