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Written on: 21/10/2010 by thedesertcamel (2 reviews written)
as a gun strait out of the box it is naff....the s16 is a belting gun but ONLY after a few mods not to mention fixing what logun didnt do properly..screws working loose,loosing power,mag relise button dropping off,trigger WAY to heavy......after a few mods mine now puts out 20ftlbs which i can externally adjust down to 10ftlbs is 2 seconds,trigger is now lush,crisp and light.it cocks smoother,is quieter when shooting and is alot more accurate.contact me on email@example.com if u want… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/03/2010
THIS IS A HIGHLY UNDERRATED AIR RIFLE ITS ONLY FAULTS ARE IT IS VERY HEAVY AND WOULD BE MORE SUITED TO AMBUSH RATHER THAN CARRYING AROUND THE FIELD .
I GET 20MM HOLES AT 30MTRS WITH .22 X 16 ON THE BIPOD… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2010 by peregrine (3 reviews written)
need help guys, just filled the buddy bottle with a hand pump, so it was sloow.
after connecting and trying a dry fire to ensure no pellets or blockage of the bore all i got waw a CLICK ! checked seals and replaced them.re greased and seal seems fine but stil no air getting into the mechanism.or no air exiting the regulator.
the rifle is dead.
short of sending it in to yndergo a post mortem does any one have any experience of this or any advice.can i get a proper exploded diagram or detailed… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2010 by Billsno1 (2 reviews written)
Ive recently aquired an s16s mk2. Its accuracy is excellent but the power output is poor. There is nothing on the net for stripping down or upping the power of this gun, except the fabled 'grub screw' which doesnt exist on this gun. The only other thing you can do is add spacers behind the hammer spring but this doesnt do a lot. If anyone knows of a way to properly tune this gun then please let me know.
Bill… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2009 by TheArmchairsailor (3 reviews written)
Ive owned my s16s for around 18 months and have had no problems at all. When i first used it i did forget to fully push home the cocking handle which caused the gun to misfire- however just by cocking again the gun would shoot both pellets out and problem solved. Ive always used crossman accupells and demonstrated the two pellet shot several times with no problems.
Power is as good as any other air gun ive seen or used thats legal (12 ft lb) Testing on dog food tins (chappie) we got complete… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2009
Logun S16s is a great gun , never had any isuses, except new seals only after 2 years ! and have to watch leangth of pell… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2009 by TheDodge (2 reviews written)
I fell in love with a friends Logun S16 but due to them being out of production I ended up buying an S16s.
To be perfectly honest my first thought as I pulled the gun from its box was "bl00dy hell its an ugly biatch". I was used to the sleek front end of the S16 with its silencer. I built up the barrel shroud fully as I wanted to hear how quiet it would fire. The front end suddenly became as sleek looking as the mk1 (I've now changed my thoughts on the front end and fire the gun with the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2009
My brother just purchased a Logun S16s and on his first day out got it well jamed up by being a little to gentle trying to cock it, he made a comon mistake of pulling the cocking lever back then trying to force it forward harded.
This only spins the mag and forces a second pellet in. We had to force the mag with had also jamed in and rod the barrel to clear the two stuck pellets out.
After being cleared he coninued to use it all day with out a problem taking match stick heads of at 30 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2008 by sniper25 (1 review written)
Logun S16s. Great hunting rifle. Power output 9ftlbs, returned to Logun, came back the same, back to logun, power 12.9ftlb, 3rd time lucky 11.5ftlbs lost confidence in logun and rifle sold… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2008 by pledge (1 review written)
I have recently purchased a S16s, truly shocked at the power of this thing. killing rabbits at 50yrds+, didnt think it was possible, my mate owns a HW100t,177. nice gun, but nothing like the S16. very accurate. using air arms pellets seems to work well, and most of all NO JAMS… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2008 by proffski (3 reviews written)
So far after a years use has behaved reliably without any problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2008
The first air rifle I bought and it's the only rifle I ever had. Like what everyone says, it's very accurate and I find the rifle a really cool design. For an air rifle, this isn't expensive compared to most out there. If you buy this rifle, you got to get the Logun Penetrator pellets because they are superb, it's rock hard and guarantees extra knockout power.
A few bad points but I think the good makes up for it. It is very heavy and for an average build size person, you can probably hold it… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2007 by Sid Pollartd (16 reviews written)
I have the .22 version of the Logun S16s and it got mixed reports when it first came out. Its predecessor, the S sixteen, known as sweet sixteen, had made a place in the hearts of air gunners. The major problem appeared to have been the O ring, which seemed to wear at a terrific rate of knots. The other problem lies in the trajectory of .22 as opposed to .177, the latter stated as being 'more forgiving.' Having bought one I lubricated the O ring with gun grease, and regularly cleaned off the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2007 by corkymg (1 review written)
This is the S shrouded model, looks good. I had early problem with pellets jamming and found the cause in my case to be the 16 shot magazine retaining rubber rings that should hold the pellets in place. I found that for me it was always the first pellet that jammed, so I did not load the first pellet in each of the rotating magazines and all was well, what was happening was that the first pellet was not within the shielded part of the magazine and the rubber retaining ring allowed the pellet to… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007
A Pyramidair you can attach a CO2 adapter for $40 bucks and run it on paintball airtanks (co2/air). Pick your vice. Only jammed twice due to my ignorance on NOT properly cocking the bolt fully to load the pellets. I can consistently hit a Gamo steel silhouette target at 45-50yrds with a steady hold or platform. Got lots of attention at the rifle range due to it's looks. Lots and lots of shots per airtank 4500psi PureEnergy paintball tank attached and or 16oz CO2 tank… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2007
I have tried and owned allmost every pcp on the market ,but I was never happy with the longtherm accuracy and mechanical quality. After a season, and having fired more than 7000 shots with the Logun s16-s I never had any problems (other than replacing the o-rings). Now I can say, buy the best gun there is on the market. It may be a bit more expensive, but it's worth every penny… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2007 by crosshare01 (1 review written)
All said and done, a brilliant all rounder. But friendly advice to anyone who has one of these without a cleaning kit and barrel rod, INVEST IN ONE! Because when it jams, and it will, a barrel rod will save you a bundle, 45 from my local dealer to get the breach flushed each time. But back to the rifle, no regrets at all. Thanks for reading… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2007 by SAGITARUS (1 review written)
Must buy a CO2 adapter from PyramidAir and use a paintball airtanks Co2 16oz. or 4500psi 45Cu PMI PureEnergy Carbon Fiber tank for versatility and 350 shots in one fill , BIPOD spring Harris style, 50mm scope, I use Crosman POINTED Pellets. Co2 gas is better for warmer days and airtank is better for colder days and or year round.
To prevent pellet jams....DO NOT double cock and make sure that the cock lever is fully set forward to lock the pellet load into the breach… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2007
This is the first precharge I have owned. I was looking forward to an easy life of not having to break a barrel each time I wanted to pop a shoot off. How wrong I was. I got the rifle new but within 2 days I had my first jam. It has jamed on about 3 other occasions. The only good thing that has come from owning this rifle is that I'm now a profesional at stripping down and rebuilding it! My best time is about 20 mins. joking aside, when it does work, it's a top class rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2007 by glennsmooth (1 review written)
Spent the last 2 days trying to get ONE pellet to fire through the Logun S16s. Even after reading about the proper lever-cocking technique and proper pellets to use I still found myself tearing it down to retrieve the pellets jammed into the barrel. I'll give it one more try and have this one replaced by my dealer (in the USA).... but if the replacement misbehaves I'll have to find another place to spend $1000 USD… Read Full Review
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