So ......Is the Walther dominator hunter model the same as the Walther LG300 dominator ?
I have heard it is.......only the stocks and barrel shrouds are different ?
Can anybody please advise on this ?
YOU KNOW WHAT.....I ACTUALLY DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR PEOPLE THAT SAY SOMETHING BUT IT MEANikko Stirling NOTHING !
I ASKED FOR ADVISE AND SHARE OF KNOWLEDGE.....NOT A SPELLING AND GRAMMER CHECK
IN ANY CASE....SEARCH FOR "GUN" ON WWW.WEBSTERS.COM ( DICTIONARY).....?
I KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN AIRGUN AND A FIREARM......I HAVE HANDLED FIREARMS IN SITUATIONS YOU WOULD NOT WANT TO FIND YOURSELF IN
SO....PLEASE CAN I HAVE SOME CONSTRUCTIVE ADVISE FROM SOMEONE WHO HAS POSITIVE REPLIES
WELL ....HERE IS THE THING.....
I SHOOT THE DOMINATOR, AND MY FATHER THE HUNTER....AND WE NOTICED THAT THE REGULATORS ARE DIFFERENT
THE HUNTER MODEL HAS A SHORTER REGULATOR WITH A HOLE ON THE SIDE ?
THEY DIFFER WITH ABOUT 1.5 CM IN LENGTH....
I WILL UPLOAD THE PIC TO MY GALLERY
BUT DOES THIS CHANGE THE PERFORMANCE ?
I ALSO NOTICED ON WALTHER'S WEBSITE THAT THERE IS A "JUNIOR" VERSION ( I WILL ALSO UPLOAD THIS IMAGE )
SO DOES IT CHANGE THE NUMBER OF SHOTS IF THE AIRRIFLE IS SET AT 780-790 FPS ?
IS THIS REGULATOR MORE PRONE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS ?
THESE ARE SOME QUESTIONS I AM CONCERNED ABOUT
Hi there Hitman, the long reg was the old version with a goldish colour set to reg 80 bar and when the aircylinder is removed the air will rush out of the reg. The short reg and silver of colour is the later mod, allso set to reg 80bar. When the aircylinder is removed the air will escape slowly from the reg.Both reg has a volum of 3bar in the firingpot. The reg is mechined out of a solid alum- bar.
It really doesn't change much....
I was thinking of doing a chrono of every shot ( one tin of pellets comming up ) ,recording the shots, FPS and variance
I usually can get it up to 290 with my bottle, but I think 250 bar is more realistic. I also have not taken it below 100 bar.
But you are right, maybe a full physical test will be better and I can also check the POA and POI