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    Default Uragan - Pictures worth a thousand Words

    A customer sent me these photo's and I thought I would share them.















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    Please advise the pellets used for this test?
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    ...and the target distance, please.
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    27 m
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaTT Boy View Post
    27 m
    Most PCP's can do that at 27 meters, I do not see the point?
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    I have a suspicion that the chrony readings should be the interesting part..... the distance is irrelevant.
    Last edited by Phats; 24-07-19 at 07:31.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phats View Post
    I have a suspicion that the chrony readings should be the interesting part..... the distance is irrelevant.
    Most PCP's with regulators correctly setup can do that. Getting a regulator build and fitted by Extreme Airguns in Centurion or just tuned by Jaco can do that......
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    Did some Chrono testing on a Uragan 5.5mm

    Out the box and not needing to send it to a shop to be tuned it is quite impressive. 33 foot pounds.


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    And that's why it have that impressive price tag.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Laverys View Post
    Did some Chrono testing on a Uragan .22
    Out the box and not needing to send it to a shop to be tuned it is quite impressive. 33 foot pounds.
    https://i.postimg.cc/GmBgbLq0/0-C95-...FDED524180.png

    https://i.postimg.cc/nVkPkwCW/18-D56...5-F6258-A6.png
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    Superb guns, if it can do that at 27m it wont be too bad at 50 and beyond.The price tag is also not quite as
    impressive as most other top rifles.
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    Managed to get to the range and put some pellets out to 50m using Air Arms 16grain pellets.






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    Very nice, which range did you go to?
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    Northcliff
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    Only thing that bugs me is the fact that they say in user manual that the gun is not recommended for hunting purposes? Why would someone manufacture a great gun like that and prevent people from hunting with it?
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    Same as McDonalds needing to put "Hot" on a coffee cup lid to avoid a $1m law suite.
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