April 11, 2008 at 12:41 am #37529
Not sure what’s the deal with crosman’s cardboard box. Never liked CP anyway…but what you need is a chronograph. After that you are all set, you’ll see exactly what you need to do as far as velocity, energy, and the PW setting goes. It’s hard to make adjustments if you don’t have that info available.April 11, 2008 at 1:18 am #37536savagesamParticipant
I know your right on the chrony. But which one should i get????? I want all the bells and whistles, yet know I’ll probably use the heck out of it this spring/summer and then it will sit in my garage. Which model would you suggest. My local shop has one on the shelf, an F-1 for less than $100.00 Deal or no deal?April 11, 2008 at 1:54 am #37541
Hey, check pyramydair.com out, they have F1 chronograph fot $78. Can’t beat that. Add something to make it $150 or more so they ship everything for free.
I have an Alpha for about 2 years now. So far so good.April 11, 2008 at 1:57 am #37542
Hey Photo, looks like it’s under an inch c-t-c with Kodiak. Very nice!April 11, 2008 at 4:12 am #37547quote Vlady:
Thanks Vlady, she’s really shooting great for me.April 27, 2008 at 1:55 pm #38331savagesamParticipant
Hey photo that sure was some nice shootin. Where at in Cali are you? I’m in the Central valley 120 miles south of Sac. and 60 miles north of Fresno.April 27, 2008 at 3:32 pm #38335
I’m in Antioch just down the road. 😀April 27, 2008 at 3:53 pm #38339
Have had my new 24″ .25 bbl and shroud from Anthony about a week now (THANKS ANTHONY! 😀 😀 😀 proper credit will be given in another thread) do you have a shot string you can post with Kodiacs and how many shots per fill? I’m finally getting mine dialed in where I think I want it but would like to have something to compare to. Curious where I stand compared to yours since you seem very happy with it.April 27, 2008 at 4:00 pm #38340quote shrpshotr28:
This what mine will do and the Talon tank will give more shots but the Condor high flow tank can give you 10 or more good shots. Keep in mine that my rig and tanks was setup by Anthony.
Beeman Kodaik Match 30.9gr
High flow tank 2800psi
High flow tank 2900psi
Beeman Kodiak Match 30.9gr
Avg. = 855.4fps
Avg. = 50.2fpe
Webley Mosquito 19.3gr
2800psiApril 27, 2008 at 4:18 pm #38341
Thanks. Looks like i’m in the ballpark for velocity (I have both talon/condor tanks as well). Any idea on remaining pressure after the Kodiac string w/ hiflo valve? I think my air consumption is somewhat too high & affecting my consistency.
Do you like the webley mosquitos? I bought one tin to try and got a 1″ group at 35yds w/ co2 @ 680fps (perfect NOISELESS backyard shooter and of course TONS of shots). Haven’t worked with this much just shot a couple groups out of curiosity. Turns a beast into a sleeping giantApril 27, 2008 at 4:30 pm #38342
I’m not too sure what the press. drops to but it seems to be around 2K maybe a little more. The mosquitos do not work that good in my gun with both tanks and the best it can do is 1″ at 20 to 25 yards with the Talon tank and the high flow tank is not good. The Kodiak’s work much better with a higher FPE in both tanks and With the Kodiak’s I get one big hole groups around 1/2 to 3/4″ from 20 out to 50 yards.April 27, 2008 at 4:35 pm #38343
Mosquitos worthless at high velocity. scattered everywhere for me too. Tried the CO2 as an afterthought and they did much better
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