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  • #900
    ambush-hunter
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    If you could only own a Korean PCP, which one would it be and why. I kind of like Career III 300.
    As far as accuracy, power, and number of shots, what would you buy?

    #28381
    photo22
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    Career Dragon Slayer 50. I shot one, and it’s been sweet love for me. 😀

    #28384
    rob3dr
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    I like the 909… more power than the DS50… only almost as ugly as a Career. My opinion is that the Korean guns arent very pretty… but they are like an ugly child… you have to love them!

    #28388
    teflontron
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    Rob: with all of the custom stocks that you have I’m surprised that you haven’t got around to having a nice thumbhole or laminate stock made for your 909. Solves the issue of it not being a pretty gun.

    #28395
    walkonking
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    I have a Career III 300 and it is very accurate and a hammer. It throw kodiaks and Eujins with authority. I bought it because I did not want to screw around with all the Condor Drama with its lousy valve back in the day.

    The Career underlevers just kill me with the faux engraving. This one is a plain Jane and a side lever.

    #28403
    cygnus-x-d82
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    the sumatra 2500R long rifle, gets my vote for normal calibers..they still have steel valves, and good relieability,and it accepts all pellets because of the way the magazine works

    the 909 in .45 for bigbore, most powerfull korean, quality is fine, loading is easy, and orings are easy to change as they wear out in the breech.

    i have played with 2 dragons….one the stock cracked after a days shooting…got replaced…the other broke when the customer finally had a chanche to hunting with it…breech was rouch one oring snapped, and a screw from the cocking arm fell out…and that was that hunt

    careers have new management, that think platck valvehousing are cool….they are not, and in most cases it just a matter of time before they start to leak

    evanix, looks nice but the powercurve is just insane….barrels are good though, they make barrels for the cheap FX’s in europe (in europe alot of FX rifles comes with a choise of barrel, LW or evanix)…barrels are not as good as LW or HW ones…but still pretty good or at least can be….but evanix rifles arent exactly cheap…and you can get a logun solo for pennies more, and while the solo doesnt have the power…it makes up for it in consitency and quality

    my choise would be a career 707 mk2 .22 long rifle that is the best of them all imho….but sadly no longer in production, and owners seem to like them too as i seldom see them on the market…its allways the carbine being sold 🙄 the career mk2 had problems too though….i had a mac1 tuned one….very accurate, very powerfull with powerrange from 8-83 fpe, and back when LDC where legal in Denmark…i had an ABS silencer on it it was very quiet at 40-45 fpe, where i got about 30 shots on a fill, by turning the powerwheel when ever the magazine was changed

    #29916
    sluggo
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    quote Cygnus X:

    the sumatra 2500R long rifle, gets my vote for normal calibers..they still have steel valves, and good relieability,and it accepts all pellets because of the way the magazine works

    the 909 in .45 for bigbore, most powerfull korean, quality is fine, loading is easy, and orings are easy to change as they wear out in the breech.

    i have played with 2 dragons….one the stock cracked after a days shooting…got replaced…the other broke when the customer finally had a chanche to hunting with it…breech was rouch one oring snapped, and a screw from the cocking arm fell out…and that was that hunt

    careers have new management, that think platck valvehousing are cool….they are not, and in most cases it just a matter of time before they start to leak

    evanix, looks nice but the powercurve is just insane….barrels are good though, they make barrels for the cheap FX’s in europe (in europe alot of FX rifles comes with a choise of barrel, LW or evanix)…barrels are not as good as LW or HW ones…but still pretty good or at least can be….but evanix rifles arent exactly cheap…and you can get a logun solo for pennies more, and while the solo doesnt have the power…it makes up for it in consitency and quality

    my choise would be a career 707 mk2 .22 long rifle that is the best of them all imho….but sadly no longer in production, and owners seem to like them too as i seldom see them on the market…its allways the carbine being sold 🙄 the career mk2 had problems too though….i had a mac1 tuned one….very accurate, very powerfull with powerrange from 8-83 fpe, and back when LDC where legal in Denmark…i had an ABS silencer on it it was very quiet at 40-45 fpe, where i got about 30 shots on a fill, by turning the powerwheel when ever the magazine was changed

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    #32817
    flyboyzack
    Participant

    What about the new Career Infinity? That looks like a promising gun.

    #32821
    rob3dr
    Participant

    I had looked at the Infinity, but to be honest, the general consensus from those who have them is that it’s not nearly as good as the older models… I dont know as I dont own one… just what I’ve read/heard.

    #32883
    flyboyzack
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    quote rob3dr:

    I had looked at the Infinity, but to be honest, the general consensus from those who have them is that it’s not nearly as good as the older models… I dont know as I dont own one… just what I’ve read/heard.

    Is that what you heard? I guess I can see that. I did read in a couple places that the .25 can pump out 75 ft lbs!!!!! Plus the gun looks really good and is the same price as the AF, with not all the features and accessories.

    #32910
    nuglor
    Participant

    I’ve got a Dragonslayer .50, a Sam Yang 909 and a Career 707 9mm Ultra. All are good guns, but I’m most impressed with the 707. The accuracy, features and power make it an overall winner in my book. Though, there’s nothing quite like smacking a target with a 1/2 inch ball of lead. 😆

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