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  • #1600
    roughboy
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    If you shroud your condor will the power still be the same or will it drop?

    #34709
    walkonking
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    Same. No drop on the ones I have made or use.

    #34729
    knifemaker
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    As Adam says, No drop! kinda feels like it with no Big Bang! How sweet it is!

    Mike

    #34757
    roughboy
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    Is a shroud the same as a silencer?

    Can you take it off and still shoot or is it permanantly fixed to your condor barrel?

    #34758
    teflontron
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    A shroud isn’t usually attached to the barrel, but rather it is attached to the frame and uses the screw fittings that the original end-cap used. It’s easy to take it on and off and will only take a few seconds.

    #37234
    waynejitsu
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    quote WalkonKing:

    Same. No drop on the ones I have made or use.

    Where do you get these at?

    #37256
    knifemaker
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    I under stand that Tony 266 makes a very quiet and well made shroud.

    Pomona Air Gun makes a good shroud. Mac 1 (I think), Air Hog makes a good one. But from what I hear, Tony’s is the quietest. Sorry. Only second hand knowledge here.

    Mike

    #37259
    waynejitsu
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    who is Tony 266 and how do I contact him?

    #37262
    ambush-hunter
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    It’s at the top of this page: talontunes.com

    #37283
    randyhub
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    As posted most of these shrouds are purpose built for Airforce air rifles and attach to the frame via allen screw not the barrel and will not work on powderburners.

    #37284
    sirjeigo
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    is it difficult importing one into canada?

    #37432
    savagesam
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    Does anyone know (for a fact AND can back it up with proof) if these are legal in CA?

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