May 24, 2008 at 2:42 pm #2207
Just thought I’d post a couple pics of the current “family”
From front to back:
18″ 9mm condor w/ 890cc tank
.177 TalonSS w/ shroud
.25 cal TalonSS w/ barrel, hammer, & shroud by Anthony.May 24, 2008 at 8:29 pm #39563bikincrazy52Participant
What kinda shroud is that you have on the gun in the middle? I like it!May 24, 2008 at 9:35 pm #39566quote bikincrazy52:
Not positive exactly what it is, acquired second hand. I do like the stubby look and will be working on a design of similar dimentions (Short/Fat)when my lathe/mill comes in this month. I am told that it is from a Stealth (uk talon). For having no baffles, it is pretty effective. Look forward to improving the idea and maybe making it available for sale if there is interest. (already committed first prototype to TT for testing when I get it built).May 24, 2008 at 9:46 pm #39567bikincrazy52Participant
I will take one if you get it made before I conjure up the dough to get a lathe/mill. Could you possibly take some pics of it not on the gun? I would like to see how it fits in the frame.May 24, 2008 at 10:43 pm #39569
about 1″ long reduced diameter, same as factory endcap, slips into frame and secures with grub screw. Will get pics next time it is taken off.May 25, 2008 at 6:10 am #39580silentsParticipant
Nice family picture. How does the 9mm condor shoot?? Where did you get the barrel? Could you take a picture with the breech open so I could see how big the inside diameter of the barrel is? ThanksMay 25, 2008 at 11:06 pm #39597rabbitsParticipant
a family that leave,s devistation behind it .nice mateMay 26, 2008 at 12:08 pm #39615quote bikincrazy52:
Couple pics of the stealth can.May 26, 2008 at 12:38 pm #39616quote SilentS:
.25cal on left, 9mm on right
Pellet comparison: .177 Hobby, 31gr .25 Kodiac, 124gr 9mm home cast, recovered 9mm after blowing through treated 2×6 and taking a chunk out of the cinder block behind it.
As to how the 9mm shoots; just got it, only roughly sighted in. Going to shoot over chrony today (hopefully) and try to get a couple 25yd groups. It uses a massive amount of air, won’t be shooting it as much as I’d like to till I get my air fill setup working (got a cf tank, waiting for fittings). Did I mention LOUD; sounds like a small bore shotgun, doesn’t ring the ears, but is enough to consider wearing ear muffs. Have to pick my shooting times and space out shots so as not to bother neighbors too much until I get a shroud of some kind made up for it.May 27, 2008 at 2:46 am #39653silentsParticipant
shrpshotr28 Holy sh-t that barrel is huge. The 9mm makes the .25 pellet look small. What are you shooting with that cannon??? 😯May 27, 2008 at 5:23 am #39659photo22Participant
Good looking family you got shrpshotr28
😀May 27, 2008 at 6:02 am #39660quote SilentS:
It’s just a high power can crusher at the moment. Just got it in the last week, and no bulk fill tank yet, still pumping by hand. As soon as I get my cf tank up and running and add a shroud for the neighbors, I’ll get it dialed in and hope to do some hog/coyote hunting this fall.
Our AL regs for muzzle loader say .40cal or larger so may have a back door to do some deer hunting with one more upsize of the barrel (says nothing of “blackpowder muzzle loading rifle” just .40 cal or larger. Love to take a deer with the Condor. I’d have it mounted reguardless of size just for braggin rights.May 27, 2008 at 9:24 am #39665waynejitsuParticipant
That is so cool!!!
Makes me want to start collecting the AF line:)
I see the bird stand in the back, I will have to show it to my wife, I like it too:)May 27, 2008 at 2:11 pm #39671walkonkingParticipant
That looks great…
Clean off that rust and puts some diver silicon on there and it will stay rust free!
Nice guns!May 27, 2008 at 2:22 pm #39673quote WalkonKing:
I hear ya, tough to keep up with here in the south, humidity and all.
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