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    These are my top 10 accessories for a Talon/Condor… interesting to hear what others think… not counting the obvious… a scope….

    In no particular order…
    1. shroud or pickle the frame, to include venting the bushings… shhhhh!
    2. Bubble level. The scopes set so high, you need a bubble level at least to center the scope and it’s very handy for longer range shooting and for groups.
    3. Wokbutt… at the price Adam charges for these, no Talon should be without one.
    4. Tri rail adapter or other high riser… without it, ergonomics just suck…and the B-Square ultra high adjustable mounts are a pain in the ass.
    5. Grips… Bodi, Fabian, and others make them, or you can make your own…or use an AR15 grip.
    6. Bling from Tony… at least some kind of Tony bling
    7. Trigger mod. DIY or let Tony do it in a tune. You need it. You want it.
    8. Chrony. How are you going to chart your mods without it.
    9. light/laser… dont ‘need’ it, but it looks damn cool!
    10… misc tools and such… feeler gauge for setting tophat, dovetail to weaver adapter for mounting stuff…

    What did I miss? It’s late so I know I’ve missed something…………….


    I can’t live without my bipod.


    bipod…damn! I knew I was forgetting something!!!!!!!

    You know, I dont use mine as often as I’d like, but I do use it as a stabilizer to give the front end a little weight for offhand shooting.


    Safety and Trigger were my two biggest immediate complaints.

    My warranty lasted less than 2 days I guess. Full trigger mod, pollishing, and extending the safety button for one finger release.


    A bubble level is a great tool to have if it’s setup right.


    I think a .25 barrel is a must. At least 18 inches. Even if you don’t use it all the time, there are going to be times when the superior weight and energy of a .25 pellet will come in handy for larger pests. Oh yeah, and a sling.


    I think an RWS muzzle brake is a good option if you can’t get a shroud.

    I enjoy a 18 inched .177 barrel to go with it too.

    CO2 adapter is fun especially if you have a high output regulated tank.

    A pellet holder is a good option to keep track of shot count.

    A scuba refill station is key 🙂


    That weedy little RWS thing cannot be effective on a Condor, surely!

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