Another new Rifle that I treated myself to its a BSA Scorpion T 10. currently hovering over 11.5ft lb with FTT 14.66 grain pellets and as accurate as you would expect it to be, 15 inch barrel. just fitted a blast tamer and got 80 shots from a 180 bar fill
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Bought a .22 Kral Puncher Breaker Mk2 few months ago with scope and silencer then couldnt get on with all the energy required to pump it up so bought a mains power Chinese HP Pump which works a treat. No idea of the velocity as no way to measure it but it seems to have some hitting power. Trying out different pellet brand and weights at the moment but Diablo Exact Jumbo and Jumbo Heavy seem to be the favourites at the moment for accuracy and hitting power.
No photo at the moment but will post one up later.
I've got a BSA Ultra SE which I bought a couple of year ago but haven't really used much. Using a stirrup pump is hard work, which pump did you get?
Cant remember the name but will see if I can find the user manual and let you know. Its a few minutes of time setting up because it has a water pump for cooling as the compressor gets scalding hot very quickly which is not good because hot air expands and then contracts on cooling so without it you would loose quite a bit pressure and damage the compressor . Worth it though not to spend 20 - 30 minutes huffing and puffing with a stirrup pump.
I have a mk4 hills pump with a moisture trap and also a 7 litre botle. I got the pump due to the lock downs and not being able to get bottle filled at the gun shop as they were closed, pumps are hard work but they work I tend to use a heavier pellet in my rifle as the lighter pellet are not as effective in a PCP I use Hades and Biesley Magnums.
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I'll stick to the pump lol, don't use it enough to spend that. Have to think of it as a workout
someone had a fair few quid going spare, nice bit of kit though, be interested to see how well it works