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Taipan

Posted by Brian on 10/1/2015 to NEW products

Ugly duckling / beautiful swan

Huben K-1

Posted by Petr on 9/25/2015 to NEW products

The K-1 semi-auto is here. Reliable semi-auto and awesome power.

Ocelot

Posted by Petr on 8/22/2015 to NEW products
Looking for a Hunting pistol, or target pistol---The Ocelot is it.

Vulcan .25

Posted by Brian M on 3/31/2015 to gun reviews
This gun can shoot

LDC test

Posted by Rada on 2/23/2015 to articles
Ldc test

Vulcan vs. Colibri

Posted by Petr on 2/21/2015 to NEW products
The new bullpup on the block-----It's gonna make an impact !!!

TAU-8

Posted by Petr on 2/9/2015 to gun reviews
10m TAU-8

pointy pellets

Posted by Rada on 2/2/2015 to articles
Pointed Pellets... Worth the Trouble?

Accuracy while using different pellets

Posted by Rada on 2/1/2015 to articles
Pellet test

Quaterbore Cricket

Posted by Rada on 2/1/2015 to articles
.25 Cricket

History of AERON

Posted by Rada on 2/1/2015 to articles
Aeron history

Diopter sights

Posted by Rada on 2/1/2015 to articles
Peep sights

Bobcat vs. the Cricket

Posted by Petr on 11/3/2014 to gun reviews
I hear so much that the Bobcat is so good. I also hear the Cricket is so great. I now have both in .25 cal. and am about to put them through a test.

Compairing hunting guns

Posted by Rada on 10/12/2014 to articles

Choosing a hunting airgun

CZ-200 on CO2

Posted by Rada on 10/12/2014 to articles

Cz -S200 on CO2
The other day I stopped in TGAG workshop to see what is new. I noticed what looked like an adapter. Turned out it is a CO2 adapter for a S200 tube for CO2. It was interesting enough I borrowed it for my S200 in .177. And I am glad I did this turned out to be quite useful. First thing I did was a shot count at 160 shots I noticed a drop in my zero. Next came a chronograph test and for air my S200 shoots a JSB 8.44 pellet 858 foot per second. With the CO2 fill it will drop down to 507fps. Not that I am surprised since I am going from little less than 3000 psi to little over 900 psi. What I was looking for was the shot count and accuracy. I was not disappointed either way. Accuracy was same hole even though I was using pellets I would not consider the top of line anymore. Shot count about tripled which was great. I have access to lots of air from scuba shops near me. But I was thinking people that have to drive lots of miles for a fill this may make a lot of sense.
 Most small town have, I am presuming here, a welding shop or access to a CO2 source. Filling the tube is straight forward. Unscrew the air tube from the rifle, screw it on the adapter. Which is screwed to the CO2 tank. Invert the tank, if there is not an internal hose inside the tank. Open the valve wait for the hiss to stop turn the valve off, and you are ready to go. Foot pound of energy also went way down from 13.79 fps for air to 4.79 with CO2. So on CO2 the rifle became a 10 meter rifle. Also it became much quieter and made it apartment or backyard friendly.
 
 TGAG also modifies the S200 and has all sorts of upgrade parts for it. Here is a laundry list of sorts; Bolt; Brass, nickle, Anodized Aluminum Barrel Band; 10 mm wide and 20 mm wide Brass Anodized Aluminum Target trigger with brass or anodized shoe. Quick fill with front fill and manometer front with front fill. 12 shot magazine LDC 30mm or 22 mm Air strippers Stronger hammer springs. Metal stocks in field target or bench rest configuration. Also TGAG turns the S200 into pistols. They are bit larger then any 10 meter pistols but they will make it custom for field target. I had one made for free style silhouette shooting. It is a two tone black and silver and amazingly accurate. The choices of configuration are amazing. Thanks Rada

FX Boss

Posted by Rada on 7/9/2013 to gun reviews
FX Boss

Colibri/Hummingbird

Posted by Petr on 10/9/2010 to gun reviews

The Colibri / Hummingbird is here: But NOT in semi-auto. The design is ingenious ---A Swiss watch. It is made as a solid design; well thought out.

IN THE MEANTIME:

I have shot the new arrivals and they ARE NICE. The Colibri are quiet --quieter than the Cricket. The sounds is like you have a 12 fpe gun and not 30 fpe. Very easy to cock. It's hard to imagine there is a magnum spring inside. I shot them for accuracy at 30 yds and ----boring---the entire 14 shots mag empties into a single .25-.30 hole.

It turns out I like the Colibri A LOT. The Hummingbird balances nicely, and the large diameter air tube is very comfortable to hold. The bolt is just above your left thumb [right hand shooters] which makes very easy, quick access to the bolt to throw in another round. May not be as fast as a semi-auto, but it's fast. Because the gun balances evenly in your shooting hand you can almost keep the cross-hair on target while holding the Hummer with one hand

If the Colibri was available before the Cricket I would have pick the Colibri first! I personally like the style a little more----Yes I do have all of them in the collection including some Edguns and a Bobcat---but I like the Hummer the best. It's more sleek looking and it's a little lighter.

Some of the nit-picky things about the Colibri is: when you insert the magazine you need to be parallel with the top of the receiver, and another thing I don't like is... well----

that's it.

Shooting it I have yet to discover any weak points. The trigger is adjustable for the first stage take-up, but you need to remove the action from the stock. I have played with adjusting the power only a briefly and found out that if you tighten the hammer spring screw you loose power. So I left mine flush with the back of the receiver for 900 fps.

In the mean time the manual Colibri is available. It's quite the gun in and of it's self. 28-30 fpe, 70 shot form the regulator, adjustable butt pad, 14 shot mag. easy bolt action, light and compact.


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