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First Outing; Agt Uragan Compact

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by littleJon365, Jun 16, 2019.

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    45 shots 50bar
     
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    1561311493804753329765202120779.jpg tested with hugget and the hammer spring is louder then the sound of the muzzle break but the agt silencer looks nicer
     
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    Go long go long we need more info
     
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    the hugget is about 2 or 3 cm shorter then the agt silencer with it on
     
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    Cool
    I actually meant shooting at longer distances and feeding me some more positive info regarding thus
     
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    Where are these available from mate @littleJon365

    Nice Post and gun
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    Ordered mine from BAR but loads of others can order them in depending where you are.
    Really impressed with mine so far. Still early days though but I’ve taken it out a few times now and not just punching paper.
     
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    These are fab guns, really happy with mine.
    177 Compact.
    Mine has the hard case and I can just get it in with the Nikon efr 3-9x40 which suits the gun well.
    Like John I'm waiting for a grip to arrive.
    I've put on a Donnyfl tatsu mod, to me it sounded a fair bit quieter than the AGT mod and takes off another 2 inch. When taking it out it fits perfect in my 5.11 LV M4 Shorty rifle backpack which are brill and very discreet looking,but not cheap.
    I will post some pics when I get the hang of it:(
     
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    nice one,,im looking forward to more reviews
     
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    Managed to get mine zeroed today with a pard 008 on top. Another chrono shows it running at a constant 10.7 (put 20 pellet string through it) which is a bit light for my liking so I will have a play with it later in the week. Accuracy wise it's bang on, just a tad light on power.
    Nice rifle though, solidly built, cycles smoothly, magazine is solid and easy to load. Very happy bunny.
     
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    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    If anyone finds any information on the regulator, please let me know. Mine is a bit light on power at 10.7. I would prefer mid 11 for hunting. I could tweek the hammer spring adjuster but that's a work around for me an not ideal. The one thing that lets the rifle down is, ironically, not the rifle itself. It's the handbook that comes with it. There is a schematic of the internals but it only describes o rings and screws despite all parts having an id number.
     
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    mine runs at 103
    i would only adjust the hammer spring to 11+ i wouldnt touch the reg. on this gun its you dont have to adjust the hammer a whole lot very little to get it to 11.
    when filling my uragan with a hand pump
    i had to fill it with it cocked on the first 2 complete fills to 300bar but now i can fill it as normal without cocking,could this be the reg breaking in
     
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    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    Not sure blister.
    Another thing I find strange. Why have some been supplied like yours with a restrictor fitted and others haven't? My compact came to the rfd two hours before I picked it up. They hadn't touched it and chrono'd it at my request, quoting 11.2 which I think was a porky as I got mid 10s back at home with the same pellets.
     
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    It will depend what country it came direct from. Different laws are only 6ftlbs across the EU so maybe a restriction because of that. Really, when it lands it should be tested, something I’ve said many times before about RFD’s not checking. Maybe ask Pellpax why? I’d have sent it back after paying all that money.
    My one from BAR has worked flawlessly from the start. Set at 10.9 which I Didn’t have a problem with. I will increase it though, at some point.
     
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    are you sure you can increase the power to 11+ and it's not restricted!. i am happy with mine i am starting to get consitancy of 11.03 and accuracy is spot on so no point sending it back realy.
    mine also likes RWS SUPER DOMES which are all round better quality then jsb's at the moment.
     
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    Thanks mate
     
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    Using JSB heavy I'm getting in the mid 11's so I'm happy with that.:)
    Not sure if it has a restrictor on it, haven't taken the stock off, no need:)
     
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    I was all set to aim for an Uragan Compact but now I've seen the Edgun Lelya I'm leaning more towards that.
    Decisions, decisions....
     
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    rememeber the leyla is free hand only with the edgun matador you will be able to put a bipod on it
     
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