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First Outing; Agt Uragan Compact

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

  1. littleJon365

    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    Best bet mate, no point in messing around with it when they should have checked it first.
     
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    frankcatsdad Unsuccessful Bengal Tamer

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    They are not releasing a laminate version :(
     
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    pellpax have taken the uragan of their shop listing now for some reason
     
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    keithy Posting Addict

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    Just put heavier pellets in it if you want more power, thats all you have to do with a vulcan 2 which is a very similar action. Why mess with the regulator? The hammer spring adjuster is there for fine adjustment.
     
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    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    I've sorted mine myself. I don't want to break any forum rules by posting how I did this.
    Suffice to say, the groove on the restrictor is sized to allow the smooth transfer of x amount of air. The restrictor also overrides the ability to increase power. Removing it causes the guns power to swing all over the place because the transfer of air is not done in a smooth fashion.
    Ideal scenario is to have a correctly sized groove in the restrictor.

    Edit. Ideal scenario is to have a correctly sized groove in the restrictor, for the power you want. Yes it would be easy just to use a heavier pellet. But what if your gun doesn't like them?
    The adjuster gives you way more power than just fine adjustment. The gun is designed such that it can be used for FAC. The restrictor is there to limit the power below 12ft/lb but it is too restrictive IMO. You should not be limited to use the heaviest pellet available to achieve 11ft/lb.
     
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    my uragan compact with hugget belita its 15629320273906684522006902994528.jpg super quiet and looks like one piece wit the shroud
     
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    Looking good there Blister.
    Is the Belita a lot quieter than your AGT mod?
    What did Pellpax do to sort your gun?
    Happy?
     
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    Guess I must have been lucky.
    Groups excellent with JSB heavys and pushes out over 11.5.:up:
     
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    yes alot more quiter then the agt mod. pellpax never sorted it but following the dog's advice i am getting a consistant 11.15ft lbs on each shot with jsb heavys and i can turn the power up for the lighter 8.44 to achieve 11ft lbs.
    its super accurate with both weight pellets.
    card spltting at 25 meters :)
     
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    that's excellent news I'm glad you eventually sorted it.
    Pellpax collected it? What went wrong,have i missed something? Been away a while.
     
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  11. the dog

    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    Im loving mine. The rats dont like it though.
     
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    Blister Busy Member

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    i was not achieving 11ft lbs with 8.44gr pellets
    i sent it back and they said its because i was not using heavy enough pellets
     
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    jps norton One Hit Wonder

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    That is not a credible reason for not achieving 11ft/lbs :confused:
     
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    the dog Petrol engines do NOT like diesel

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    The restrictors are wrongly sized.
     
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    Main thing is your happy with it now.
    Enjoy!
     
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    i dont think you will get that with 8.44gr even if you adjust the hammer spring
     
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    I think your right.
    I'm more than happy sticking with the heavy's, haven't tried the lighter exacts but would of thought it will be about late 10's or 11ish mark which would be fine.
    Well happy with the gun:) One of the first new guns along with my Kozak that 'touch wood ' I haven't had any grief with.
    Just fitted my grip[took 4 weeks from USA] just over 4inch long and folds horizontal, saves holding the bottle and nice and sturdy only $30 in US but cost £45 through Brownells,worth it though.
    Very happy so far.
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    Got a pic of the grip. Mine arrived yesterday and I’ll take a pic later. Nice to handle and as a rest under the bottle.
     
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    I'll have a go at pics tomorrow.
    Anybody got any tips on how to post pics for a simpleton!

    Did you get another grip then Jon? Thought you already had one off the bay?
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    First one I got didn't quite fit right as I made a few moderations to it that didn’t quite work out! Ordered another and learnt my lesson and now works a treat
     
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