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Kalibrgun Capybara

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ibo7, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. badgerginger

    badgerginger Well-Known Member

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    I love the look of the gun, I had the colibri and that was a cool gun in my eyes, Its one gun I do regret selling, but hopefully this is an improvement on the colibri design. If the semi auto kits come out, it will make it a serious threat to the steyr pro x especially if it remains 18 shot capacity, will I get one, hell yes, I luckily got the last one from balistas, due to be delivered tomorrow.:):cool:
     
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    You lucky beggar!!! Do let us know what it's like and plenty of pics!!!!:thumb:
     
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    I defo fancy one but I'd prefer a black version over the wood stock .
     
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    Black would defo look badass:thumb:
     
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    here are some pics of my capybara, its fitted with a spartan bipod and I have made a silencer adaptor and have tried a Huggett and a fatboy ronin on it for looks. The scope is an ffp delta stryker. All ready to zero, once the rain and wind ease off, handling wise it is very well balanced and pointable, build quality is good as you would expect for the £1400 the gun cost, like it or loathe it, all comes down to personal taste, I think it looks awesome! just wish it was also available in .177 and .25.
     

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    where did you buy it from very nice
     
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    I got it from balistas , ordered on sunday, delivered to home on Thursday am, not bad 4 days.
     
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    That Fatboy looks good on there . :thumb:
     
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    Agreed ! Needs something chunky upfront or it just wouldn't look right with that square shroud.
     
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    Exactly mate,that Fatboy on there improves the look of the gun without a doubt .
     
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    Looks absolutely stunning! I'd love to know how loud it is without a mod on it.
     
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    Any more owners of the Capybara? I'd love to hear updates about it
     
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    mine is very accurate, using it off a bipod yesterday, typically one hole groups at 40m, and when pushed out to 100m I managed to hit the base of a coke can 5/5 allowing 2inches for windage. it prefers 18 gr jsb jumbo heavies to the 15.9 gr jumbos. I have some hades coming net week so would be nice to give them a try. I will get some lower mounts to bring the scope lower in relation to the barrel and I have opted for the tier one bipod which mounted further forward than the spartan and gives a very stable platform. The magazines are simple to load up, giving 18 shots, just make sure the mag is inserted the right way as it has a groove in one end which locates on a ball bearing in the breech area. It is reasonably quiet as standard but I prefer the addition of the donny ronin which silences the gun further and looks great as well. The trigger is precise and predictable as with the cricket models, which all helps towards accuracy, power is adjustable using the hst So far very impressed with it, I hope the weather improves with the wind dropping off to shoot some proper target cards.will post some pics later.
     
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    Overall this pup would make a great hunter, Range gun or just fun plinker, high shot count and v accurate, at sub 12, or if you have an FAC it would be an ideal longer range hunting rifle or would make an interesting bench gun at long range. My only criticism is lack of .177 cal availability, as it would be ideal sub 12. Not going to mention SA capability!
     
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    It's just stunning, best looking gun around in my eyes:thumb:
     
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    badgerginger is it wider than the Vulcan, I had the impression the stock is very fat/ wide.

    It seems you managed to round the square shroud lol
    Looking good
     
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    I had both the Vulcan 2 models and if my memory serves me well, the Vulcan 2 is a bigger gun all round, check out pics. the capybara is similar in width to the kalibrgun mini carbine P1010049 (1).JPG P1010044 (1).JPG P1010087.JPG P1000854.JPG
     
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    if you remove the front stock is it very much like the KG Colibri right, more like the uragan thats a bottled gun.
     
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    I think it's basically a successor to the Colibri, it's very similar in design that's for sure
     
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