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Kral puncher breaker bulpup.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by spcook, May 2, 2016.

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    Does any one have first hand experience of owning and shooting one of these air rifles?

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    I'd be interested in finding out more about these too. Was going to buy a Spa P10 but wondering if this is a better option, especially as it has side lever cocking which is much more suited to a bullpup.

    Bit weird that these haven't made much of a splash...very cheap for a bullpup of this spec and already available across loads of RFDs in the UK but no one seems to be talking about them? I hadn't even heard of it a week ago.
     
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    My local rfd had one in on Friday but it got sold before I even had a chance to go in and have a look at it. The rfd was saying he prefered it to the P10 but he didn't want to say that too loudly as he still had those in stock :D
     
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    Oh I just remembered Andys Range has a review up of one on You Tube.
     
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    handled one at welsh willys place,well 2 in fact. very compact, not too heavy,and although i like
    a bit of wood,the synth stock just looked and felt better.lighter too.good value id say. go for it.
     
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    Dealt with them before. Good service.
     
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    From a total gun tart POV I think it looks pretty grim, reminds me of the Bullpup conversions on rifles. That's down to the barrel not being shrouded, just looks all wrong to my eyes.

    Side action and price are a plus so if you're not a tart like me (then again visuals are personal so some may love it) then it seems reasonable value doesn't it.
     
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    For the money, I think it's pretty good and at that price, I'll put up with an unshrouded barrel James.
     
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    Probably because that is exactly what it is. The Puncher in disguise.

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    what Shaun says 100% agree, when I have the spare cash I am having one.:up:
     
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    So does anyone know if it's actually accurate? That's kind of all I care about to some extent...wouldn't want to replace my CZ200 with something less accurate.
     
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    [video=youtube;30HKjc3rCLs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30HKjc3rCLs[/video]

    8m50s to see it in action
     
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    Not too shabby.

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    Would have liked to see a longer string put through the chrono and see the spread. I don't think 12 shots as a measure of fps spread is a useful.

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    Very tempted to get one of these but I don't want to be the first to buy one and find out it lives up to it's name!

    I'd rather see reviews from owners on here as I'm never too sure about YT reviews where the reviewer has to keep the sponsors happy, plus it doesn't tell us what the long term reliability is like.
     
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    Looks good, but to me the only company that has it right are FX,
    All the cheap bullpups have the cocking under the chin, a wrong place IMO.
     
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    New Kral, used FX.
    Easy choice. FX every time.

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    That's what we need - someone that has had both so can do a genuine comparison.
    What problems did you experience with the Kral FX?

    Jim
     
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