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Question RE. Logun Eagle

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Andytattoo, Apr 4, 2014.

  1. Andytattoo

    Andytattoo Donator

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    My logun eagle came from a lad that new nothing about the rifle and me having never fired pcp's took a chance and bought it, had it at the gunsmith and he was getting 11 lb/ft average over the chrono over the course of the day i left it with him, when i picked it up i asked how many shots per fill and he couldnt say off the top of his head, ive searched all around and cant find an answer that satisfys me, some say 60 others say 90+ , can anyone shed any light on this? I understand its not as simple as a number but a rough idea , or am i already in the ballpark?


    All the best

    Andy
     
  2. larryking28

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    Very roughly you are looking at about 60 shots max in most .177 rifles I would say.
    That is VERY rough though and things like a R10 or Rapid etc with a buddy bottle will of course be higher.
     
  3. Andytattoo

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    thanks mate, mine is in .22 and im just trying to work out how many shots i get at full power, i have a springer now so not to worried about running out just want to know the rifle a little better, shes incredibly accurate and eats any pellet happily. could do with it being a bit lighter but cant have everything i suppose haha
     
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    At a guess in .22 would be 60max, these have narrow cylinders and I'm not sure how efficient the mechanics are....
    Shoot a target once filled and keep shooting it till the shots drop off and that's roughly your shot count...
     
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    Looking at the cylinder size I'd reckon more like 30-40.. only way you'll know is by putting a full string over a chrono ;)
     
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    Eagle shot count

    Out off mine i get 72 good shots at 11.2 fpe in 22 cal,they are narrow cylinders but they are long, hope that helps,atb Dave
     
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    Nice solo stock
     
  9. Andytattoo

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    thanks for the reply guys you have cleared that up for me.

    all the best

    Andy
     

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