AirForce Condor PCP Air Rifle, Spin-Loc Tank, Blue
For those of you who want the look, feel and power of a black rifle…but with color! Choose the Condor with a blue anodized frame.
The AirForce Condor delivers from 600 fps to a rip-snorting 1450 fps (in .177), and it’s recoilless! Accurate (1″ at 50 yards) and powerful, this PCP offers extreme flexibility. It has a 24″ Lothar Walther barrel (1:16 twist). You can also buy 12″ and 18″ barrels. Change-outs are easy and don’t require any special tools. Built in the USA.
NOTE: The .20 cal. pellets are slightly longer than the .22 cal. pellets of the same weight. Therefore, they drag in the barrel a little more and produce lower velocities. The quoted figures (showing the .20 cal. gun shooting slower than the .22 cal. gun) are actual test figures and are correct.
You’ll need an adapter to fill the reservoir with air. The type of adapter depends on how you plan to fill your gun. A scuba tank will require a different adapter than a hand pump or carbon fiber tank. If you use a hand pump, the type of adapter you need depends on the brand of hand pump you use.
Carrying an extra filled tank when shooting in the field is a lot easier than carrying a scuba or carbon fiber tank for refills.
The .177-caliber Condor has a special tank valve spring. If you plan to attach other caliber barrels to your gun, you may want to buy a tank made for the other calibers (.20, ,22 & .25 calibers use the same tank). If you use the .177-calIber tank with the other smallbore calibers, you’ll experience a drop of 50-100 fps in those calibers. However, if you buy the .20, .22 or .25 caliber but plan to also attach a .177-caliber barrel, you must buy a .177-caliber air tank. If you don’t, the tank valve spring will not close fast enough, and all your air will be dumped.
The Condor is a unique rifle because it’s both accurate and powerful. Lots of guns can deliver a tremendous impact but aren’t accurate enough to humanely dispatch game. The Condor does both…very well! In fact, it’s deadly accurate! Plus, you can dial down the power if you’d like to shoot it indoors. Practice at lower velocities in your basement or backyard but dial up the power to full throttle when it’s time to take down critters with authority!