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Ordered FDPCP

Discussion in 'Air Rifle & Pistol Discussion' started by tkerrigan, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. tkerrigan

    tkerrigan Jefferson, OR Member

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    Ordered a Flying Dragon PCP rifle today, should get it middle of next week. $100 is the price. Regards, Tom
     
  2. tkerrigan

    tkerrigan Jefferson, OR Member

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    Went out the other day and put some over the chrony. Using 14.3 premiers it did 939fps for a high. Only does about a 15 shot string due to reservoir size. Sure shoots hard for only filling to 1600 psi. Regards, Tom
     
  3. welder

    welder Scappoose New Member

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    That's a great price. Keep us informed on the build quality. A range report would be nice.
    I shoot the Marauder rifle and pistol. Like them both but the pistol gets shot more. Keeps the rats out of my wood piles and fun.
     
  4. BoringCruffler

    BoringCruffler Boring, OR Member 2016 Volunteer

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    I hadn't ever heard of that one. I don't see how you can argue with the price; I also just ordered one.

    Thanks.
     
  5. tkerrigan

    tkerrigan Jefferson, OR Member

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    If you go to the website below, there are quite a few threads discussing these guns. Apologize in advance if links are not welcome here. Regards, Tom

    http://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?board=135.0
     
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    Artpro Salem, OR. Artpro Bronze Supporter

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    Artpro Salem, OR. Artpro Bronze Supporter

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    The Ruger Airhawk is being retired. I bought a 22 cal. FDPCP also from Flying Dragon and I'm really impressed with it. I also picked up a 80 cf. scuba tank on Craigslist, plus a tank yoke fitting and filler hose on eBay. Now all I need is a stepdown regulator and I should be GTG. Starlings, BE VERY WARY this spring.
     
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  8. Qjay

    Qjay Vancouver, not BC, Washington, not DC Active Member

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    Man, I feel like I really missed out on this one. Price is $165 now for the only ones I can see.
     
  9. tkerrigan

    tkerrigan Jefferson, OR Member

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    http://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?topic=70544.0

    Yesterday evening on the GTA classified forum, a .177 and a .22 with TKO owner had about 6 weeks and all looked good. Advertised for $160 shipped for all. I was beat by three minutes. I do already have a .22 and it is very accurate. Regards, Tom
     
  10. Qjay

    Qjay Vancouver, not BC, Washington, not DC Active Member

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    How is it holding out, long-term?
    Are you still shooting it regularly?
     
  11. tkerrigan

    tkerrigan Jefferson, OR Member

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    I put it in the rack about a month ago and haven't had it out since. Too much to do now, just got done changing my Shelton compressor from gas powered to electric. Much quieter now. I have about 70 guns so it's hard to pay attention to all of them. Regards, Tom