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Old December 12th, 2010, 12:43   #46
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i can hit a 2 foot target at 250 feet with my upgraded G&G m4 its just the quality of your internals, the bb weight, and hop up/barrel. its not impossible.
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Old December 12th, 2010, 12:56   #47
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250-350 FEETTTTT DUDE ARE YOU STUPID????????????? I HAVE A Ruger Airhawk (canadian version) shoots at least 550FPS and its a 4.5mm= smaller less air resistance and heavier because its lead and shape like a bullet for aerodynamics!
+1 Armen.

I'd be REALLY lucky to get a decent grouping at 250 feet with an olympic grade target rifle shooting 495 FPS (I don't have a PAL so can only use <500FPS air rifles) using supermatch pellets.

Although I don't know about that FPS increase leading to tighter groupings, but whatever works for you (as long as you keep it within your local fields limits so everyone has an enjoyable and safe day).
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Old December 12th, 2010, 13:05   #48
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Its challenging but doable with a good AEG.

Just a matter of knowing how to tilt the gun to counteract the wind, and usually a good burst will assure a hit on a mansized target.
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Old December 13th, 2010, 12:57   #49
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I have owned around a dozen Krakens (6 right now) and rent them out all the time. I would say get a kraken. Downgrade the spring (or cut a few rings off) shim and relube the box and you will have few to no problems. I have had a some of my guns for a few years and anything that's broken has been cheap and easy to repair. I have had no regrets buying a Kraken.

www.mechbox.com is a great guide for getting the AK apart and back together.
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Old December 14th, 2010, 17:43   #50
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Yeah I can shoot down targets that are a good 200 feet (ish) away. Just gotta use the right angle and hop-up settings. Course this Manitoba wind doesn't help half the time but you learn to counter it. It may take more than one shot to hit the target but hey, it's a cheap gun. Kinda like comparing a Dodge Neon with a Honda Civic.
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