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My big bore air guns 
PostPosted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 11:41 pm Reply with quote
sandman
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Here are my big bore air guns. They are Daq's build on the crosman frames.

The top gun is a 9mm outlaw
The 2nd gun is a 25. outlaw
The 3rd gun is a 9mm co-2
The 4th gun is a 25. co-2 gun.

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Here is the bore of the 9mm co-2
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Here is some 71 grain ooo buckshot I use for the 9mm.

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And lastly here are some 9mm pellets the one the right is 77 grains & the left one is 60 grains.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:36 am Reply with quote
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Well- you know we have to ask:

What is/are the outputs on those things (fpe and velocity)? Effective range for reasonable accuracy? What are you doing with them- just for fun or hunting? If hunting- what sort of game?

Also- the Co2 9mm- how large a tank do you connect to it, and how many shots before consistency drops off?

And- nice. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:55 am Reply with quote
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well the 9mm outlaw is a 115 fpe gun, shooting 115 grain bullets.
60 grain pellets shoot @ 850 from a 12 inch barrel.

the 9mm outlawspcp guns get 3 shots filling the tube.

the 25 outlaw is a 75 fpe gun shooting 24 grain pellets @ 1360 ft/sec, from a 14 inch barrel. and 6 shots.
and i use #3 buckshot @ 1000 ft/sec

the co-2 guns use hpa from a paint ball tank & hose
the 9mm co-2 gun is now doing 42 fpe shooting 77gr. pellets @ 500 ft/sec

lastly the 25. co-2 is a 25 fpe gun.


here is a 2x4 i shot with the 9mm outlaw at 25 yards & different ammo.



here is the back side of the 2x4 Shocked


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 2:12 am Reply with quote
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I noticed you had a pic with two of your guns with hammer adjustment knobs on them- how much output adjustment do they allow (i.e. range, high-low)?

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i gained 25 ft/sec with them, i used a heavy spring with them.

you adjust them at pretty good, range over a 200 sec/ft up or down.


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Really nice, sandman.

I don't know anything about the Outlaw, but the grips look really close to a 2240, have you ever experimented with after-market wood grips for any of them?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 4:57 pm Reply with quote
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thanks. Shocked

they are the grips of the 2240 all of them.

the outlaws all daq, but the crosman frame & grips.

the other co-2 guns use all crosman parts but, breech & barrel.

i have been thinking of the nice wooden grips lately, i may have to get some soon!

they are alot fun, i shoot almost everyday, i shoot in my basement 25 yards long.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2007 10:31 am Reply with quote
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hi , great looking little guns you have , what psi do you put in them ? i have many 9mm mostly rifles , i have been thinking of using the 000buck , just wanted to ask you what is the od on the balls , one compony told me they are . 350'' , do you find their tight enough ? most of my guns like the eui jin's which are about .36'' on the skirt end .
i don't want to sound rude , but how did you get them to shoot so much faster then the people who make them ? i assumed they were made for top speed by Quackn .

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Foster fill.. 
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Hi there Sandman.. was wondering where you get the foster fill.. thats a 1 way quick release fitting ,, right .? , need a few of those myself .. by the way I love those cannons you got there ..


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 3:56 pm Reply with quote
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jezx wrote:
but how did you get them to shoot so much faster then the people who make them ?


easy the gun were made to shoot heavy ammo, the 9mm outlaw was set up to use 125gr. bullets Shocked , so use light ammo then get faster ft/sec times!

i use 000 buckshot=350 od, =64gr.

and use 360 od buckshot =71gr.


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wondering where you get the foster fill..


just go to any paint ball store or go on line they sell them.

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