AirForce Condor SS .22 caliber – Airgun Review by Rick Eutsler / AirgunWeb.com
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Today we are taking a look at the AirForce Condor SS in .22 caliber that was provided by a regular viewer of AirgunWeb. In the past, you could never have shot the AirForce Condor in a semi-urban environment. Heck, I remember testing the old Condor when I lived in the country and thought it was too loud. This new version has all the power but none of the noise. I’m amazed at just how quiet it shoots. Our time at the range was not ideal, but we still almost pulled out a 1″ group at 50 yards. I have no doubt, that with good conditions, the Airforce Condor SS .22 should be a 50 yard airgun, maybe even a 75 yard gun!
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AirgunWeb is a leader in Airgun Reviews and Information. Airgun Expert and Critic Rick Eutsler, has been testing and reviewing airguns, pellet guns, bb guns, and various airsoft airguns since 2006. In this video AirgunWeb will be reviewing and talking about the AirForce Condor and testing accuracy out to 50 yards.
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