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Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:01 pm

Cost of compressor is 21K including shipping by FedEx IE. FedEx charged me 6,847/- as customs duty claiming that it paid that much on my behalf. But they didn't give me the original customs duty receipt. Only gave me a FedEx invoice. Cost of the compressor is $205 and one extra connecting hose with 1/8" BSP Female adopter is $10. FedEx IE Shipping cost is $ 109. = $ 324.00. Normally the connecting hose that comes with the compressor has a Female Quick Connector. You can tell the manufacturer which connector you want when ordering the compressor. But I ordered the extra connector hose. FedEx delivered the delivered the package to my door.



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:54 pm

At 52 yards. JSB Heavy 10.34 grns pellet at 150 BAR.
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JSB Heavy @ 52 yards.jpeg


PX-100 Achilles is a real value for money gun. I am completely satisfied.
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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby maanbirsingh » Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:58 pm

Thank you for sharing a complete review (y) , details the pros and cons very nicely.



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby maanbirsingh » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:54 am

GNV wrote:At 52 yards. JSB Heavy 10.34 grns pellet at 150 BAR.
52 yards.jpeg
JSB Heavy 52 yrds..jpeg
JSB Heavy @ 52 yards.jpeg

PX-100 Achilles is a real value for money gun. I am completely satisfied.


Hi GNV,
Sir, thanks to your reviews I've booked a Precihole Club Pro, I figured if the regular PCP is so good, the Club Pro model will be a great entry level competition PCP.. It will get delivered sometime in November, and hopefully I will be able to use it in December when I visit home.. though I'm not capable of doing reviews as detailed and factual as yours, will definitely share my experience once I get my hands on the Club Pro.

Thanks again and happy shooting!

Regards,
Maanbir



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:07 pm

Dear All,

I went through some videos of hatsan AT44 and BT65. It appears that the Power of the gun can be increased or decreased by adjusting the hammer spring using an allen key. Is it possible to do similar experiment on Precihole PX100.

App sabko Vijaya Dashami ki Subhecha,

Mayank Banerjee



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:23 pm

When you increase the power the number of shots per fill decreases.



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:30 pm

GNV Sir, you are absolutely correct. If i use a heavier pellet and wish to push it till 75 yrs or 100 yards i would need more energy. it has to be more than 16 joule (for heavier pallet) for a flatter projectile till the desired range.

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:20 am

I was advised not to discuss power modifications in open forums



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby narach93 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:34 pm

Dear GNV. Pl suggest a PCP pump of a manufacturer of reputation suitable for PX100 Achilles. I am very impressed by your knowledge as well as style of narration.



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby narach93 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:37 pm

Dear GNV. In your opinion, which among these rifles has more power - Diana 350 panther / Diana 460 or PX100 Achilles ?



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Basu » Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:54 pm

And that is a real wise decision.

Basu


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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:43 pm

GNV wrote:I was advised not to discuss power modifications in open forums


Please accept my apology. I was not aware of that.

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Mayank Banerjee



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:13 pm

narach93 wrote:Dear GNV. Pl suggest a PCP pump of a manufacturer of reputation suitable for PX100 Achilles. I am very impressed by your knowledge as well as style of narration.


Hill Pump Mark -IV is available from airgunindia.com for 16.5 K.
You can purchase Chinese Clones from aliexpress.com at much lower prices.

GNV




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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby satvender » Tue Oct 03, 2017 6:34 pm

hello everyone..nice to view so much info of Achilles here.I have it from past 3 months,enjoying it on my farm,using only precihole "sting",cause have 5k of them,brought along with Achilles




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