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Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby pkransubhe » Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:21 am

Please answer I have percihole nx100 club elite, but now I want to change its spring with powerful Nx100 series for increasing its power can I change?



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby mundaire » Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:20 am

pkransubhe wrote:Please answer I have percihole nx100 club elite, but now I want to change its spring with powerful Nx100 series for increasing its power can I change?


Depends on the dimensions of the powerplant i.e. the cylinder of the two airguns. If they are identical, you should be able to swap between the two, if not then you are out of luck.

If I were you, I'd simply keep this one as it is and buy the other one as well ;)


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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby prashantjha19 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:11 pm

You seem to be in luck, BTW! :D
The powerplants are the same. You can swap this Club spring with the standard 40 rings (38active coils) one from Precihole, or any other aftrrmarket spring . Just be sure to only get one whose OD in standard length does not exceed ~19mm....and does not get coil bound at anything more than ~ 120mm, and you are good to go.
Good luck!

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That is, if you swap the gas ram with a coil spring.
As for deploying the NX100 Polaris gas ram, it's a simple swap job.



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby narach93 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:05 pm

Yours NX club elite has a nitro piston, not a spring. As you want to have a more powerful nitropiston, than the exting one, then go for a nx nitropiston unit having 60bar pressure. The preciholesports site's store section have nitro pistons of 40bar and 60 bar versions. If you want to put a better spring to get the same power as that of the 60bar nitro piston, then you can put a model 27 Gsmith spring. But for that you have to buy a regular piston, top hat and spring guide from precihole. Regards



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Valtea T » Sun Jul 15, 2018 3:34 pm

Hey guys,
Here i have a thinking on my px100 achilles about changing the barrel with club pro barrel .
So, if i changed the barrel, what you people say whether it would becone more accurate, long range or any other results?
If it is pissible to change, would you recommend for better performance?
Thanks in advance

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:56 pm

I think the barrel OD of Achilles and Club Pro are different



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby vast » Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:40 pm

Hi

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GNV wrote:I think the barrel OD of Achilles and Club Pro are different
Hi GNV
I wanna ask u something again & I hope U ll share it as soon as possible

Have u ever tried the (attached below) new batches of jsb heavy which r available in airgunindia, is it matching for px100 achilles or its different from the old batch
Recently Ive bought some pellets jsb heavy 10.34 from airgunindia but I can't try in my Achilles becoz Im out of station
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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby vast » Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:40 pm

GNV wrote:I think the barrel OD of Achilles and Club Pro are different
Hi GNV
I wanna ask u something again & I hope U ll share it as soon as possible

Have u ever tried the (attached below) new batches of jsb heavy which r available in airgunindia, is it matching for px100 achilles or its different from the old batch
Recently Ive bought some pellets jsb heavy 10.34 from airgunindia but I can't try in my Achilles becoz Im out of station
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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Metallica » Tue Jul 31, 2018 5:04 pm

Can i have basu sir and gnv's watsapp no
I want to ask some questions



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:55 pm

vast wrote:Hi

Added in 21 minutes 52 seconds:
GNV wrote:I think the barrel OD of Achilles and Club Pro are different
Hi GNV
I wanna ask u something again & I hope U ll share it as soon as possible

Have u ever tried the (attached below) new batches of jsb heavy which r available in airgunindia, is it matching for px100 achilles or its different from the old batch
Recently Ive bought some pellets jsb heavy 10.34 from airgunindia but I can't try in my Achilles becoz Im out of station
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Just now saw your above post.
I am using these pellets ONLY in mu Achilles and the performance is same as the old ones. JSB only changed the marking on the tin from CZ to M 47/08 to comply with their local laws. Even though the pellets seems to be a little harder than the old ones the performance is same and less number of damaged pellets in a tin.

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Kazim » Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:58 pm

hi fellow ifgians i recently ordered the precihole px100 achilles which will arrive in few days but now I'm facing a issue i bought a fx 4 stage hand pump few years back from relishsports which doesn't came along a hose connector like other handpumps do i use to connect my steyr lp10 air cylinder directly to hand pump by an adapter and as far as i know px100's air tank is not detachable so will i be able to fill it without the hose if anyone know where to buy one kindly do share it will be really helpful thanks in advance



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby GNV » Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:46 pm

There are many online shops which sell pump accessories like
airgunindia.com,
pcpshop.in



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Kazim » Sat Sep 08, 2018 11:03 pm

thanks a lot gnv i will look there airgunindia.com do have one but its for hill pumps thats why i was confuse about its compatibility with fx



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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby MPK » Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:47 pm

Looks like Precihole have finally decided to launch PCP pumps.
They have just announced on their facebook pagethat it will be available soon.
They haven't mentioned the price/launch date though.
My guess around 10k.

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Re: Review: Precihole PX100 Achilles

Postby Mojo » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:47 pm

Hi Everyone,
I just bought a PX100 Club Pro. The accuracy is great. Sharing a picture after taking 10 shots from a distance of 10+ meters in a prone position. Now I am not a marksman or a champion shooter. So please it with a pinch of salt.
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