I like the way it looks. I like the way it shoots. I like the way it shoulders. I like just about everything about it and I'm happy. I don't see the need to try and compare it anymore. The whole purpose of this was to let people know what I thought and that's what I've done. You bought a bullboss and you let everyone know how much you enjoy it. I have a feeling you won't get many trying to compare it to no end with any other air rifle out there. There will always be a bigger or better something out there. You just have to be happy with what you have.
Quote from: AllAmerican on March 09, 2017, 01:21:56 PMI like the way it looks. I like the way it shoots. I like the way it shoulders. I like just about everything about it and I'm happy. I don't see the need to try and compare it anymore. The whole purpose of this was to let people know what I thought and that's what I've done. You bought a bullboss and you let everyone know how much you enjoy it. I have a feeling you won't get many trying to compare it to no end with any other air rifle out there. There will always be a bigger or better something out there. You just have to be happy with what you have.AllAmerican, have you taken it out to longer distances... Maybe past 50 yrds?I apologize if this was already stated. I scrolled past most of the side talk and may have missed it.
Porting valve , breech block, trigger work, baffles added. I'm expecting it's going to be pretty smooth and with a bit more power and quieter than stock. Will post when it arrives and I have a chance to give it a work out. This is coming right from Wicked air guns so I really have no basis for comparison to a stock Kral. I'll have to get together with someone near by once the weather breaks so we can compare. Allamerican if your interested shoot me a PM.
You guys make jokes at my expense?When, all I was doing was trying to facilitate a public discussion to compare bullpup options,that would benefit everyone in the community?Well, I'm laughing out loud too.But, it's because you, your time, and your money are actually Beta testing the Kral PB and modifications for me.Once you guys go through all the "growing pains" and R&D,I'll pick up a Kral too......at a discounted price, that's perfected, thanks to your time and money.So, thanks buddies. Regardless, looking forward to all the Kral PB research and development data being posted in this thread for my benefit,along with everyone else.
He got himself banned here too.
Quote from: ezman604 on March 21, 2017, 02:34:51 PMHe got himself banned here too.Sorry to see this. Dissenting opinions help temper expectations (though disruption kinda goes awry of the Forum rules).
dissenting opinion is debate, in an adult fashion .. Example "Guys , Id like to really have a conversation about Xyz gun over yzd gun, i cannot understand why people like xyz"Typical post I saw " The kral is plain garbage , go to heck , get a bullboss!"
Finally had a chance to shoot the .25 cal over the chrony today after installing the Picatinny rail mount. 3/4 inch was the perfect height for my high rings. It pops up to the shoulder and the scope is immediately at the proper eye relief and ready to go. I shot 60 shots (amazing how even the last 6 or 7 shots didn't vertically string. The graph below shows 50 decent shots at 15 yards. Hole on hole groups with no fliers. That will no doubt change as I walk the thing out to 50 yards of course. My Puncher Breaker is shooting at .25 cal 25.4 gn JSB an average of 727 fps, generating 29.87 fl-lbs. Not as much energy as I would like, but I have no desire to try to match the Condor SS in speed and power! 60 shots on one fill is just plain fun! But, it looks like I'm going to send the gun to WAR for a larger port and silence mod, after all. Not in a big hurry, and have to save up a few bucks first. In the meantime, I'll enjoy shooting the heck out of this thing. Oh one more thing, the link pin in the cocking arm backed out and milled a shallow slot in my aluminum receiver (darn it I knew I shouldn't have forced it to cycle!!). The pin was mis-machined and the screw threads didn't full engage the linkage. I filed down the pin shoulder a bit to better engage, and used a tiny drop of super glue in the thread area. Will purchase Loctite red and rework later. Always something with air guns. I've owned quite a few PCP and springers and I really like the Kral. Its not a $900 to $1400 bullpup, but the Puncher Breaker is a lot of bang for the buck.