What's the weight? Full of air, no scope.
Hajimoto, is this an un-choked pre-production version? It's probably been beat to death at this point, but I can't remember. I do have a .25 NOE 22 grain wadcutter mold, but not sure how it would do at the higher velocities this rifle is capable of.
Wayne... I think that video would better serve us if it was done on a production model and not a prototype.
The only time pressure is on the port is when the valve is opened during the shot cycle. The is no constant pressure on the port. The port adjustment only restricts the air flow through the post during the shot cycle. A leaky port seal will only affect applied power to the pellet because some will leak out of the seal.
If I were to own one it would be the Cuda Standard in .30 cal.At this point I really can't justify adding another caliber gun (it would be my first and only .30).All my needs are filled with the 4 calibers I have.... .177, .20, .22 and .25.If I shoot each one of the guns I own one per day it would take me more than 3 months to shoot them all... If I were going to go any bigger in bore it would most likely be .45 or higher... go big or stay home. I really don't have a use for anything that big other than the novelty of owning one. I have powder burners to handle that task if it presents itself.