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Vulcan Bull Pup Gen 4

5 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Vulcan Bull Pup Gen 4

Airgun Technology does a great job of keeping the Vulcan up to date, taking owner feedback and technological advances and incorporating them into an amazing bullpup. As a result, the following improvements are new to the Gen 4:

  • Redesigned stock
  • Higher Quality Wood
  • Adjustable Shoulder Plate
  • Integrated Accessory Rail
  • Threaded Shroud End Cap
  • Air Tank volume is 260 cubic cm (15.8 cubic inches)
  • Better Trigger Internals
  • Improved Regulator

Vulcan has taken a good design and made it better. Starting with top-quality CZ hammer forged barrels for accuracy and a regulated pressure design this is sure to be a winner. In general, the side lever is a great design, but for a bullpup it’s awkward to reach behind your ear to cock and load the gun. The side-bolt where the bolt can be switched from left-side to right-side is a smarter system.

With an overall length 26 3/4″ and just over 6 lbs this is a bullpup in the truest sense.

With a 250 bar fill [can fill to 300] you get over 60 regulated shots at ~30 fpe. Two 11 round magazines come with each pup.

  • .22 = 11 shot mag
  • .25 = 9 shot mag
  • .177= 13 shot
  • Barrel length = 450 mm – 17.71″
  • Air Tank volume is 260 cubic cm (15.8 cubic inches)
  • Maximum Pressure = 250 bar – 3625 psi
  • Overall Length = 680 mm – 26.77″
  • Weight = 2.9 kg – 6.39 lb

Hard Cases Are included in this shipment.

Every Vulcan will be tested for function and accuracy before it is shipped.

From Dennis….10/20/2015

PS…The newer Vulcans do not have the Ping/twang of the first generation or the second gen that were shipped to US in June this year. And as for Tony’s commitment to the products he sells and his customers ….it is unmatched by any other Airgun dealers that I’ve worked with in the past! I’ve had the opportunity to own 2 Vulcans one from June. Tony was a pleasure to deal with and helped me get satisfaction from the Manufacturer. Thanks Tony!

And:

I received my 22 caliber Vulcan from Tony with the Hawke 6.5-20×44 already set up and zeroed at 35 yards. It came in a nice hard case. The gun is a joy to use and is incredibly accurate. With the cocking handle ahead of the trigger it is also very easy to load another pellet without adjusting my hold or take my hand off of the pistol grip. I expected the cheek weld to be uncomfortable, having owned only air rifles with a wooden stock, but I was pleasantly surprised that it is actually fine. The metal is cool on my cheek but not uncomfortable at all and I can still get a good cheek weld for easy positioning for the scope. I know I said it already but it bears repeating because it is so important in an air rifle: it is very accurate! It is a lot of fun tossing a pellet at 50 yards exactly where you want it, with ease. Soon I will take the Vulcan to the 100 yard range to really stretch its legs. Thanks Tony for a great product, well prepared and we’ll packaged.

Additional Information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 20 x 12 x 3 in
Caliber Size

.177, .22, .25

8 reviews for Vulcan Bull Pup Gen 4

  1. 5 out of 5

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    First of all I want to Thank Tony at Talon Tunes for doing such a wonderful job with getting the Vulcan out to me after the long wait. Package arrived with no damage and was double boxed. Inside was the Vulcan with its plastic case with foam padding inside. Nice way to ship this kind of gun. After opening box I saw the carefully packed Vulcan laying there in sheer beauty. The stock in my opinion is gorgeous.
    My very first impressions are as follows. This is a direct comparison from my .25 Cal synthetic Cricket as I have not owned any other 25 gun.
    Out of the box it took little time to figure out how everything worked. Mags were easy to insert and will loosen up a bit with time. I can load a clip with one hand no problem. Not so with cricket.
    Bolt actually cycles nicely to load pellet but it does take a bit of effort to push pellet all the way in. With cricket it was the opposite. Cricket was hard to pull back to load and easier to push pellet in. I did get cricket to cycle quite smoothly and I’m sure Vulcan will too once a bit of care is taken to polish the parts involved.
    I did find myself reaching over to look for bolt as I was accustomed to when shooting cricket and was pleasantly surprised to have cocking lever right there where I wanted it. That is hands down the best move yet.
    Tony supplied me a one hole group at 30 some yards and that had me really excited for a new gun. I had a busy day and didn’t think I would be able to shoot it too much so I did a few dry fires and would say the hammer spring made quite the twang. You could not hear the hammer spring on the cricket at all.
    After supper I went and mounted SWFA FFP 3-15×42 scope with the burris inserts to get me as close to POI as possible. That took me 3 tries and had it within 3 clicks. Phew was glad that was over.
    I took a fresh tin of Air Arms 25 grain pellets as I figured I will use them for my break in period and keep the kings for later. To my surprise they did very good. I emptied all four clips and refilled gun and finished setting up scope.
    The Air Arms pellets easily grouped about half to ¾ inch at fifty yards shooting from my truck with a small bean bag for support. I can tell this beast is a shooter and will be tough to outdo.
    Before I took gun out I ran about 8 patches through barrel to make sure its clean. Will clean it up later when I have more time. Barrel was dirty but the last patch wasn’t that bad.
    I took to the road and quickly there after I took 5 birds in a row at 50-40 yards and I will tell you I was stroked. Trigger is nice and crisp the way I comes but I like it a bit lighter so I will adjust this later. Cricket trigger was not bad but defiantly not as crisp.
    Gun is so small that it makes by 22 cricket look like a semitruck. It’s really really is the gun I was looking for.
    As for quiet…. I would say it’s quieter than 25 cricket for sure even though its shooting a bit hotter.
    The sound coming from spring makes it tough to judge. I know when I dry fired it before I had scope mounted I did point it in the direction of birds sitting on trees and fired a few shots and they didn’t budge. Cricket was much louder I would say at 930 fps.
    As for accuracy it beats the cricket in a heart beat out of the box. It took me months to get cricket to shoot half as good.
    I have this coke aluminum pop can beside some concrete pieces that I take practice shots with my 22 cricket. Its 90 yards away. So I take a few pokes at it with Vulcan and couldn’t tell for sure if I had hold over right so I picked a spot on concrete and fired two shots. I could not tell where they landed so I drove up to pile and went over and looked and was amazed what I saw. Two pellet markings 1” apart shot from my truck with bean bag on my knee. Simply amazing. I didn’t take picture as I didn’t have phone on me at the time and was a bugger to get there to begin with. So my first observations are very positive to say the least. This gun is a shooter no doubt.
    The clips are not too bad to load but can load 2 cricket clips by the time I do one Vulcan clip.
    The gun is new and stiff so it will be a while till everything gets worked in. It’s unbelievable the way it shoots. I also find that I get a small puff of air in my eye when I fire gun. I will have to check out what gives. I will move scope back a bit too as its too far forward.
    Comparing the two rifles it’s night and day difference.
    Cricket is too big, too heavy and too long.
    I bought them from 2 different vendors and comparing to what I had to do to get cricket to shoot good is a night mare.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Leo, I purchased my 25 cal from Tony at Talon Tunes (talon tunes.com). I got mine during the shipment that arrived in June. When I started looking at them back in March there were 4 distributors marketing them: Topgun, Talon Tunes, precision Airguns and Wild West Airguns. I’m sure they will also be selling when a new shipment comes in….I’m hearing that the price will be different…but who really knows. As for me I found Tony to be more attentive to my buying needs. As this is my first and only PCP and I didn’t want to buy some project that I would be working on all the time. Tony told me that he does not ship a gun without testing it first because he dosent want to have to deal with quality issues either…. Ie he wants to stand behind what he is selling so nothing leave his store without testing. That was very appealing to me! The others were basically non-responsive for a 3 day period while I was calling them. Anyhow the gun came to me from Tony with a 26 shot string from his Chrony, it was tested to make sure no air leaked out of gun. He sighted it in at 30 yds and sent me the 8 shot ragged hole card board. When the gun came to me, I open the box, the scope was mounted in UTG quick release scope rings, I mounted onto the rail went outside and shot a .5 inch CTC hole with 10 shots! Needless to say I’m very satisfied with my Vulcan 25 because it is a quality gun, but Tony was a big part of making sure the gun would be ready for use when I got it. FYI, I’m a country boy born, raised and still living in Alabama. An avid hunter for past 35 years and have taken much game with Fire arms.

    over and out
    Beach-gunner (Dennis)

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Hello Tony

    Received my Vulcan today and everything arrived safely and it is a beauty. Appreciate your careful packing and service. I will definitely be a repeat customer.

    Regards

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I purchased my Vulcan 25 cal from Tony and Talon Tunes a few weeks ago in June. I’ve gone through a little over 700 pellets since and the gun has amazed me with its performance. I’ve been hunting and shooting since my childhood and got re-introduced to air guns about 12 months ago. Purchased a springer in February and shot it often and upon learning from various forums the accuracy of PCP’s….well I took the plunge and WOW. Anyway here is my target from today as I stretched the Vulcan out to 100 yards.

    The manometer shows 180 bar and I’m using Air Arms 25.4 grain Diabolo Field pellets, shooting from prone position using Harris Bipod. First shot to lower right of the card board using 50 clicks of elevation on the Hawke sidewinder 4026 6.5 x 20 half mildot scope. Adjusted scope 8 more clicks and let go shots 2, 3, 4 and 5, there is a 5 to 7 mph wind at 90 degrees. Point of Aim (POA) is the bull and the shots drifted right of bull as you can see. Started holding to the left of bull 1/2 mildot and let go shots 6,7,8, which landed just above the bull’s eye. Last and final shot number 9 screwed things up….I guess the wind let off or I just pulled it…$%#@!
    See pics here…
    http://www.airgunnation.com/topic/vulcan-100-yds-amazed-me-today/

  5. 5 out of 5

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    I received my .25 caliber Vulcan yesterday from Talon tunes it came double boxed and a hard case very nice shipping. I opened up the hard case there was: the manual, hose, stickers from Talon tunes, a fill probe, two 9 shot mags, 5 shot group at 30 yards which was about one hole, chrony string, and of course the gun. The gun has a Turkish walnut stock that is very beautiful I’ve heard of people not being able to see the wood grain but on mine you can it looks very nice. I’ve shot the gun quite a bit since i first got it and i think it’s pretty much broken in: the bolt has smoothed out some, it feeds the pellets a bit better, and one thing i did notice when the gun had finally broken in was the ping from the hammer hitting the valve has either gotten to be a longer or louder sound but still it’s not to bad. The barrel length is 450mm or 17.7 in. It is also shrouded an let me tell you that shroud helps a bunch! i took the shroud off and shot it once and i quickly put it back on, definitely louder than a .22 lr without the shroud. So i took the gun outside sited it in with the Simmons whitetail 6.5-20 (just a scope i had available) and it took about 8 shots to get it sited in very easy then i proceeded to do a nine shot group in the center that was one big hole and this was just resting off of a couple of pillows. Then i stretched it out to 55 yards and it did pretty much the same thing with nine shots except for one stray but that was my fault, it was definitely under a half inch. I brought the gun in side measured the scope height to 2.11 inches typed it in to the ballistic software with all the other information took it back out side to a hundred yards, it said four mil dot of hold so standing up resting on a fence post i picked out this twig i saw and pulled the trigger and the twig just broke in half, so i thought maybe that was just a lucky shot reloaded picked out another twig and snapped that one! I haven’t done any groups at a hundred yards with it yet but i have a feeling this thing is going to be good i didn’t even clean the barrel yet. (forgot to mention this is with the JSB 25 grn’s). Today i brought it to the farm and shot 36 birds in total and my longest shot was around 85 yards just about every time i pulled the trigger a bird went down this is not what it was like with my Disco i could also get about 4 nine shot mag’s off before it got down to 140 bar. Also i was surprised to see the trigger was plastic it’s a sturdy plastic and i don’t think you have to worry about it braking, i don’t have any thing to measure the pull wait but it’s lite. And sorry guys i don’t have a chronograph so judging from the string Talon tunes gave me it should be shooting at about 920 fps. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask because I’m not sure if I’ve covered everything.
    http://www.airgunnation.com/topic/25-vulcan-impressions/

  6. 5 out of 5

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    I received my 22 caliber Vulcan from Tony with the Hawke 6.5-20×44 already set up and zeroed at 35 yards. It came in a nice hard case.
    The gun is a joy to use and is incredibly accurate. With the cocking handle ahead of the trigger it is also very easy to load another pellet without adjusting my hold or take my hand off of the pistol grip.
    I expected the cheek weld to be uncomfortable, having owned only air rifles with a wooden stock, but I was pleasantly surprised that it is actually fine. The metal is cool on my cheek but not uncomfortable at all and I can still get a good cheek weld for easy positioning for the scope.
    I know I said it already but it bears repeating because it is so important in an air rifle: it is very accurate! It is a lot of fun tossing a pellet at 50 yards exactly where you want it, with ease. Soon I will take the Vulcan to the 100 yard range to really stretch its legs.
    Thanks Tony for a great product, well prepared and we’ll packaged.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    Eric 3/24/2016

    Hi Tony,

    Just wanted to let you know that today I finally received the Vulcan. I want to thank you for your great customer services such as testing the gun and provide us with information regarding accuracy and power of the gun, also I really really liked the fact that you installed a foster adapter on the quick fill probe.

    I´ll be a repeat customer for sure, and I will also recommend you to any of my friends that want to purchase a high quality airgun with the added bonus of great customer service.

    Keep it up!!

    Eric

  8. 5 out of 5

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    5/10/16
    Hello Tony:
    I received rifle yesterday and wow…what a beauty! You did an excellent packing job and the fit and finish of rifle and scope are superb. I am also impressed with the spring loaded UTG quick release scope rings. They are much nicer than my Leupold quick release rings I have on my .22 rifle. It is nice to see someone who sells top of the line products and makes sure everything is perfect before the customer receives product(s).

    I saw on some YouTube videos where you had included a t shirt. Did you forget mine??!!
    LOL

    Thank You,
    James T.

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