Power Modding is available for all calibers. Gain another 80-150FPS.
All rifles are test fired for accuracy and velocity.
This rifle is a game changer…
Rifle is 7.7 lbs
Barrel is 22.5 long. CZ hammer forged barrel…
Uragan comes in a black plastic stock which is finished with an adjustable rubber butt plate. Rifle has a pistol grip that is suitable for both right-handed and left-handed users. Side lever biathlon reloading can be switched to the other side very easily. The Uragan includes two magazines which are inserted into the rear part and are identical to the Vulcan 2 model.
The rifle uses high-quality choked barrels to ensure accuracy. The whole barrel is shrouded with a 14×1.25 thread for an external silencer. The total length of the rifle is 830 mm with a weight of 3,5 kg.
The main dominant of Uragan is the air tank itself, which is made of composite material, resulting in lower weight and greater working pressure. The volume of this cartridge is 530 cm3. The maximum filling pressure is 300 BAR.
I’m so excited to have my new Uragan in my hands!
I want to give my first impressions but first give a big thank you to Tony at Talon Tunes for getting it to me! Thanks Tony, it’s everything I was hoping it would be.
I got the standard (not compact, not king) with a synthetic stock in .22 and had Tony swap in the Huma reg to get an overall larger plenum space. I told Tony that I planned to shoot pellets (not slugs) and wanted to be able to shoot up to the 33.9 grain Beasts to hopefully fight wind better when shooting longer distances.
I ran a small sample of the various weights I have on hand over the chrony just to see where we are out of the box as it came to me. I haven’t checked to see where things fall off the regulator to know where it’s set but Tony informs me that it’s not quite maxed out and there’s a little room to go up if I want to.
Here’s what I had on hand to test and their 3 shot average:
JSB 18.13 gr Heavy… 1043 FPS/43.79 FPE
H&N Baracuda 21.14 gr… 999.8 FPS/46.91 FPE
JSB 25.39 gr Monster… 933.4 FPS/49.18 FPE
JSB 25.39 gr (.216) Knock Outs… 914.5 FPS/47.14 FPE
JSB 33.9 gr Beast… 818.5 FPS/50.86 FPE
I started to do some testing at 30 yards to see what pellets it might like as it stands. I don’t think I’m going to get too in depth with testing and tweaking until replenishing pellet stocks gets easier. I just want to see what direction things are leaning for now. I haven’t been able to get any 25.39 Monster Redesigned yet to test and I have some .217 Knock Outs still to be tested. I tried the .216’s before the .217’s because I had heard they do a little better with the CZ chokes.
My first thought is that I’m impressed with how fast everything is shooting. Again, thanks go to Tony for doing the work to get me exactly in the neighborhood I was hoping to start in. Considering how fast the 18.13 Heavy’s are traveling, I’m surprised that they held as tight of a group as they did. The biggest surprise for me was how well the Knock Outs did and how poorly the Baracudas performed. At 30 yards it may not mean much for the Knock Outs at farther distances but the Baracudas either don’t like the barrel or the speed they’re leaving it. There may be some potential for more slug trials down the road for sure especially when the new “redesigned” versions of the Knock Outs start making it to more retailers. I am also looking forward to seeing how the Beasts do as break in continues and trying them at longer distances. The Beasts are a little too long to rotate in and fill the magazine so I use the magazine to hold a single pellet (load one, shoot one, pull the magazine and repeat). I’m going to start another thread to see if anyone has found any other ways to get the Beasts to play nice.
More play time to come, I’m just going to have to ration it out as I keep an eye on pellet stock.