|PCP rifle system||Bullpup|
|Cocking system||Side lever - switchable(left/right)|
|Magazine||10 shot in cal. 7.62 (.30)|
|Cheek part||Carbon fiber (included)|
|Barrel||600 mm (23.6“) long polygonal profile no choke, 12 grooved barrel with 760 mm (29.9“) twist|
|Fill pressure||300 Bar (4351 Psi)|
|Air capacity||350 cc|
|Charging||Quick charge system|
|Scope mount||Weaver rail|
|Safety||Manual trigger safety|
|Overall length||820 mm (32.3")|
|Weight||3.9 kg (8.6 lb) (without scope)|
Please welcome the brand-new KalibrGun Argus 60 CF PCP air rifle in our arsenal!
The Argus 60 CF is the latest bullpup to join the premium PCP air rifle category.
In the Argus 60 we have created extremely comfortable shooting bullpup that delivers on our promise to provide the ultimate shooting experience.
Our KalibrGun Argus 60 CF air rifle is equipped with a forged steel rifled custom barrel. The 600 mm (23.6“) long polygonal profile no choke barrel has 12 grooves and built-in multi-chamber sound moderator for quiet shooting. The Argus 60 CF, as well as our other air rifles is fitted with a weaver rail for mounting an optical or collimator scope.
The 7.62 caliber (.25) KalibrGun Argus 60 CF has a new 10-shot rotary magazine and allows you to change the operating mode of its magazine indexing. This design provides the standard automatic indexing you expect in a multi-shot air rifle and a secondary single-shot mode which stops the magazine rotation preventing the double-loading of ammunition into the barrel.
Additionally, the KalibrGun Argus 60 CF platform is the first to feature a new ambidextrous sidelever cocking system that can be changed easily to either the left or the right side of the rifle. The Argus 60 CF PCP rifle is equipped with a high-pressure 300 Bar (4351 Psi) air tank and has 350 cc of air capacity. The operating range of the Argus 60 CF air rifle is from 100 to 300 Bar (4351 Psi), surpassing the 250 Bar maximum of many of its competitors.
Our finely tuned regulators keep velocities extremely consistent (± 2 m/s or ±6.6 f/s) throughout the full operating range of the gun’s air cylinder volume.