A review of SDB Xena

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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by Basu » Sun Feb 16, 2020 7:00 pm

MNA wrote:
Sun Feb 09, 2020 5:25 pm
Thanks, in continuation to the query, what is major deciding pros and cons of vx 100 and sx 100, which one is better.
I own a px100 but want to have a springer as well.
What would be the best choice under 20K for 70 yards shooting
PX 100 & SDB Xena are proven PCP & springer.
Advantage is that both the ARs can be repaired easily in India.
Based on received informations both the ARs have potential to match international standard in respective segments.
Choice is yours.

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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by GNV » Sat Feb 29, 2020 9:59 pm

I still say that XENA is better than any other Indian Springer or NP powered AR. I purchased both XENA and ATHENA and I sold my ATHENA. Performance is more important than price when the price difference is very small. In the end performance only matters. I still say that ACHILLES is a world class gun in its specifications and performance. And I would never sell my Achilles and I would never consider any other foreign gun for a sub 15 ft-lb PCP. for accuracy and power.
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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by Nagarjuna.C.M » Sun Mar 01, 2020 2:09 am

Is this gun has enough power for pest control ?
What is your opinion about Aarmr hurricane Xtreme and Xena?

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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by GNV » Sun Mar 01, 2020 8:59 pm

I have not shot the AARMR Xtreme so could not tell anything about it

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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by sam 47 » Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:30 pm

dalvipravin wrote:
Fri Feb 07, 2020 1:54 am
Hi Sam,

Can you measure the length of the same screw in your Artemis when you get time ? If the screw is not supposed to touch the cocking arm then what it's there at first point ?

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Sorry for the delay ,I finally had time to disassemble Xena, and the screw in it is about 8mm long. And the screw doesn't touch the cocking lever even after completely tightening it.
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Notice the gap between the compression tube and cocking lever with and without the screw. The cocking lever ultimately has to snap back into position, and hence the noise when screw becomes loose. I hope these pictures are helpful.
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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by Basu » Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:12 am

Another master piece from machine and man behind the machine... :cheers:



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Re: A review of SDB Xena

Post by dalvipravin » Sat Aug 01, 2020 1:13 pm

Yes that's master piece ...there is another video showing the accuracy of Xena ...

Excellent grouping and excellent Shooter !!this is enough proof of SDB Xena's accuracy ..

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