Zbroia is made in Ukraine and is a top quality gun, below $900 in price. Once you get to hold and take a good look at this gun like I have, you will see it should be $500 dollars more in price.
I find all points of this gun is the highest quality you can find at any price. It has a choked rifled barrel, the air supply is regulated and the trigger is adjustable and breaks like glass at less than eight ounces. It has a anti double feed 10 shot magazine and it is just a simple disc with two 0-rings on the outside, no moving parts.
There are little touches I found that I like. The cocking lever and the side of the receiver have a magnet imbedded in both of them so that when you close the lever, the two magnets help to keep it shut so you don't shoot it while it is open and blow the breech seal. The cocking stroke is the smoothest I have used yet, it is very hard to tell if you closed the lever on an empty or loaded magazine. The gray laminate stocks have a flawless wood to metal fit and overall satin finish. Other parts in the gun are brass instead of plastic, and the list goes on.
To compliment the quality build and finish is the amazing accuracy these guns provide without being pellet fussy. As seen in the pictures, sub 1/4 inch groups at 40 yards with two different pellets are the norm.
Bottom line, is these guns look and perform at a level nearly twice their price.
If you are looking to get a great quality gun at under a thousand dollars the Zbroia line is a clear and easy choice.
Charlie Frear, Georgia Airguns
Full length 550/220 Zbroia with pellets
Zbroia Kozak 550/220 Tactical .22 caliber
Out of the box max usable velocity with JSB 18.1 grain, 895 FPS
With Georgia Airguns Powertune adds 100 FPS
270 BAR fill JSB Exact, 18.1 grain 32 shots, Average 931 FPS, High 944, Low 910, Extreme spread 34, Average deviation 9 FPS
Zbroia Kozak 450/220 Tactical Lever Action PCP
Factory Performance, Max FPS with JSB 18.1 Grain, 905 FPS.
After Georgia Airguns powertune, approximately
40 FPS gain, with no change to factory reg setting.
Georgia Airguns Performance testing:
260 BAR fill, 44 shots, Average 914 FPS, Average Deviation 5 FPS, Low 900 FPS, High 927 FPS, Extreme spread 27 FPS
Max FPS with 15.9 grain, 980 FPS, Max FPS
with 18.1 grain 945 FPS Off reg at 130 BAR
Zbroia Kozak 330/180 Tactical Lever Action PCP
Factory Performance, Max FPS with JSB 15.9 Grain Exact, 905 FPS. Georgia Airguns Performance testing: 260 BAR fill, 45 shots, Average 876 FPS, Average Deviation 5 FPS, Low 869 FPS, High 882 FPS, Extreme spread 13 FPS Max FPS with 15.9 grain, Off reg at 125 BAR
1/2 x20 thread on end of shroud
Large easy to read well marked pressure gauge.
Adjustable cheek piece
Rare Earth magnets located on both the receiver and cocking lever to keep action closed during the firing cycle, thus avoiding a blown breech seal.
Trigger, safety and cocking lever all ergonomically located.
Free floated airtube to eliminate point of impact changes
Flush embedded brass cup washers for stock bolt's.
Zbroia Kozak Fully Compact 450/230 Lever Action .22 cal PCP
Performance after Georgia Airguns powertune, approximately
40 FPS gain, with no change to factory reg setting or hammerspring setting. Georgia Airguns Performance testing:
260 BAR fill, JSB 18.1 Grain, 45 shots, Average 912 FPS, Average Deviation 3 FPS, Low 907 FPS, High 920 FPS, Extreme spread
13 FPS Max FPS with 15.9 grain, 1005 FPS, Max FPS with
18.1 grain 950 FPS, Off reg at 130 BAR
Zbroia Kozak 40 yard test target
Zbroia Kozak Fully Compact 550/290 Lever Action .22 cal PCP
Performance after Georgia Airguns powertune, approximately 90 FPS gain, with no change to factory reg setting or hammerspring setting. Georgia Airguns Performance testing: 260 BAR fill, JSB 18.1 Grain, 80 shots, Average 930 FPS, Average Deviation 7 FPS, Low 917 FPS, High 956 FPS, Extreme spread 34 FPS Max FPS with 15.9 grain, 1068 FPS, Max FPS with 18.1 grain 1025 FPS, Max FPS with 25.3 grain redesign 910 FPS Off reg at 115 BAR
Adjustable hammer spring tensioner