M Sheikh wrote:my taklas go really high like highflyers that I need to use binoculars to watch them (without binoculars they're like tiny spec in the sky ) they fly for hours that high and tumbles ( double and triples) as well
After couple of hours high flight then they come down and start charging the loft and claiming up clapping and tumble (double and triples ) then do a circle around the loft, they repeat this over and over again for hours
Then come down and through the trapdoor.
I am pretty sure you are flying the birds in a kit from your description.
If so, seperate them fr flight.
As soon as you see a young bird do a combination or two it is time to fly them alone.
If this is not done, some Takla bloodlines will behave like highfliers.
That is probably why they are hitting 4 hours range also.
If they are flown alone, they will show you their real performance, which should be a lot better then what you are seeing right now.
Sounds like you already like their performance and with a change from kit to single flight you might be much more impressed with the birds in your hands.
If they are flown alone, they should start flying lower, perform much more frequently and each performance should improve in quality, strength and distance a great deal.
About 20 years ago I flew my young birds in a kit because of a bet with a Russian roller fancier around here.
Got the same deal you have in your hands right now.