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    Butch
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    Probably going to have to say the caliber of the gun to get the correct answer. 

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    I have 2 of the 3 you’re considering. Both my Impact and Red Wolf Safari are 25s not 22s. I have taken coyotes with both. That being said the big thing is if you’re going to be stationary most of the time or walking? With lots of walking then go with the Impact because of it being shorter. Mostly stationary the Red Wolf as I find it easier to be accurate and comfortable to shoot from a bench. 
     

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    Steve, 

    The reviews you do are great in my opinion. As we all know the same gun doesn’t always shoot the same and my good or bad experience with such gun doesn’t mean that the next person will have the same experiences with “same” next serial number gun. 
     Your reviews have always been honest and straight forward. 
     Please keep doing the reviews and I among many will continue to watch. 
     

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    I like it. 

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    Sounds like had a breech seal bad and or a chrony acting up. 
     

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    Pretty cool Nate. Good video. 
     

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    That’s some good shooting at 30 and with a little more practice it’ll look like that at 80. 
    Nice job. 
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    Use soapy water around the air fittings and bleeder to check for leaks. A cut oring in the female foster fitting can do this. 
     

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    Should have a Email address to reach Donny and he answers very quickly in my experience. Really great guy to deal with. 
     

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    Those guns are excellent shooters and you picked up one with a very nice stock. 
    congrats.

     

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    This is great because I hate where mine is at now. 
     

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    Great video. I own both in 25 and agree with everything you have said. 
     

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    That’s cool and definitely want to see the results. 

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    That is one pretty gun. If it is shooting great why do you want to change the cal to a 25? 
     

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    The only real advantage I see is the quick adjustability and possibly the 2 regs. 
     

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    Gonna be a silly question but have you tried it with your factory pellet probe again? Have your checked the breech oring?

     

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    Seems to me that the first thing to try would be add more hammer spring tension till until your spread drops. If the speed is to high by that time you will need to lower your second reg and try again. 
     

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    This is where I order mine from and it was at my house in about a week. 
    https://www.airrifletuning.com/

    You need to measure your spring ID before ordering.

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    This oring will keep you from having to use loctite. Oring size is 2.0×1.5. My adjuster is still completely usable and has not budged in over 1000 shots. 
     

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