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    Bump: $750 shipped

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    Bump: $800 shipped

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    I second the Caldwell Deadshot extendable. They also make a shorter one.

    That thing has pokers to stick into the ground and it is extremely stable

    The biggest con is it's not very portable

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    CHUCK

    BZapp7, the answer to your question is yes the trigger on your Wildcat can be set lighter than it comes from the factory, but the spring in the trigger assembly has nothing to do with it. So start out by leaving your spring alone! This is easily accomplished by adjusting the two screws on the forward end of the "triggerbase" which is located on the Wildcat parts diagram at location "A25". Before you start adjusting your screws you might want to take a close up picture of their current settings, and take careful notes on how much you turn each one so you can retrace your footsteps if necessary.

    The FX manual says that screw G deals with the resistance of the second stage. 

    Not trying to be a smart alec here, and I don't have a gauage for weight, but personally, I can't see or feel how turning that screw does anything for + or – resistance or weight. Please explain how if you belive it does.

    It seems to me that the spring itself gives all the resistance.

     

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    Got some of that PTFE Lube. This stuff really works!

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    Ok, awsome, I will look into that! Thank you

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    Awsome- ill find some of that. Is ptfe a safe all-round airgun lube?

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    Cool, way to break up the fx & daystate thing.😁

    So im guessing .22 red wolf + 25.4s, or fx .30 + whatever they shoot best, are the best pellet b.c. combinations. Safe assumption?

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     This Monster grouping is one of the best what I have saw yet.

     

    Also I am thinking that  it is typical grouping for extra long/heavy pellets shooting  with too slow twist rates ( 1-16” to 1:25” ) barrels which are designed   for standard pellets.  Low stability value cause some ( 10-30 % ) flyers.

     

    My  questions are if slow twist standard pellet barrels may stabilized them much better ( no flyers at all )  if they  have/use:

     

    1. more freely  bore  and  if yes why
    2. selected Monsters/Beasts/Piledrivers

     

    Ok. I got exited after I saw the Red Wolf guys shooting them great. I guess they aren't for my Royale. 😞

    I  really need to find out what the bc is for them guys shooting the 25.4s with the expensive Red wolfs..maybe I should get one..lol

     

     

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    douger

    what speed are you shooting the 25.4 at 

    My gun shoots the 18s at 870. From there the 25.4s shot at less than 750…I forget exactly what velocity

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    Yeah. Some people could choose to have a civil talk but no…My former boss used to say:"Do whatever makes you feel good"….I suppose that is their approach

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    Here are 18s and the redesigned monsters at 50 yards.  12 shot groups.  The 25.4 grain monsters did better than I expected.

     

    Ditto…I got almost exactly the same groups with the 25.4s. They show potential but I don't think I can deal with the 30% of shots that end up out of the one hole group. Do you think inaccuracy is caused by the deformed pellets or some other issue? I had the idea to shoot them sorted but that is probably impractical considering the amount of deformed skirts.

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    So what is anyones best guess: will shooting the 25.4s at 870 potentially fix accuracy issues? My theory is that the harmonics may improve since the 18.1s are accurate at that velocity. Id have to mess with the reg though as I have the velocity screw maxed out. 

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    Something I thought of but have not found out yet…Does the x barrel stay as clean as the original smooth twist, since it has more rifling? 

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    Shooting beyond 100 yds. is a massive challenge for an airgun. At that range do not consider anything less than a .25 cal or an equally wind affected .22

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