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    DANIEL17

    When I shoot a shot string the first shot is  20 to 30 slower then the rest of the string. My first reg is 150 sec is 135 mirco is 4 and marco is 16 valve is on line 4. Is there something I'm doing wrong with my tune or is there something I can do to the gun to fix this problem?

    My settings are very similar but I have my second reg at 100

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    Spike22

    Hi anyone know where you can purchase fx guns in Los Angeles?

     

    you can go to top-gun airguns in Huntington Beach just checked out the website they have wildcats 
    15608 Graham St, Huntington Beach, CA 92649

    Click here for directions to our store

    (714) 907-0067
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    Im pretty sure the dealers also have to order from FX USA so might as well try and get your name on one of the back order list with FX USA if possible. 

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    if only something was invented that could be used during shooting to prevent loud noises from disrupting your ears. haha

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    I mean I hear you Goldwing, I don’t really understand (the magazine thing) they’re air guns. But then again I’m also pretty deaf in one ear (That darn global war on terrorism). To each his own. But with that being said was attacking the new product necessary? In reality they gave good improvements from one gun to another, and the second gun has different benefits in that type of stock. You saying  “Smoke and mirrors”  is you being upset cause your ears hurt. It’s annoying because comments like that deter people from trying out something they may not have tried before. Especially when the experienced people dog it for no reason. It’s like the big brother effect which is big on this forum especially cause newbies come here for the experience and knowledge. 

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    Hm, a Maverick in a Wildcat stock. Who’da thunk it? 

    Smoke and mirrors, really a Maverick in disguise, great, still have the magazine in your fricking ears 

    yeah, but there is a difference between this and the Mav. I wouldn't even say it's smoke and mirrors because in a lot of ways there are new features here. It's an upgraded version of the MK III. It's also got that bullpup nice carry feel for hunting and stalking that the Maverick doesn't have. Meanwhile, all sales are probably nice it's not like they're like selling a bundle of mavericks and wildcats full price and saying their 100% different guns. Even if it's somewhat the same gun it's 2 different styles. I'm a little confused why your taking this offensively or even feeling a need to be defensive. lol. If you prefer the Mav gets a Mav. if you like the old WC get that. 

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    I love using adjustable scope rings. I have the FX ones. They stay tight, with air guns it seems to be more necessary since you can max out turrets fairly easy trying to adjust for long ranges. IMO it’s a must have. 

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    Awesome!!!!

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    I can say mine has been pretty helpful in tightening my groups up some at 150 yards with the .30 cal M3

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    The Wildcat MKIII does not have an arrow kit. 

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    I would probably get a 600mm to be honest. 

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    Good question I’m not sure off hand but I’m like 99% sure you can get them from their website under schematics. If you don’t get a reply soon I’d def just call their technicians department it’s usually not a wait and those dudes are on point with info haha. 

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    Thats the American distribution and tech center. 

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    Hahaha no I don’t think so I’m in shallote 

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    Off hand shooting especially when it comes to weight I would suggest the dreamline in classic or traditional stock or even a Crown. The best shooting at 100 yards probably will come from a 600-700mm barrel in those and these guns are very well balanced. 

    I saw solo mention slugs again I would have to say FX for slugs I've seen some post of people trying to put that superior liner on various guns. cant beat that liner. 

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    ram2jeep

    I bet he said pellet.

    I feel like an idiot now, that never crossed my mind. Getting old sucks.

    Hahahahaha I dont know why but I laughed really hard at this. I felt this. 

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    CheckUrSix

    If FX was listening to our comments about things to fix on future guns as suggested  …  Why have they once more put the Trigger Safety on the butt of the gun, and  not next to your trigger finger???

    Additionally did anyone notice how the shooter had to loose sight picture re-move trigger finger to re-cock the gun toward the Rear of the gun Then require to get sight scope picture and trigger finger back into position prior to next shot…indeed the vid producer noticed and cut the applicable frames.

    The power and accuracy is very good and FX should be commended for that…. but again an UGLY bottle gun….however that is subjective. 

    Why does  FX  Not re-lease a Semi Auto in .25 cal With No Loss of sight picture until 10 or 12 or X shoots???…with that accuracy and power???

    The trigger is back there on some of the rifles because thats the bullpup style… a Famas has that safety style too. and the Polish AUG ( i think its polish)

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    Short and Long barrel options would probably go to the FX M3 with compact and sniper barrel kits, Its extremely universal, amazing accuracy, Quick tune is a god send and versitle. not to mention powerful especially in the .22 version. (Haven't really ever shot .177) plus if you really want to get power one day you have the slug power kit options and hybrids or slugs. 

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    This will be interesting to see how the electronics are auto tuning with this rifle on the .22's

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    I have the Helix and a Titan and a Hawke sidewinder, The hawke def. has some advantages and you can see why there's a price difference but tbh I love the Helix just as much and If I had 2 Helix and my Titan for my airguns and firearms I would not be upset. The Helix is great glass and those turrets are nice and crisp the only thing I wish Element came out with was 1/2 MOA clicks on their turrets I am not a huge fan of 1/4 MOA but that's not a deal breaker for me. I was always told in Marksmen schools to keep it simple and multiplying up at 2 Clicks per MOA is way easier than 4 Clicks haha

    Thats my thoughts on using the Helix Element series. I can say I cant compare the Vector Veyron since I havent used it, I actually don't know if I heard a lot about Vector, a lot of guys I know in the Firearms use Schmidt and Bender, Vortex, Nightforce… My dad was a sniper for 25 years, and still in the army just not as a sniper anymore I think he used Schmidt and bender and Leopold optics. 

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