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    I’ve had a .22 WildCat for a couple of years now.  It has been totally reliable, other then some regulator break in time when I first got it.  Very accurate and perfect for eliminating unwanted critters around the house. I live on 1.5 acres with great neighbors, but the WildCat for me was a little too loud, so I fitted the full FX LCD pack and now very quiet. It adds to the length but the FX LCD weighs almost nothing.  For the scope, I went with the Accushot 4x16x40 mm.  (The one with the angled front lens shrowd). Good looking scope, Great glass all the way to 16 magnification, compact, comes with rings, and $139 on Amazon. 

    IMHO, The WildCat is about the best bullpup out there.  It’s weight is quite low in the bullpup arena, very accurate, high quality, decent price and shoots at 30 fpe.

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    Maecella69,

    I think you are kinda being a Drama Queen.  My RAW .25 HM1000X LRT (RL) took 14 weeks.  I just ordered [sandra was great] and she said 14 weeks,so I forgot about it. Never called for updates and frankly did not really care when it showed up.  I knew they are always busy, so just let them finish when they finish.  One day it showed up and when I opened the box my 52 ft. pound .25 sent chills down my spine, what beauty.  The fit and finish was exceptional.  Accuracy was also exceptional, and this opinion comes from an AirWolf owner.  I would have no problem ordering another RAW, because the product and people are 2nd to none.

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    I love my RL .25 LRT.  The fit/finish is awesome.  Accuracy wise it’s as good as it gets. Mine seems to like the JSB 25.39 pellet, but it’s at 52 FPE version.

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    Mine took 9 weeks.  No big deal as the wait is worth it.  RAW is busy for a reason.

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    Very informative review.  I’ll stick with longer guns, seems very cool though. 

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    I have a red laminate LRT in .25.  I would say it would be best for your needs.  I skipped the adjustable cheek piece and was a little worried I did that, but after 4 months or so it’s clear for me at least, it was not needed.

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    So how often do they need to be replaced? AirWolf 5 years, Cricket 3 years, WildCat 2 years and all tight.  If you can afford an FX why look to cut costs on O-Rings? Surely OEM can’t be that expensive? Sorry, all my spare OEM kits are still sitting in my safe unused. 

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    I would say you are a better shooter than me.  My .22 WildCat came in around 910 with JSB 18.1. Accuracy was good but not consistent, so lowered it to 880.  Once I did this it’s now very accurate and consistent.  I have found since then that the JSB 14.3 are even more accurate.  Haven’t  checked the FPS on the 14.3 but I suspect it’s back to the 900+ so go figure.

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    Made a mistake, it’s a .25 cal HM1000X. All my others are .22 so I get confused sometimes when I type 😜.  I have an AirWolf MCT .22 so I’m pretty discriminating when it comes to quality, fit and finish.  The RAW meets all my expectations and I’ll never forget the moment I opened the box, it was a jaw dropping experience to say the least.  I never thought a 26 grn pellet could travel 926 FPS and punch one-holers at 35-40 yards.  My .22 AirWolf, Cricket and WildCat all need to be just under 900 fps to have the same accuracy. Maybe this is a .22 caliber thing, not sure?  I see yours has the extra length LCD like mine but maybe on the .357 it’s standard?  

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    Well marcella69 you have officially ordered a cannon.  I have the HM1000X LRT in .22. I thought 52 ft pounds was a lot but yours will be a beast.  I’ve had mine for about 5 months and it is perfection. I have some land but not enough for a .357.  Congrats and post some pics.

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    Neil Clague, great guy
    –> http://petersoncorner.com/clague/contact.htm
     

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    “Arash”I have a better example.
    Pulsar is kind of crossover sport car , for example Lexus NX200 F-sport. That is not an off-road car like FJ , LandRove or Jeep. And also not comfortable as sedan cars. The last funny part is that you think because of F-sport in that name you would have a sport car but it isn’t.
    Like this gun. not too short and light like cricket , not so accurate , less amount of shot , if it going to brake down you have to send in to the company and I think  Daystate Saxon is peace of art not this one. All of that reminds me AirArms S510 Ultimate which is not ultimate. But finally you will love it :)
    If Cricket score is 50 point for repairing you would give how much point to Pulsar?

    Agreed, my Cricket on accuracy is right there with my AirWolf (both .22).  The trigger is nowhere near the wolf both its very nice.  I’m simply saying the Daystate line is a site to behold just looking at them, and the same when shooting.  Great engineering.


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    “Long_Ranger”I have a .22 cricket, and a while ago I bought a used .22 Pulsar meant to replace it with.

    The Pulsar had a nicer finish, was quieter, shouldered better, had and lcd screen etc. However, it was not more accurate and the shot count was lower. Also harder to service and needed to be charged from time to time so I ended up selling it.

     

    
Very nice, but I would never give up my AirWolf for that thing 😀

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    I have a Cricket as well.  Agree with the above comments, but I DO love the bells and whistles on the electronic Daystate.  Once you own the Bently of airguns you will understand. Both are great, but they both have their place.

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    I’ve owned an AirWolf going on 5 years.  I’ve had zero problems and the trigger is 2nd to none.  I added a NC LCD to it and it is almost completely silent even when set to 40 FPE.

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    Lol, should have said degrees.  Next month I’ll be 55.

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    I don’t see my FX WildCat as being that expensive. Compared to my Cricket BP it was about the same cost.  My AirWolf, and HM1000X LRT were both quite a bit more expensive.  FX might own certain areas of the market because a particular model might be very popular, but don’t think they own everything. For example if I wanted another long gun I wouldn’t go with FX, I would still choose a RAW or Daystate.  Among the entire FX line up the Wildcat is the only model that appeals to me.  Just my 2 cents…

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    How anyone can sell their RAW is beyond me 😒.  Just kidding…

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    I have a red laminate HM1000X LRT in .25.  I’ve put about 3 tins through it and it’s awesome.  I have the extra log LCD like I see on yours. 

    Total quality 👍

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    I have the full pack on my .22 WildCat (6).  I tried one at a time and ended up putting all of them on.  Quite quiet now and no clipping.

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