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Oh and I really don’t want to come across as a Edgun hater because I believe the Matador will be in the airgun hall of fame like older folks speak of the Red Ryder BB gun (Baby Boomers). When people of my generation (Generation X) look back and talk about the great airguns of the past they will whisper in awe about Beeman R9, Air Arms TX200, Kalibru Cricket, and yes once all the mud slinging is over the FX Impact). But more to the point one of the MOST FAMOUS AIRGUN personality’s of today TED HOLDOVER (people use your name when you get over a million hits on youtube its just the cost of fame) When was the last time he mentioned a Edgun product as his goto gun? i’m sure he still has it and still loves it and still shoots as great as it did so many years ago, but its about to get some company on that display mantel in his man cave where old great air guns go to die. Edgun Matador meet FX Bobcat LOL.
Please no disrespect intended just pointing out my point of view towards change, growth and moving forward.