Reply To: .25 cal vs .30 cal ??????
.25 will do ya. I do own a .30 and enjoy it but a .25 has many advantages as mentioned above. It is also easier to shoot a .25 as all that air being released on the .30 does effect the shot cycle greatly and if fired off into the air ( say at a squirrel angle) the .30 needs a couple hundred yards more of safety zone. Naturally having one of each would be the way to go. Should I even purchase another new airgun it would be a 12fpe .177 , but it does depend on what you want to do.