FX gladiator MK2 regulated accuracy at 100 yards / shot count (.22 and .25)

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    dreuf
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    Hello,

    I am about to finalize my order of this gun with the factory regulator but I fail to find accurate data about:
    – the expected shot count in .22 and .25 caliber
    – the accuracy at 100 yards in .22 and .25 caliber

    I will only use it for benchrest.

    Please if you own or have owned this gun give me your feedback to be sure I will not throw hard earn money.

    My other option will be airwolf MCT in .22 but for much more money and less count shot.

    Many thanks in advance.

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    AirgunBill
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    AOA does a review of this rifle in .22 caliber. They shoot different weight and type pellets and give you fps, fpe and shot count at the various power settings. They only shoot at 20 yards which most all quality air rifles will put pellet on pellet. This video will give you answers to some of your questions. Bill

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    AZBOBCAT
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    Awesome hunting rig and great for going out and plinking don’t have to worry about dragging the tank to refill, wouldn’t be in my top ten for benchrest, to awkward with the rear bottle and cheek rest. I would pick a 400 or 500 with carbon bottle over it.

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    dreuf
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    No more owners feedeback? I am sure there is more people who own this gun :)

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    AZBOBCAT
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    Are you in an area that you can at least look at one? I live near AOA so I have held or shot most of the airguns available,  and you will probably find most people will say the same thing about the feel of the rifle for benchrest shooting, also look at the various benchrest results around the Country to see what are shooting in the top places. I would look long and hard at the RAW 25 if you want long range accuracy and power 

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    dreuf
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    “AZBOBCAT”Are you in an area that you can at least look at one? I live near AOA so I have held or shot most of the airguns available,  and you will probably find most people will say the same thing about the feel of the rifle for benchrest shooting, also look at the various benchrest results around the Country to see what are shooting in the top places. I would look long and hard at the RAW 25 if you want long range accuracy and power 

    
I will have a look to the gun next week but it is not close from home.
    I would like to be 100% sure of the accuracy at 100 yards before I put an option on it (the gladiator with regulator will have to be ordered to the factory. 6 weeks delay….).
    I understand your comments about the feeling for benchrest but at the end what is the expected accuracy at 100 yards ? 1″ / 1.5″ / 2 ” / 3″ ?? That is the question to me.

    I am not looking for the most accurate airgun in the world but just a gun that can achieve something correct (around 1.5″ to 2″).
     

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