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    FxAirguns
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    Greetings Airgun enthusiasts. FX is proud to share with you the official numbers for the FX Wildcat. 

    .22 Wildcat
    Overall Length –  760mm  29,9 Inches
    Barrel Length –  500mm   19,7 Inches
    Weight –  2,8kg       6,1 Pounds
    Power –  30Foot-pounds
    Airtube – 230cc
    Number of Shots – 70 shots at 920ft/sec with 16grain JSB pellets
    Price – 1299$ 

    .25 Wildcat
    Overall Length – 890mm    35 Inches  
    Barrel Length –   600mm   23,6 Inches    
    Weight – 3kg    6,6 Pounds
    Power – 46,7 Foot-pounds
    Airtube –  300cc 
    Number of Shots – 60 Shots at 910ft/sec with 25.4grain JSB Pellets
    Price – 1299$

    First Wildcats Left The Factory Today.
    U.S Shipment Is Estimated To Leave Next Week.

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    P.Shooter71
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    Yes, thx FX , I can’t wait to get my hands on one . 

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    Michael
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    Mikey likes those numbers!

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    Tominco
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    Looks good! I’m anxious to get mine. Thanks for being a member and posting on the forum too! 

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    BitFrost
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    Holy c&@p! Can’t wait to get mine!
    Thx FX!

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    Steven
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    I want one!

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    Michael
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    FX – what is the maximum fill pressure recommended for the Wildcat? And will it use an MK1 fill probe or other?

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    FxAirguns
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    The Maximum fill pressure recommended is 230BAR and it will use the MK1 Fill probe.

    //Johan

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    BitFrost
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    I’m a bit worried being a lefty, but I can’t imagine FX would design and produce anything he himself (Fredrik Axelsson) would’nt comfortably shoot?
    So question being, how is it for lefties to use?

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    Michael
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    “FxAirguns”The Maximum fill pressure recommended is 230BAR and it will use the MK1 Fill probe.

    //Johan

    
Thank you for responding Johan. Its a privilege to be able to communicate directly with the manufacturers.

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    krasiml
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    Hello Johan, what is the scope rail? Dovetail or Picatinny? Thanks in advance.

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    Michael
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    “krasiml”Hello Johan, what is the scope rail? Dovetail or Picatinny? Thanks in advance.

    
I can answer that. It will come standard with a dovetail rail.

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    krasiml
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    Thanks for your reply. Does this mean that it can be ordered with a Picatinny rail ?

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    TrapdorSpydr
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    Any word on walnut for the wildcat???

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    Bobmart
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    FX Airguns: I haven’t seen the Wildcat magazine capacities listed. How many pellets does the .25 Wildcat magazine hold? Thanks

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    FxAirgunsThe Maximum fill pressure recommended is 230BAR and it will use the MK1 Fill probe.
    //Johan

    Here are a PCP airgun beginner’s questions –
    1. Does the MK1 fill probe stay attached to the air tube all the time or is it a separate piece that must be attached/inserted only when filling the air tube with air?
    2. Does the MK1 fill probe connect directly to a female foster fitting on the end of a compressed air tank’s hose?

    Thank you in advance for your response.

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    “SplatSteel”

    “FxAirguns”The Maximum fill pressure recommended is 230BAR and it will use the MK1 Fill probe.
    //Johan

    Here are a PCP airgun beginner’s questions –
    1. Does the MK1 fill probe stay attached to the air tube all the time or is it a separate piece that must be attached/inserted only when filling the air tube with air?
    2. Does the MK1 fill probe connect directly to a female foster fitting on the end of a compressed air tank’s hose?

    Thank you in advance for your response.

    
Splatsteel

    A hand pump normally has a threaded end to connect the MK1 fill probe.

    An air tank normally has a fill whip hose with a foster connector. In which case you will need a male foster quick fill adapter. Most of the large airgun stores sell these. I suggest picking it up from them because your local hardware store may not carry the correct thread type, which I believe is called 1/8 BSPP. Here’s the first one I could find
    http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Quick_Disconnect_Male_Fitting_O_Ring/2841

    And this is what it looks like connected to the Mk1 fill probe 

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    “Michael”A hand pump normally has a threaded end to connect the MK1 fill probe.

    An air tank normally has a fill whip hose with a foster connector. In which case you will need a male foster quick fill adapter. Most of the large airgun stores sell these. I suggest picking it up from them because your local hardware store may not carry the correct thread type, which I believe is called 1/8 BSPP. Here’s the first one I could find
    http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Quick_Disconnect_Male_Fitting_O_Ring/2841

    And this is what it looks like connected to the Mk1 fill probe 

    
Michael, thank you for the information on the WC fill probe.  I wish the WC had a fixed fill connector under the cap like the Benjamin Discovery so that there wasn’t a separate part with o-rings to worry about.

    p.s. Do you need to use plumber’s tape on the male foster quick fill adapter threaded connection?

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    nomobux
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      p.s. Do you need to use plumber’s tape on the male foster quick fill adapter threaded connection?

     I do on mine.

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    CAAirgunner
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    Great job FX! You’ve designed this airgun perfectly. This bullpup (considering the specs and the well known accuracy of FX guns) easily beats all other airguns for the price. The stock is designed wonderfully, and it has a thick enough forearm for a bipod. The unique FX bullpup trigger doesn’t stick like some other high dollar bullpups. A built in regulator is almost unheard of in a gun at this price. The shot count is great, at 70 shots at 30 foot pounds with a 230cc air reservoir on a 230 bar fill, compared to the Airgun Technology Vulcan’s 60 shots at 30 foot pounds with a *250* bar fill. It also beats pretty much every pcp, with it’s 6.1 pound weight in .22 caliber. The curved breach block takes away the need for a cheekpiece, which many pcp bullpups lack. The sidelever is placed perfectly, right above the trigger guard. It has a dovetail rail, which means you can put on the amazing FX No Limits mounts. I’m either going to get this gun or the FX Impact this fall, depending on the specs, and how much money I can spend. I can’t wait!

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