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FX Wildcat vs Bobcat in .25 Which one and .25 vs .30

Forums PCP Airguns PCP Airgun – Discussion FX Wildcat vs Bobcat in .25 Which one and .25 vs .30

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    gunlocators
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    I am hunting coons and my .22 Mrod lacks the knock down needed but plan to hunt squirrels to coon

    Anyone shoot the wildcat and bobcat which did you prefer. For my application should I go .30 or .25

    Thanks In Advance

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    TexasSteve
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    If you go with .25 you’ll have more ammo choices and easier to find and purchase. Squirrels no problem. as for coons, shot selection is as important as your .25 vs .30 decision. 

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    Ginuwine1969
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    As always shot placement is key more so than calibre, a .25 is a well rounded choice due to pellet options and FPE.  I recently saw footage of a guy taking down a RAM, with a .22.  1″ kill zone or less, if you can shoot it you can kill it.
     

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    gunlocators
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    What recommendations do you have for a PCP was looking at FX Wildcat or Bobcat but open to suggestions

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    I have a .25 wildcat and its great. The bobcat is also a great rifle, a little bigger though. Both in .25 are back yard friendly. The .30 might be a little too loud depending on how close your neighbors are.

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    Cayin
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    I would recommend the one that feels best when you shoulder it, thats how i decided.

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    AZBOBCAT
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    The Bobcat is heavier and bulkier than the Wildcat but I think it feels like a more solid gun. The Wildcat would be lighter to hike around the woods with. Boh have about equal accuracy and power if you did more target shooting from a bench would probably go with Bobcat. 25 is more flexible with pellet selection can shoot lightweight pellets or heavyweight depending on what you are shooting at.

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    gunlocators
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    Purchased Wildcat any recommendations on tanks
     

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    AZBOBCAT
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    I got the biggest one that AOA sells with the flexible hose and dual gauges have had no problems with it.

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    glengiles
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    Check out http://www.airtanksforsale.com/  He’ll get you exactly what you need.

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    sgtskinny
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    yep, airtanksforsale, great white.

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