Most Accurate Bullpup to Shoot .25 34gn

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    EliteAirgunr
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    What is your opinion on this? I’d like to hear opinions that do not consist of an FX Impact. GO!

    So far from people that actually have experience with shooting a 34gn we have 

    Bobcat 2 votes
    Edgun 2 votes
    Vulcan 1 vote
    Cricket 1 vote
    Daystate 1 vote
    Wildcat 1 vote

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    dirtbikerick
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    Well this is going to start something, I’ll go 1st, Bobcat mk2 S/T.

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    wolfie
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    Hi me 2nd
    Vulcan ,25 gen 3 or Gen 4 . Or a Kalibr Cricket . I have /had both but Cricket on .22. Friend who has both in .25 says Vulcan is more accurate.

    So there you go.

    safe shooting

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    alpine84
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    Fx bobcat mk2 are my choice. 

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    Brian10956
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    the Edgun R3m 25 caliber Huma magnum was made specifically for the JSB 34.

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    airgunnerca
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    I don’t have a Cricket .25 but my Cricket .22 is super accurate … 1/2” at 50 yards is normal. I have never done at 100 yards yet … I wish I have it in .25 to compare …
    For now, I would save money and wait for FX Dreamline .25 cal ;)

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    bfd136
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    FX Wildcat

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    Brian.in.MI
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    A Cricket .25 dialed up to 900-905 fps with 34gn at 60fpe would be tough to beat. So far I’ve only shot mine at 44fpe with 25gn ammo. 60fpe is one adjustment away. Looking forward to some warmer weather to try it out. “bench mode” haha.

    @airgunner.usa 

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    zx10wall
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    The Cricket, Edgun R3(m) with Huma power kit or the Edgun R5M would all be in the running. 

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    FunGun
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    Personally I have a Bobcat .25 MK2 and a Vulcan Gen 2.  It is really hard to compare the two since the Bobcat is so much heavier and longer.  Shooting from the bench, I would probably give it to the Bobcat.  For carry I would take the Vulcan.  Comparing accuracy from the bench…..It is probably so close to a wash it probably would not matter.  With that said, the Vulcan is probably a little more difficult to master since it is lighter and shorter than the Bobcat.  (more room for me to have an influence on the POI).  They are both great guns and they each present their own strong point.  Basically why I own both.  If you invited me to a bench shooting event….I’m bringing the Bobcat.  If you invite me to some field event or hunt, I’m bringing the Vulcan.  Ok, I’ll bring both and we all can try them. lol.

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    dirtbikerick
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    Ok I’ll chime in again, I have the .25 w/cat, after I got it I was so impressed on its accuracy I could not put it down, then enter a used mk1 b/cat .30 cal, it’s a real textbook tack driver, slightly heavy and perhaps that’s one thing that helps with accuracy, but you can really reach out and touch someone.

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    TonyT
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    My 25 Cricket shoots the JSB 25 at 970 fps and the 34 gr at 870 fps, ca. 55 ftlbs. At 50 yards 1/2 inch groups are boring. 100 yard performance is entirely dependent on the wind and ones ability to control their mushy trigger with 1+ inch groups not uncommon,

    At 50 yd both weights provide excellent results. At 100 yds the 34 gr are significantly better.

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    Hynzie
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    i got the impact and wild cat great shooters from the vids vulcan  edgun and taipan atre all great but ive seen some stupid accurate groups from thr huben

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    EliteAirgunr
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    We might as well define accurate since it could potentially be a broad definition. 1/2″> @ 50y and 1.25″ >@ 100y.

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    jorgemac
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    “wolfie”Hi me 2nd
    Vulcan ,25 gen 3 or Gen 4 . Or a Kalibr Cricket . I have /had both but Cricket on .22. Friend who has both in .25 says Vulcan is more accurate.
    So there you go.
    safe shooting

    
The Vulcan .25 is very accurate with JSB king 25 gn with average 880 fps, but doesnt have enough power  to shoot JS KING heavy 34 grs, with average 770 fps it stays a bit short.
    IMO.

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    toku58
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    “EliteAirgunr”What is your opinion on this? I’d like to hear opinions that do not consist of an FX Impact. GO!

    
So you’re not looking for the “Most Accurate” Bullpup?????

    Because if you’re already excluding the Impact then you’re not getting a realistic picture of what can be had!

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    Terryb00
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    Edgun R3M .25 Long. Stock.
    Turn up the HST. Shoots 
    34’s at 910 and  I get more than 4 magazines out of it on a fill. 
    And yes, she’s way accurate at 75 and 100yds

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    Inde
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    Daystate Renegade HP.   60fpe and < 1/2″ @ 50yds. With Atlas bipod. Probably due to the outstanding electronic trigger.

     

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    EliteAirgunr
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    “toku58”

    “EliteAirgunr”What is your opinion on this? I’d like to hear opinions that do not consist of an FX Impact. GO!

    
So you’re not looking for the “Most Accurate” Bullpup?????
    Because if you’re already excluding the Impact then you’re not getting a realistic picture of what can be had!

    
I already have an impact and am looking for a second gun. 

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