PCP pistol .25 cal 975-1000 FPS

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    Tazhunter0
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    Who makes a .25cal pistol that will do 975-1000 FPS ?  Quiet and 4-5 shots before refilling would be great.

    Would this need to be a custom job?  

    Shooting pigs close up and just behind the ear.

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    JamesD.
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    That's not asking a lot if you don't mind carbine to small rifle sized pistols. Let's say a Evanix Rex, a Air Force talon P, MAYBE. a Ataman, Edgun, some others MIGHT.

    I was kidding. 3-4 shots in a .25 pistol doing 975-1000 is asking a whole lot. .22LR pistols can't shoot standard ammo at that. Well, they can but fast ammo & a 6" barrel at least.

    If you are killing hogs I a farm, I truly suggest you use a .22LR or full sized air gun.

    There are DAQ pistols that will drop hogs, 2-4 shots but long, loud and most of his we're bigger than .25

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    AnimalHitman
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    As Blondie sang, "Dreamin' is free!" I too have a fantasy of my dream gun; I continue to wait for the market to catch up with my imagination :-). You probably won't have to wait long. The airgun industry is exploding (sorry) like the firearms industry in the late 19th century.

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    Northbound
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    We’ve used 2 tools for this job described in specific and both work well.

    1. Power tuned evanix ar6 pistol w Sam yang hunting pellets. It has a silencer so as not to upset the other animals.

    2. Talon P in .25 with Sam yang hunting  pellets as well.

     

    32 pigs later all has worked well so far. All shots strictly behind ear though!

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    Tazhunter0
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    Know it’s asking a lot from a pistol.

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    Anthony Jarvis
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    A rex pistol no problem! They even have 357 pistols

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