vulcan 25

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    douger
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    really nice stock very comfy to shoot  will do a little video on the accuracy on it stock its shooting 910 fps so ill let it settle in some as not many down the barrel yet, sold my dreamtac lite 25 and got this from over the pond and very happy with it so far. the bolt action is smooth but I shot my buddies with the side lever so that will be in the future 

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    Matt247365
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    Nice lookin rig, douger 👌

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    spinj
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    Is the trigger on that Vulcan still made of plastic?

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    rangur1
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    a tactic with a side bolt. have not seen that in a while. looking sharp!

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    douger
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    its the older model Vulcan plastic trigger don't bother me its great trigger at 11 ounces and zero creep  thanks Matt   really quiet without the silencer but like it really stealthy for follow up shots. got 2 sitting on the fence today one fell the other just sat their like its not nap time yet   what a joy    Havnt figured out what silencer to use yet both are very quiet but the fat boy has a better sound to it. Tatsu still one of my favorites as big Jim is letting me see which one I like better 

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    Lowkey
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    This is my second one,and I’m never getting rid of it…..

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    douger
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    lowkey what kind of speeds are you shooting at  nice groups I'm gonna try to detune some to like 880 see what it likes  

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    Lowkey
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    (douger), at that time I was shooting the jsb 25.39g at 903 fps with an extreme spread of 8, and standard deviation of 2, for 20 shots .

    lately I switched and am now shooting the air arms 25.4g at 909 fps with an extreme spread of 9, and standard deviation of 3, for 20 shots.

    i hope that helps. 

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    douger
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     mine straight out of the box was 

    avg-914

    stdev-3.4

    min-901

    max-919

    spread-18      35 shot string 

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    Peskadot671
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    Nice.  I've always liked the look of the Tactic.  The OG Fat Boy looks good on the end as well.  I have one also but with black end caps.  It's kind of sentimental and I don't plan to get rid of it lol.

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    Mrshosted
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    Congratulations, I love mine Vulcan Tac.25.   I have mine shooting 880 with 25.4 jsb. 

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    lbc_PSI
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    Nice looking rig.   I'd heard that the older Vulcans had a little "ping"..do you notice anything?

     

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    Elbowgrease
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    spinj

    Is the trigger on that Vulcan still made of plastic?

    I have a gen 3 vulcan and I can confirm that the trigger is plastic. Not sure if it is on the Vulcan 2s though. To be fair in some applications where metal is often used plastic may be a great replacement if not better due to its natural lubrication properties. Some plastics are even stronger then cast metals. Unless high heat is involved plastic could be the way to go.  They even make some rather large bearings out of Delrin plastic. Would I prefer metal? Yepper. I did not even know that my Vulcan trigger was plastic until I read about on this forum. Took a look and sure enough it was. Looks to be made of Delrin which is some strong stuff.    

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    douger
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    mine has no ping  I see a little type of tubing on the hammer spring as its supposed to help I guess. turned my hammer down a touch to an avg of 902  brought my stdev to 1.6 and a spread  of 6  think its good there as its very accurate if I do my part      

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