Watch & Discuss the FX Wildcat Mk2 video by AEAC!

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    SilentReign
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    I love how slick the new design is!

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    Goodtogo
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    It will be my next air gun buy. Steve your reviews are making me spend money ;)

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    thaoo26
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    #1 on my list! Gotta have it! 

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    FukoChan
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    The stock is beautiful and its a upgrade over the 2nd gen(three gens total in my opinion). However it would be nice if they had a power wheel. This is my only gripe as it adds even more customizability to a value rifle. 

    Interestingly, my old gen one wildcat had waaayy more amazing of a trigger than my two impacts. Just shows how reliable and value  you are getting for your money.

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    GriffyGriff
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    Great video

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    Nialfire
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    What I like the most is the fact that it’s modular!!!!  To me this is vary important seeing how expensive the sport is to start it’ a relif to know the manufacturer had our back when it comes to factory bells and wistles..  truth is the more factory exspantions a gun has the more I trust it will be relevant years on.

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    Nathrall
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    Oh would I love to have this!

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    Nialfire
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    Yes, but the different twist rates could be used for changing up pellets anyway. I’d rather be able to have options to pick that one killer pellet.. Most people wouldn’ keep changing the barrels out once they found the best barrel/pellet combo for the guns intended use. I’m  thinking shy of a tuning wheel it may be the next best tuning option…

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    Firesteel
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    I’m going to have to learn to shoot right handed. Sacrifices we must make. UJ not sure either but looks like you may be right. I do also remember them selling it as at right handed shooter only which is why I bought a boss.

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    StreetMaster
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    I have wanted the Wildcat since the day it came out, this new model just blows me away!

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    CaptainBravo
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    I love the fact that the “loser” in this shootout, shot a sub one and a half inch group at one hundred yards.

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    ang3lit0
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    nice rifle!

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    HW100KT
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    1495.99

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    Rshosted
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    Following

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    robweljr
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    SWISS PRECISION IN AN AIR RIFLE

    This air rifle tops the class. I am totally amazed by the accuracy and quietness. WOW!! Adjustable trigger, match grade…..Made my mouth water

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    robweljr
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    SWISS PRECISION IN AN AIR RIFLE

    This air rifle tops the class. I am totally amazed by the accuracy and quietness. WOW!! Adjustable trigger, match grade…..Made my mouth water

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    remdds
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    I like the versatility of the design.  Kind of like having 2 guns but you don’t have to learn the quirks of each one.

    It also seems like pretty simple changes anybody could make.  I like fiddling with some things but I don’t like being
    “in the weeds”.  Video makes it look easy.

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    ATP
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    I’ve been a member here for a while however I haven’t contributed much. I’ve owned many air rifles over the years but currently just own one. A Wildcat MK1 in .22. It’s an amazing rifle and I can’t imagine what joy I would get from the MKII with so much more refinement and power to boot! If I don’t win this I may have to upgrade. Amazing job with your videos, Steve. I very much enjoy them on cool-down. Thank you to everyone that makes these giveaways possible.

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    steveinla
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    Interchangeable barrels is nothing new. What is new is a manufacturer that is going to provide different twist rates to accommodate different pellets. No longer will we be relegated to use just one, or two specific pellets due to twist rate limitations. That’s a major step in the right direction. Making these barrels easy to swap out is the icing on the cake.
    R, Steve

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    jlimjoco
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    I noticed that the new smooth-twist X barrels are cheaper than the original smooth twist barrels but just as accurate based on your tests. Interestingly, they also seem to be more accurate with some cheaper pellets compared to the original. Maybe the twist rate and/or the rifling extends throughout the barrel length makes a difference? My question also is: are they as durable as the original smooth twist barrel?

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