(expired)SOLD: .25 FX Wildcat w/ Atlas Picatinny Rail and Hawke 30mm Scope Rings

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    travels4fun
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    Well I have decided to sell my Wildcat so I can use the money to buy a gun better suited to bench rest target shooting. Don’t get me wrong, this is one crazy accurate rifle as you can see from the video I posted below. However, it’s not meant to be a bench rest rifle and I find it difficult to use it shooting from a rest.  I purchased the Wildcat new from AOA on June 5, 2015 and I have the original box, manual, brass fill adapter, 8 shot magazine, receipt, and spare o-rings.

    The rifle is in perfect working condition and has no issues or problems. I always clean the barrel after I’m done shooting by using a pull through with cotton patches sprayed with a little Bailistoll.. There are some minor signs of wear on the scope rail and where the magazine is inserted into the breach. I took pictures below. Aside from that, the gun is flawless and has no dings, dents, or scuffs.

    New Professionally Installed Atlas 3.35″ Picatinny Rail (Included)
    Last week I purchased the Atlas 3.35″ Picatinny Rail and Install Kit and had the rail installed by Kip Perow over at Airguns of Arizona. It doesn’t get any better than this. I paid $65 for the install and $30 for the rail and parts. All are genuine Atlas parts (no knockoffs here).

    30mm Medium Hawke Scope Rings (Included)
    I have a new set of Hawke Scope Rings that I’ll throw in for free.

    How she shoots:

    • JSB 25.39 gr Kings averaging 925 FPS generating 48.3 FPE.
    • From 230 to 150 bar yields 64-72 shots with zero POI shift.
    • 20-50 Yards – Pellet on Pellet accuracy
    • 50-60 Yards – 8 shot groupings averaging 1/4″- 1/3″ CTC
    • 65-75 Yards – 8 shot groupings averaging 1/3″-1/2″ CTC
    • VIDEO SHOWING ACCURACY AT 65 YARDS

    Pellets:

    • JSB King 25.39 gr – this is the most accurate and consistent pellet in the Wildcat
    • Air Arms Diabolo Field 25.4 gr – Near identical in performance to the JSB King
    • Eun Jin Domed 35.8 gr – Fits perfectly and shoots really well beyond 60 yards.
    • H&N Barracuda 31.02 gr – These shoot okay but no where near as consistent as the JSBs.
    • Benjamin 27.8 gr – Worst pellet I have tried through the Wildcat, Extremely dirty and greasy.

    Boxed

    .25 Wildcat (scope not included)

    Minor abrasion caused by magazine

    Scratches on scope rail

    Inside the Stock – Atlas BT517 Fastners

    Atlas BT15 Picatinny Rail (mounted)

    I’m selling the Wildcat with new Atlas Rail and a pair of new Hawke scope rings for just $1289.
    Price is firm and I’m not interested in any trades.
    I accept PayPal Friends and Family or USPS Money Order. Add 3% for standard PayPal payment.
    I’ll cover 50% of the shipping cost with buyer. Shipping to US residents only. No international buyers sorry.
    I am well reviewed on AGN as well as the BOI on Yellow so if you want references, I’ll be happy to provide them.

    Please send me a PM if interested.

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    LHD
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    Just curious. After buying the gun, getting it modified, nothing wrong with it. Why are you selling it immediately after getting it back from the gunsmith? at quite a loss also….

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    LHD
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    I did not mean to sound accusing. I bought a 25 wildcat and was just curious of user thoughts. I also know of someone interested. Thanks

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    travels4fun
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    LHD

    Your question is totally reasonable. I’m selling the Wildcat because I don’t believe it can provide me with the accuracy necessary to compete in the Extreme Benchrest which I will be partaking in. I found early on that the Wildcat did not work well with any of my rests which led me to investing in a bipod. Unfortunately, even with the bipod, the Wildcat just isn’t suited for competitive shooting beyond 75 yards. I’m taking a hit by selling it so soon but have no choice since I need to raise the cash for more suitable bench rest rifle. That is why I’m selling it.

    Scott

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    ztirffritz
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    Must resist….must resist…

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    linsfreak
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    Wow,………I just returned mine. Obvioulsy you have a custom bipod.

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    travels4fun
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    The Wildcat has been sold pending funds (SPF).

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    plinker
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    dag nab it ! How did I miss that. 

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    NMshooter
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    Scott, I can’t believe you sold that gun………. I really would have liked to get your Wildcat especially after your video post but I think I will hold out for a .25 RAW HM1000. Glad you sold it so I won’t be tossing in my sleep any longer! LOL. Good luck with your benchrest purchase!

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    FukoChan
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    *%*# yeah its mine now!!! My first PCP Airgun <3!!!!!!

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    skygear
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    Congrats Chan! Now get to shooting and post some vids. 

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    FukoChan
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    “skygear”Congrats Chan! Now get to shooting and post some vids. 

    
Will do :3. Imma go ham on them crows D:<!!!!

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