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fx verminater mk2

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by essex sniper, Jan 1, 2014.

  1. essex sniper

    essex sniper Banned

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    Can anyone with experience with the fx vermi give me an honest opinion of it.I went to buy one a while back but left with an airwolf then went to buy another and ended up leaving with a red ranger .now im really thinking about buying another but are they up there with the ranger or now the wolverine .has anyone owned both ..now please I dont want this turning into a row and I dont want an hw100 .just want to no how good the verminater is compared to a ranger wolf or wolverine thanks atb
     
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    Not had a mk2 mate but i had a mk1 and it was the best pcp ive had. I regret selling it now.
     
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    I've had a red ranger and an airwolf,the mk2 verminator which I've got now is a great gun.not very quiet but I had a hugget shroud and silencer fitted and it's much quieter now.i find it more accurate than either if my daystates,don't know if it's down to the smooth twist barrel or ***.
     
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    Well one off the top mods on DS owners relayed to me via PM when i was in the market that a mk vermy was better than any DS including good with any pellet due to smooth twist barrel , although for an extra £150 id be getting onto solware and ordering a FX bobcat seriously considering selling my DS and ordering a bobcat
     
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    Although I think the bobcat is probably the best looking bullpup im not really a lover of bullpups I prefer a rifle ...
     
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    Whats the side lever like on the fx ...ok compare it to the 100 lol
     
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    This he also told me his mk2 vermi was most accurate gun he owns and he owns a few top end daystates and a styer
     
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    up there or better !!!!!!!!!!!!! , im getting a bull pup , just more suited to my style off shooting at Nearly £1400 for the bobcat think its between evinax . Cricket and a vermy mk2 if one came up at the right price , think the Ranger is going , its an awesome rifle but i think im lucky its never had any issues , never known a brand to fail out of the box like DS if you go on the owners club they relay need a my rifle has to go back section :eek:
     
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    Hate to tell u this grumpy if u can put a order in with solware for cricket do it fast kalibrgun have rose price of crickets from factory or so the bloke i got mine of has said they have and by quite a bit too £125 on the 177-22 darnt ask about .25 not good at all :down:
     
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  10. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    well I had a mk1 tuned by ben Taylor and the thing well AMAZBALLS ,and I guy down our club got a mk2, now its a real nice bit of kit that mk2 and I like it a lot, but and its only a small but, I prefer the sidelever on the mk 1 better as it has auto return
     
  11. essex sniper

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    Are the verminaters regulated
     
  12. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    yes mate
     
  13. surrey shooter

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    They are nice, thinking of getting another rifle in .22 and you have got me thinking of a vermy now lol. What is shot count in .22 anyone know?
     
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    Len we are mates and id love to see you with a vermi but dont be talking about .22 on my thread lol there can be only one calibre .177 lol
     
  15. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    the old ones (if I remember rightly) was around the 250-300 mark, with .177 around 180-200, if I got another one I'd go for one in .177 defo
     
  16. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    lol he he he , just what I was thinking,,,,,,,,,he will learn the hard way ;)
     
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    Had a vermy mk2 in .22 very accurate shot 150 pellets before refill and the rats hated the rifle as .22 made sure not many jumpers at all
     
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    As you know matt I have been converted to .177, but will always like .22 nothing wrong with using both
     
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    And its regged too. Sounding better with every post. Cheers gasman.
     
  20. mmamonster

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    I got a ds airwolf in .177 and a mk2 vermi ator in .22.
    i use my vermi every week, last time i took my wolf out was march. To nice to sell but not as practical as my vermi.
    my mates got same vermi in .177.
    what reason do you want a vermi for ? If its to have a bullpup why not look at avanix storm or kricket ?
    if you ever in midlands you can come for a shoot with me and my mate and have a go of both.
     

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