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Rti Priest 2 Or Keep My Fx Wildcat Mk2 Laminate .177

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Nobbler, Jun 30, 2020.

  1. Nobbler

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    I have very nice Fx Wildcat Mk2 Laminate in .177 and its great, shots brill, nice and light, had many bunnies with it, however i really got an itch for a RTI Priest 2, these itches usually get the better of me in the end, trouble is some past itches have been a mistake :facepalm: and I dont want to do it again, so do i keep my Wildcat or go for a Priest 2, anyone have experience of both? Whatever gun I have it will always be firstly a hunting gun, but i do like a little play down the range to from time to time, any advice appreciated!!
     
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    Do it best gun I've ever had, very very good

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    They're tempting for sure!! Any issues at all? Hear the mags are not up to much?
     
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    I've got a .22 no issues but I have just ordered a carm mag so I'll update when it arrives. No issues whatsoever i love it!!
     
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    Thanks for your reply!
     
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    I use both older style and new revamped mag no issues with either work flawlessly can’t see why there would be any issues with them very simple design
    Very accurate rifles bit different
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    Excellent Leshiy thank you, just heard older mags werent up to much and darko's were an option. Love the Carbon bottle btw.
     
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    What is the rail on the bottom???? Mine is a cheap one and I want to upgrade and that is lovely.
     
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    Carbon bottle with the ext adjustable reg really handy for tuning :thumb:
    Only issue people seem to have with the older type mags is there not counter sunk for pellet clearance when loading that’s easily sorted :)
    Should be able to see this in photo :thumb:
     
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    Got ya Leshiy ;)
     
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    I’m sure I purchased it from Modern combat sports
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    Easily sorted with counter sunk bit :)
     
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    Also your grips Leshiy?
     
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    eBay £6 free post from our Chinese friends :thumb:
     
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    :facepalm:
    Fancy a black laminate grip in the future similar to my Leshiy one
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    think it will look tidy :)
     
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    yep can see why :cool:
     
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    Try one first. I just watched Orion Iguana Hunter testing slugs in his. It did very well with all tested, but the mag kept sticking and the cocking effort looked just slightly harder than shifting a quaduplex transmission in an old Mack truck.
     
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    Gregor Kamensek on YouTube is worth a watch reviews from original priest to current prophet :thumb:
     
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    looks like EBay have pulled most listings relating to airsoft & AR Grips :mad:
     
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    Yeah I've had a good look through his vids and noticed ebay has done that too, although alliexpress seems to be still selling them.

    Still cant make my mind up sell the Wildcat and get a Priest or keep it LOL - dilemmas!!
     

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