Brant

I have a birthday coming soon and am contemplating my next airgun.....

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I am thinking a high quality .22 rifle that is very quiet for my classic back yard shooting. I have lived with electronic paintball guns and my Drozd is electronic as well. A Daystate Air Wolf MCT in .22 comes with the first thought. With the eValve it gets about 125 extremely consistent shots out of a 500cc tank. It wins many competitions because of it. I might go Huggett again like i did on the Air Ranger. What do you think? Thoeben? FX? AA?

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I think you'll make a good choice and have a great birthday present too!

The Daystate Air Wolf's are good looking guns.

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How about the FX Royale 400. Pretty quiet (around 93db), about 40 to 50 shots per fill and hella accurate. A pricey air rifle, but very nice. :)

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Edgun ! lol

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I have the Daystate you are thinking of getting. I have had it a little over a year now. It is the smoothest gun In its operation and shooting of all my other guns. (Total of 5) Every other month I charge the battery. If I were to buy the same gun again, I would get the .25 caliber instead of the .22 I now have. My last gun purchase was the .25 Marauder. I just purchesed a Burris 4x18x54 scope and I really like that combo. With the M-rod, I can stack pellets at 35 yards. It is one very accurate gun.

Good luck with what ever you buy.

Murph.

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Brant,

The Daystate Air Wolf MCT in .22 caliber seems like a great choice. It sounds to me like you've done your homework already and know what you are looking for. The rifle is quiet too. The only thing I wouldn't be personally thrilled about is having to charge a battery. For me electronics are just one more thing that can malfunction. I'd rather stick with an air rifle that didn't have electronics in it, but like I mentioned, that is just my personal choice.

Let us know what you end up with. :)

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Now I am studying a Huntsman XL carbine in .22 on a lark (I really overdo the research and AOA has them on sale). Anyone own one of these? They are about 29 fpe with a 15.75" barrel and very accurate according to every review I could find.

http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/Daystate/HuntsmanXL.htm

http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/blog/2012/01/daystate-huntsman-classic-xl-%E2%80%93-part-ii.html

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