FX Gladiator MKII

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The Gladiator MKII is the newest model from the Swedish company FX Airguns and is an improved version of the Verminator MK2, with the addition of a front air cylinder having three different power settings. The cocking system is the side-lever type, and among this airgun’s other features are a match-grade trigger, multi-shot magazine, pressure gauge, and fully adjustable stock. The Gladiator is available in .177 or .22 and is said to be super quiet, thanks to its fully shrouded barrel.

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  1. For quick recovery time you can’t beat a semi-automatic, even in .338 Lapua.
    The myth that a bolt-action being more accurate has been debunked.
    A bolt-action does have fewer moving parts, and that IS an advantage.