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FX Crown Gray Laminate .25 Airgun

FX Crown Gray Laminate .25 Airgun
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Manufacturer: FX Airguns

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Description

FX Airguns is proud to announce the new FX CROWN – A classic-looking rifle that blends traditional beauty with modern technology.

Features Include:

  • The new Smooth Twist X barrel system (allows you to change barrel length and twist rate in seconds)
  • Two power adjusters for hammer spring & transfer port
  • Externally adjustable regulator
  • Full barrel shroud
  • 18 shot magazine
  • Laminate Stock
  • Ability to change caliber
  • Adjustable cheekpiece included (not pictured)
  • Optional Match Trigger

Specifications and more details coming soon!

Pre-Order Only, product not in stock at this time.

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Specifications

Caliber

.25

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Reviewed by imnobody
12/26/2017 - 05:24:50 PM
I got my Crown
I received my FX Crown last week. It is the Blue Laminate 25 cal model. It is beautiful This is the best looking gun out there. Mounted a MTC Viper Pro
5-30x50 with FX rings.

Started to remove the action from stock and found that the bottle was rubbing the stock but when I loosened the front stock bolt it freed up. When I inspected the stock I found that there was a shim at the rear stock bolt and a shim mid way in stock but not at front stock bolt. When you would tighten up the stock screws it would pull the stock up to meet the receiver and cause the bind. I made a shim for the front so when the receiver was sitting in the stock it was resting on the stock at both ends no gap under the receiver at bolt holes. Assembled gun and inspected now have clearance between stock and bottle.

When stock was off I installed a rail for an Atlas Bipod. Assembled gun and zeroed at 25 yards all shots into almost one hole very impressed. I will be taking it out to the range next week and zero at 50 and 100 yards. I cant wait.

This is a very nice rifle don't be afraid to spend the money you will never be sorry you did.