FX Wildcat Single Shot Adaptors for Right and Left Handed Rifles

FX Wildcat Single Shot Adaptors for Right and Left Handed Rifles

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Single Shot Adaptors for FX Wildcat Right and Left Handed
This adaptor is designed to wedge firmly into the magazine receiver to allow single pellets to be loaded during competitions such as HFT. It is made from ABS or PETG plastic.


Maximum Pellet Lengths:
177, 22 = 7.9mm
25 = 9mm (full breech width)
The limited space of the Wildcat breech means that a single shot tray is fiddly to use. These trays do the job but a re a low cost compromise. For a better solution please see my hinged loader which replaces the cheek piece to provide a hinge point.


Please take care to choose left or right handed. With the muzzle of the gun pointing away from you the magazine is inserted on the right hand side of a right hand gun.


This item will be replaced free of charge for one year from purchase if there are any problems caused by normal use. The buyer must return the damaged adaptor at his own cost and provide a return addressed envelope with large letter stamp. Same colour not guaranteed.


These can be made in any colour or custom text added for a minimum order of 6. Please contact me before ordering.


The 0.25 calibre version has an open back to maximise the amount of space available to load larger pellets. Note that pellets longer than the width of the breech can be loaded using this insert.


Some customers have had trouble getting the insert into the breech. The fit is deliberately tight so that the index arm does not push the insert back out. The top of the insert has a tongue which should be pressed down as the insert in pushed into the breech. If this does not work then the Wildcat cheek piece can be rocked slightly using the hex bolts. Loosen off the front one a little, tighten up the rear one and tighten the front one less. This should lift the front of the cheekpiece 0.5mm.


Here is a quick video showing the adaptor being inserted. (Please excuse the background noise.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mA_avXGVAwU