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Thread: survey: what is average group size for your springer?

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    Default survey: what is average group size for your springer?

    what is average group size for your springer? not best groups.


    1. rifle model

    2. velocity

    3. pellet type

    4. group size @ distance.

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    Sharp Shooter

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    BSA Meteor Mk6
    580fps
    AA Wadcutters(flat nose pellets)
    20mm @ 30m

    B3-1 (highly modified)
    660 fps
    AA field 4.51mm
    25mm @ 30m if I keep my end of the bargain.

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    Hatsan Mod 70
    fps unknown (but kicks like a mule!)
    Marksman .177 (used for "running in&quot
    50mm group @ 20m using NS 4x32 scope, sitting on my butt with my elbows resting on my legs.

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    1) HW97K blue-bling
    2) +/- 805 fps
    3) JSB 4.53
    4) sub 20mm @30m (rested)

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    1. stock bam 40

    2. 890fps

    3. jsb

    4. 10mm @13m
    28mm @32m
    42mm @45m

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    Gamo CFX Royal
    Deadlinks_imagefiles/img_0003_resized.jpg[/img]
    +- 800 fps
    Gamo Pro Magnum @ 25m
    Deadlinks_imagefiles/cfx_group.jpg[/img]


    sorry I guess I went a little overboard

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    1) BSA Lightning
    2) 710 fps
    3) AA Field's
    4) 15mm at 25 metres

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    1) Cometa Fenix 400
    2) +-900fps
    3) Baracuda Match
    4) 15mm at 25 meters

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    The Professor

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    1) Custom HW97K/'Zephyr' FT stock/Leupold 6x36 (now 3.5-10x40 Vari-XIII)

    2) 780fps
    3) AA Field's 4.52
    4) Group shot at 50m, 10mm vertical spread and 30mm lateral owing to gusting left to right wind.
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Mon Apr 03 2006, 03:22PM ]</span>

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    I'll tell you tomorrow

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    REP: The Airgun Shop

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    Just got this idea to check the grouping of the rifle after I cleaned it. Was on my way to party, so I just took 3 pellets...

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    1) HW97K blue-bling II
    2) 880 fps
    3) AA Fields
    4) +- 15mm @35m

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    With these small group sizes we should have some serious challengers at FT using springers.

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    small groupings off a rest is one thing...........range find, read wind + ft positions is another...............

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    Sharp Shooter
    The Professor

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    Hi Allan,

    Being able to sit down comfortably on the zeroing range and put up good groups with the springers is one thing. Learning to consistently hold them in all the variations of position on an FT course can cause the wheels to fall off though.

    Besides FT isn't about group size, range finding and the ability to read wind are far more important.

    Dale

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