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Thread: Midrange accuracy testing results with BAM B20 Hunter

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    Default Midrange accuracy testing results with BAM B20 Hunter

    These are 3 shot groups at 25yards (22.5 mtrs) and 40yards (36.5 mtrs) respectively. The 40 yards group is actually better which is what I want and I'm sure is has to do with the trajectory of the heavy 24.5grn Eunjin's that I used. I will not display the power setting or custom work details on the open forum so please PM me if you want more info. I am hoping to do some long range testing soon at around the 70-80 yard mark. Incidentally, that is a R1 coin!

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    i m not surprised since it's the typical bam .20 accuracy...

    i think u will get much tighter group with jsb.. btw... i m getting a new .20cal pellet at 15.6gr ... will keep u updated...
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    I've got 15.6grn pellets (the Logun .20 penetrators). They don't group at all well from my barrel - not sure about other rifles. Crosman Premier 14.3 grn group ok but not as well as the ej's. To be frank, all the others just fly out too dam quickly for good acurracy.

    ps: When you say tighter, how much tigher my friend! at 40 yards I'm getting near 1/4 inch grouping... Thats FT standards!!!
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    the 15.6gr i about to test is not from logun... what exactly is i don't know yet.. will c... generally the jsb will group half of size which ej normally groups...

    well... .20 is much easier to do long shots... FT standard don't cover that distance... hehe..
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    but... huh.... bam .20 is accurate... and u did ur part well too...
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    REP: The Airgun Shop

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    Hey, thats what I need !!! Square targets!!!!
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    You can get them on google Farmer. just do a search on images for "air rifle targets" then print to your hearts content.
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    Square targets is for square pellets. You must use round targets
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    Some of the hunting specialist shops sell magic stick on targets like that for grouping .
    I think a pack sells for about R 25 , so they're not to costly.
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    MOT: Thomson Pneumatic Rifles

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    We need to get off to the range for some longer distances, as you get to know the rifle (and use a firmer bench rest, he he), the groups will improve. Also a volumetric silencer should also remove some of the recoil and aid accuracy.
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    Speaking of a more volumetric Silencer - Warrick????
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