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    Default the better way to shoot tight group...

    got double loaded by accident... becoz still new with 10 shots mag... so 2 pellets fired and landed on the target... distance is 25yds.





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    I wonder what the velocity and fpe was? Can you chrony next time?
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    He he, cool, I used to double load my webley 5.5 for fun as a kid and the grouping was rubbish, Boondock that is an astonishing result especially at 25yds.
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    yes... i just tested over the chrony...

    it's doing 727fps with .20cal x2 pellets and was doing 1027fps with 1 pellet... so the fpe stays the same...
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    wow...that is pretty interesting...mmm, I feel a shotgun experiment coming on..!
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    Many years ago when I still had a Gecado I also double loaded it, but can't remember the results, Had lots of fun with that gun though.
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