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    Default BAM vs S400

    I played a bit more to get my BAM more consistent at 12ftlbs and got the following results after some extensive R&D.

    It still does'nt beat the stock s400 but it is dam close. (on performance)


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    impressive indeed

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    That is impressive. I cant believe that a BAM is that good. Boondock will sell loads of them if they can perform that well.Shows you what you can achieve if you have the time to play.

    Just a silly question.Is the BAM not regulated ?I assumed it was.
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Mon Aug 01 2005, 07:39PM ]</span>

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    The bam is not regulated. And at less than half the price of an S400 I think this is a great rifle. Remember The performance posted was only achieved after some modifications and the s400 came like that from the factory.

    I have learnt a lot in the last year and still learning. Lots of tricks still to be found to make these cheap chinese pcp's win FT events ... hehe

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    damn, this freaks me out, the bam was being tested against the s200 most of the time, and now the s400, seems like its doing pretty good.

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    any body got some groupings of both at 12ft/ibs??

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    What did you change on the BAM ? Because I also have a BAM but don't know if I should change it to bring the power down to 12ft/lbs or rather buy a AA S400 classic and use that as a field and target rifle and use the BAM for hunting.

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    If you have the money I would suggest you buy a S400 and keep the BAM for hunting. The reason I have done this is because I don't have the cash for a S400 and would like to do field target. I have also found that at 12ftlbs starlings still go down at 70m when hit.

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    Marksman
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    Arnold can you specify the velocity on that graph instead of the ft/lbs?

    Thx

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