Disco turkey target practice
Posted 24 October 2008 - 07:38 AM
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Posted 24 October 2008 - 09:54 AM
Ron..the 15.8 gr JSB's will give you and edge in the wind over 14.3's...and more 'knock" down power...I've been using the 14.3's and now need to test the JSB 15.8's or AA 16 gr....Early morning's here are calm..but around mid-morning prevailing winds are 5-8 mph...so I'm going to favor the 15.8/16 gr pellets...I already set up a range card and wind drift card for the 14.3's out to 60 yards..although I hope to shoot a turkey within 40 yards...at least that is my plan...Here is my wind drift data card(inches) for the JSB 14.3 gr pellet...this took alot of work testing in field conditions and is for 90 degree winds...be interesting to see difference on the 15.8/16 gr pellets... There will be an improvement,although not a large one...
Good Shootin Crazyhorse! I don'y have a lot of experience shootin air rifles in the wind but I know how much it makes a difference in my centerfires.I just asked Shooterjohn about the 14.3 JSB's as it seems a lot of guys are using them instead of the 15.8's that I bought. He said he loves his. Mine are shooting so good that I'm afraid to try the lighter ones but, everyone else seems to like them.Maybe someday if I find them cheap enough or I find some that I don't have to pay more for shipping than the pellets themselves, I'll give them a try.
Posted 24 October 2008 - 02:57 PM
Looks like a game worth checking out anyway. :-)Which Benjamin is the disco? is there a thread that shows all the start up costs for one of these? I'd need the bare minimum unless someone is looking to buy a 6mm benchrest gun. :-)
Sorry Steve it has to be .20 caliber or larger.
Posted 24 October 2008 - 03:14 PM
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