Air Rifle . . .
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Check out the R-9 - it can be had for less than $400 then add a scope or the Goldfinger to include a scope and muzzle break.Best trigger in a springer and its adjustable.In fact I've got an R9 in .20 that is less than 5 mos old I wouldn't mind selling - I want to invest in a PCP.So ignore the plug - its still a great springer.btw - nice looking fish - George
Hello folks! Accuracy is CRITICAL, as is a good trigger.
Posted 28 November 2008 - 06:47 PM
Thanks for the advice. I'm seriously considering it. Can you recommend a good non-lead 100+ grain .243 Win. ammunition that's certified to be compliant with the Condor Protection Act? I'd be hunting in the buzzard zone. I don't have any reloading equipment so I'd need to buy off the shelf ammo. From what I've seen though, there doesn't seem to be any cost advantage to shooting .243 Win. instead of .270 Win. It's all about a buck a round or worse. Does that sound right?RA
Go for the .243. With the 100 grain loads, you can drop a Deer dirt-dead AND with the Hornady 55 grain loads . . . drop a ‘Yote dirt-dead just as well. Your POI is different and you will need to sight in dependent on which load you use. My son hunts Deer and ‘Yotes with a Savage .243. Great all-around caliber.
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