One BIG pellet...
Posted 28 September 2008 - 10:51 AM
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Posted 29 September 2008 - 12:11 PM
Yep, the 16 grainers are for sure super accurate pellets. I would just like a little bit more thump on those 85 to 100 yard prairie dogs. I know the Kodiaks would be good, but they start to get pretty loopy out that far. That 18 grainer just might be what the doctor ordered. A bit more thump and almost as flat as the 16 grainers. You know I have to try 'em. What's another tin of pellets among the dozens of different types I've already accumulated over the years. You know how it is John. Gotta try 'em all.
I like the 16gr JSB's they work fine for me. I can shoot a heck of a group at 100 yards with them.
Posted 29 September 2008 - 02:07 PM
Posted 29 September 2008 - 02:51 PM
You just never can tell. Like those 25+ year old Beeman .177 Ram Jets, that I have 7000 of, that have never shot in ANYTHING EVER that I tried them in. Right up until I got the .177 Discovery,and it shoots them into sub half inch at 40 yards. Now all I need to do is keep buying airguns until I find one that shoots each of dozens of other worthless pellets that I am hoarding. C'mon, you don't expect me to just throw them out do you? I've got serious money tied up in these worthless things, and If I hold out just a bit longer, with the price of scrap lead going up all the time, I will actually make money be dumping them on the scrap metal market. OR NOT!
Yes Cliff I do know how it is. I have boxes and boxes of pellet tins that are mostly full because I was disappointed in their particular performance. My wife started to throw them away and I flipped out. She said you don't use them. I said not now but I might get a gun that likes them and I won't have to buy them again to find out. Besides all of the different colored tins are pretty and I like all of the colors!
Posted 23 October 2008 - 08:29 AM
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