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Postby Dodgy » 04 Feb 2015, 20:19

Pellet test filled to 210 bar , shot to 170 bar .ten shots in each hole ,apart from the first shot ??
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Mantonflint » 05 Feb 2015, 07:51

At what distance Dodgy?
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby tonylam » 05 Feb 2015, 10:20

I think it reads 25 years on the card
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 05 Feb 2015, 10:35

25 yards ,7 pm little bit of wind from the left , i was gona try to emty the bottle but got to cold
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby john79 » 05 Feb 2015, 17:17

Id say try some different pellet's pal because at 25 yrds you should be stacking pellets on top of each other :shock:
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 06 Feb 2015, 00:04

Got any sergestions
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Reddenning » 06 Feb 2015, 01:32

How were you shooting, with a rest or off hand? What was your swp? How big is the grid and red dot? Looks to be about 25mm & 12 mm resp?

I don't know that pellet on pellet is a realistic expectation but that's probably not as good as I would expect from a full rest which would be a single hole ie all touching though not pellet on pellet TBH. So you might not have used a full rest.
If you think that the grouping could be better experiment with different head sizes using JSB Exact (which I don't find are that much different from AA DF) in my 0.177 'C' type. RWS Super Field and Exact Express (or the AA equivalents) might also be worth a try. I tend to find that such fine tuning improvements you can see aren't maintained at different points on the power curve or at different ranges ie you may find that one pellet brand isn't universally the best at all points and batch to batch differences maybe significant too.
I've a theory which I've yet to look at in a statistically significant way which suggests that better shot to shot consistency maybe achieved by detuning the pellet selection so it doesn't quite give the best power output. This is based on my theory that slight pellet differences and deformities will produce less pellet to pellet velocity differences than they would on a highly tuned pellet. When I get my rifle back from DS I'll be doing this using a Prochrono to see if I can find minimum pellet to pellet velocity variation with different pellet brands and head sizes. Then I'll do some range tests.
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Mantonflint » 06 Feb 2015, 07:51

tonylam wrote:I think it reads 25 years on the card

Thanks Tony; new specs required! (Isn't 25 years a long time for a pellet test though?).
Auto-correct strikes again. :D
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 06 Feb 2015, 09:02

Shooting off a rest ,finding a pellet that the rifle likes, didn't thnik it would be hard ! ,the AA fields go in nice , no crunching sound ,does weighing the pellets help ?
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby john79 » 06 Feb 2015, 14:50

mine liked Crossman premier ultra magnums /webley accupell .
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