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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby salop sniper » 06 Feb 2015, 16:11

Falcon Acuracy plus or any of the light pellets I got best results with.

in my .177 i use AA blue tin at 7.9gn rather than 8.4gn. FAP are made by JSB and were great in my Ranger !

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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Reddenning » 06 Feb 2015, 21:58

Mantonflint wrote:
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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It would be much more fun if it were 25 light years! :o
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Reddenning » 06 Feb 2015, 22:22

salop sniper wrote:Falcon Acuracy plus or any of the light pellets I got best results with.

in my .177 i use AA blue tin at 7.9gn rather than 8.4gn. FAP are made by JSB and were great in my Ranger !

ATB

Matt

I quite liked FA+ but stopped using them because the skirts were so thin that they were easily deformed so what accuracy was gained from extra velocity and flatter trajectory was lost in more deformed pellets, I think FA+ are JSB RS and the AA light are JSB Exact Express or derivatives of. Actually these light pellets are a good compromise and seem to shoot well in my tests.

Don't know if weighing the pellets helps but it's certainly tedious so ought to, but have you tried sacrificing a chicken and daubing the blood and feathers over the gun that definitely helps!
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 07 Feb 2015, 00:59

I thought buying a daystate would be fun , not this fussy haha
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Reddenning » 09 Feb 2015, 00:54

So did I. I expected better results from my C. I expected it to be at least as accurate as my HW100 if not more so but right now I'll settle for getting it as accurate and consistent as the Weihrauch.
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 10 Feb 2015, 00:07

It's strange one day u fill to 200 bar , go shot get a very good 2,3 shots in the same hole ,u think flipping great gun ,do every thing next time the same and you think you were shooting a different gun ,
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Reddenning » 12 Feb 2015, 05:13

That's pretty much in line with my experience. I'm hoping DS can fix it because otherwise I've wasted £1500 scoping it up and so far have spent 3months and 1500 pellets firing at chronos and targets to try to get the performance I expected.
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Re: Wolverine b 22

Postby Dodgy » 13 Feb 2015, 21:21

Pretty much the same , about 4 tins of pellets ,but I droppet the fill to 190 bar ,shot 50 ish shots it came down to 150 ish , best groops yet , AA 16 gr and cross man domes 14 gr ,no different same hole ,so may be ,not to fill to 200 bar
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