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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2022 10:43 am 
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LOL~ yeah, the group is. BIG... not the worst, it looks no fliers, right?! :)

Yep, not a problem to post the testing result when I get it delivered ~

XS28M .25 @ 26fpe
HW45 Beast
6mm AW-Custom Z-Killer DE
HW 30s/35e/97k
CZ200s Laminated @ 10fpe
AA ProSport 177 @ 12fpe
HW 40+Extender/Scoped P3/70/75

PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2022 5:27 pm 
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I'll wrap this up with the weight measurements I did today, on a sensitive gr scale (.00 gr resolution). The Daisys came is at 7.42 to 7.78 gr for an average of 7.6 gr as measured before, the shorter pellets were on the low side of the distribution, and the long ones on the high side. But some of the short ones were heavy like 7.65 gr and some of the long ones were light like 7.54 gr. Go figure - probably not worth the effort of sorting these based on anything.

TH SS Venom pellets were 8.08 gr on average, low of 8.00 and high of 8.12 gr so much less variability on their weight, and about what I've measured for variability on JSB exacts in the past. HIH. :drinkers:



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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2022 4:07 pm 

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Closer weights certainly have the potential to shoot more accurately, especially when longer range is involved.

Best Wishes

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