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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:49 pm 
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gammawolf wrote:
i am definately going to be shooting in this type of competition (hunter) i have a bam b4 .177 and i am shooting one holers at 10 meters, is there a fps limit on the guns?


20 foot pounds of energy is the limit (thats like shooting a 7.9g pellet at 1070fps over a chrony), so likely you won't have a problem.

Hope to see you at some of the 2008 matches shooting in the new "Hunter" division!


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lol well no problem there i am looking forward to 2008 oh and btw i was using crosman premier hollow points to get those one holers


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gammawolf, you might find that your pellets although are tracking straight at 10 meters will change their line of travel at 20 and beyond....


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lol your right rvd way off ! but i also think that is because my scope is coming off the rails! every time i shoot it slides a little tiny bit further back, any suggestions on how to stop this?
p.s. i have the mounts as tight as they go


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You may have to look into either a scope stop or one piece mounts. Both can be ordered from a few places like D&L Airguns and Air Gun Source. There are more, but these are two I know have them.

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http://www.dlairgun.com/scopes.htm
If you scroll right to the very bottom there is a Gamo Scope Stop for $6.


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thanks guys


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