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 Post subject: Re: .25 Pellets
PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:25 pm 

Joined: Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:13 pm
Posts: 355
Location: Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia
sorry for taking so long with these pics, Peter. These are "The Peak" .25 pellets in 25.1 gr, shot from a 2240 with a homemade 6 inch rifled barrel. the makeshift target is nearly 4inch in dia. and I shot leaned against a stepladder @ 28 feet, no warm ups, just rattled off 10 as fast as I could. there are a few flyers that were my fault, at these short ranges these seem to shoot as well with this pistol as it did for me when it was shooting .22 CHP pellets(mind you I'm not that great a shot either), the barrel may be a bit of a variable too but...these pellets are very soft and mushroom bigtime even at low velocities(365-70fps), seem pretty clean and uniform, i'd like to get my carbine setup with a scope and try at longer ranges and see how well they do. The pellet pics(l to r) unshot pellet, pellet pushed down a barrel, and well the rest you can guess,(hit softwood ply behind a paper and pizza box). not a lot of details and data I know, just a quick observation, and after the hot day I had, those ten shots felt pretty darn good! :D

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