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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2014 2:23 pm 
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shot groups taken this afternoon with my Diana 34 at 30 yards using jsb exacts

i'm very very very pleased with groups 3 and 5, when i did shoot group 3, i could only see one hole, thought the rest were flyers outside the card...silly me

this rifle is boringly accurate and doesn't offer enough challenge, think i'm going to sell it on here............NOT :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2014 3:00 pm 
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Be proud!


believe me, i am

what a tack driver this rifle is becoming, its now on the top spot in my airgun cabinet, it de-throned my very accurate Leverage

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Wow....try challenging yourself by shooting with your eyes closed now.

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Plinkercases wrote:
Wow....try challenging yourself by shooting with your eyes closed now.


i was thinking more driving my riding mover and shoot off my back using a mirror :lol: :lol: :lol:

oh, your not off the hook for that impressive 50 feet off hand, of course i'll try to beat that...or least equal it :D

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The riding mower shot requires video proof not just a still picture though.
Good luck and God speed man!

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Good shooting, my stepfather has a Diana 34 and I don't think he realizes how good a gun it really is, hes still on his original pack of pellets and the gun is over 5 years old at least
I cant make a tin last a sitting :)
Are those 30 yards off hand or rested?

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Good shooting bud, #5 is perfect just how i like it 8) :lol:

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Good shooting, my stepfather has a Diana 34 and I don't think he realizes how good a gun it really is, hes still on his original pack of pellets and the gun is over 5 years old at least
I cant make a tin last a sitting :)
Are those 30 yards off hand or rested?


the shots are rested on my bench, as for your stepfather, i can say that i expected the 34 to be broken in at the 200 pellet mark, but was still a bit jumpy and sending a flyer here and there, at the 300 mark, it really started to shine where i got groups like that consistently, even the non ragged holes can still be covered by a dime

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Good shooting bud, #5 is perfect just how i like it 8) :lol:


thx Mario, yeah 5 is good, but 3 is great, can't expect that of every groups, but i'll take number 5 any day

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there all good bud :wink:
yes #3 is nice too. 8)

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I don't see my answer, so I'll ask! .177 or .22?
5 is perfect!

Nicely done! Time to start offhand practice! :D

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Ace wrote:
there all good bud :wink:
yes #3 is nice too. 8)


i think i understand, if you click on the pic, the dot on the bullseye of group 3 is not a hole, but a pellet i put there as a reference, group 3 is smaller then 5 :)

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I don't see my answer, so I'll ask! .177 or .22?
5 is perfect!

Nicely done! Time to start offhand practice! :D


since i limit myself to target shooting, its 177, and you're right about the offhand thing, i mean, can't let Murray get away with it right 8)

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Ace wrote:
there all good bud :wink:
yes #3 is nice too. 8)


i think i understand, if you click on the pic, the dot on the bullseye of group 3 is not a hole, but a pellet i put there as a reference, group 3 is smaller then 5 :)


lol.... :oops:
guess i should have clicked the pic looked like a hole lol..... :wink:
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