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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:00 pm 
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What's the difference between the two of them? I see the stock is different but is one better than the other.
I'm starting to look for a good 22 cal non pal rifle.
Does anyone know the chrony numbers on these out of the box? I'm guessing they would have equal power.


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My newish Diana 24 in .22 averages 458.7fps with Exact RS 13.43g if that helps.
Haven't Chrony'd a 240 yet...

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:19 pm 
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57scott wrote:
My newish Diana 24 in .22 averages 458.7fps with Exact RS 13.43g if that helps.
Haven't Chrony'd a 240 yet...

Yeah that helps.
How do you like it ?


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I like it a lot- clean cocking cycle, tight lockup, and the TO5 trigger is crisp and predictable.
Accuracy is great, assuming I do my part.
I also have the .177 version of the 24, and it's of equally high quality. For the price point, you can't beat 'em..

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