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 Post subject: Scratch built
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:09 am 
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Good stuff first:

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5 shots 3/8" on centers...

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... and a dime almost covers the group.

14.3 gr Daisy H/P @ 12 Meters

Shot with this:

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made up from stuff laying around. Kinda low on SBK's right now :lol:

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Modified front from some springer or anudder. Yes, it's a concrete anchor, in case you were asking :mrgreen: It's expander section is a perfect fit over the 7/16" XX style bbl.

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Rear factory reversed peep up as high as it will go. Electrical tape covers the distracting adjustment slot for the time being.

18" Crosman .22 bbl. 6 pumps on the ftp for 490-510 fps. The daisy's don't avg. all that well all the time. Cardboard box under the pump handle rest.

The fibre optic is actually a bit big. It completely covers my 1/2" stick on bull at 12 M.

Very good potential here- enough to consider a FP-GR for the rear, and a nice home made front pin....

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:23 am 
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I do not recall my 1322 doing that well, with the shoulder stock. Shorter sight radius, but still, that looks mighty fine. How does it shoot with JSB's or any other higher quality pellets?

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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Daryl wrote:
I do not recall my 1322 doing that well, with the shoulder stock.?

then maybe its the shooter :lol:
JK....Daryl... :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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Nice shooting! Did you just swap the barrel and breech on your 2100/1377?

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:30 pm 
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Daryl wrote:
I do not recall my 1322 doing that well, with the shoulder stock. Shorter sight radius, but still, that looks mighty fine. How does it shoot with JSB's or any other higher quality pellets?


I haven't ever ran into accuracy concerns with the 10.1" .22 bbls that come with the 13-22. I did have a turd or two 14.3" 22-89 bbl, so I guess it all evens out down the line :wink:

This is not a new bbl. It's the old 22-60 contour pattern, and is 8-10 years old. Eldest grandson had wanted a carbine for work in the willows for ruffies. I haven't really shot it that much except to test for the polymag predators. It will do 3/4" at least at 25 yds with quality glass aboard. It sat for the longest time on a 22-89 tube in the back of the truck. Current tube is the 2nd latest 13-77 tube with the 3 screw sideplate over the sear. Grandson sorta lost interest for the time being. It'll still be here for him if he ever regains interest. He did take a couple of rabbits and I don't know how many grouse with it...

At present, I can't test very well with the crude factory sights. I really do have to get an order in one of these days for parts....

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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wesb2007 wrote:
Nice shooting! Did you just swap the barrel and breech on your 2100/1377?

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Nope- not at all. :mrgreen: That girl's staying in one piece with it's 24" .177 bbl. and steel breech.

This one's 18" and .22, on a plastic factory breech for the time being....

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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Ok! [emoji4] must be the forestock throwing me off, looks like a longer tube than 1322.

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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I'll try and remember to get a side by side up- maybe on the weekend. I hear the gravel pit calling....

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 Post subject: Re: Scratch built
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Yep! Wish I could join you!

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