Why testing pellets are important and a free tin of pellets to the winner.
I have been doing so impromptu pellet testing. Pellets tested:
JSB SCHaK .177 .450
H&N Econ excite .177 4.50
JSB Matck D100 4.50
Old stash Beeman H&N Ultra Match .177 4.50
All shooting done at 10m in what I call Standing Brenchrest.
FWB 300 Tryo made 1970
FWB 600 made ???
3-5 shot groups on a 10m air rifle target.
Now the good part, tell me what pellets shot what group and win a tin pellets. Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy pellets in .22. I will even pay the shipping.
First target (Target FWB300) shot with the 300. Second target (Target FWB 600) shot with the 600.
For this contest we will only score/rate target FWB300 . The 10m Silhouette target was shot with the 300 and what I would call the most (From this test)accurate pellet in that gun.
While the pellet choices were good in the 300 none of them delivered stellar accuracy in the 600, point of this post.
All shots were though match iron sights corresponding to the gun, only different in sights, the 600 has a magnifier in the front globe.
So to win the pellets be the first to post pellets in order of targets. Targets run left to right and there are 3 targets per row.
So you will have row 1, row 2, row 3 and roll 4 for added bonus list what pellet was used on the silly's target. I will let this run all weekend and post the firing order on Monday.
Good luck tim
Beeman, Excite, S100, and Shart for sillies.
I'm looking more at your arrangement than the targets.
Winner by default!
Wow, really expected a little more imput. I sure miss the old yellow. Anyway.
Row 1 Match S100,
Row 2 The big surprise SCHak's
Row 3 H&N Ultra match
Row 4 Excites.
Greatwhite send me you mailing address and you will have some pellets on the way.
Wow... I got ZERO right?
When does that even... oh yeah... right now.
You wouldn't me so smart if you didn't have that card Trebek!