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Ok sub 12 attemp.... golf ball challange.... 

 

Thanks to Figgy he found me a good priced chalk golf ball. So i bought 3 qnd theyve arrived.. so depending on if i can get the range and being empty to do this what would you think would be a good challange

 

 

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The way i see it .

Its not really much of a challenge if you put the ball at 120 yds and shoot 57 pellets before you fluke a hit  .

Or if you put it at 45 yds and smash it first time  .

The range has to be the very far limit of the cal at that energy .

So what your left with is skill and ability to shoot  

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7 hours ago, Ultrastu said:

The way i see it .

Its not really much of a challenge if you put the ball at 120 yds and shoot 57 pellets before you fluke a hit  .

Or if you put it at 45 yds and smash it first time  .

The range has to be the very far limit of the cal at that energy .

So what your left with is skill and ability to shoot  

You seen that guy on youtube fluke one of those exploding targets with his prosport at 200 yards

Chuck enough lead and you'll hit it... 

 

Just like to add, didnt know you could get chalk balls,  Im going to film this when I get some at the driving range 😂😂😂👍

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6 hours ago, villaman said:

80 yards is only 2 .5 mildots on my set up

Ok  ?

I have  4x32 mildot scope   on a 6 fpe gun .id imagine that it would need around 8 mildots to hit at 80 yds  

But so what ???

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10 hours ago, Ultrastu said:

Sub 12 .177 id say 80 yds do it in 3 shots .

And you have 3 previous shots to work out your hold /mildot  .

Do that and you get a chocky bar..

 

22  try 70 yds same rules  .

Ill try yhis method. I was going today but its raining here today dohhhh

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200 yards, I know you can hit them at 150.

Get it on video too. 

200 yards 183m in Strelock using sub12 jsb 10.34 gr is 60mils or 12meters of holdover. Bit less for your 30m zero.

Using 8.4gr at your zero 200 yards183m is 37.52 mils or 9.9 meters. 1ftlb retained energy.

Off hand at 75 yards as per the airgun depot challenge.

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In .22 using JSB exacts it's only 49.45 mils of elevation at 200 yards.  Only 9.05m so less total elevation over distance.

Retained energy 2ftlb, if we need 3ftlb for a kill 163meters is the limit. Luckily your range finder should give you a aim point at 10meters high 😂😂

So what's it going to be Arron ?

A second focal plane zoomed out might give you the holdover.

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6 hours ago, figgy said:

200 yards, I know you can hit them at 150.

Get it on video too. 

200 yards 183m in Strelock using sub12 jsb 10.34 gr is 60mils or 12meters of holdover. Bit less for your 30m zero.

Using 8.4gr at your zero 200 yards183m is 37.52 mils or 9.9 meters. 1ftlb retained energy.

Off hand at 75 yards as per the airgun depot challenge.

Lol not sure i can even get 200 yards lol toshoot

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1 hour ago, figgy said:

150 will do then if that's all the range has.

Be good to see on video.

Ill need to go down on a day when theres no one there so may have to book a day off. Also only have my mobile camera for video lol so will do my best.

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48 minutes ago, Arron yeates said:

Lol no only have spare scopes lol. Ive got a video of a 1 inch apple getting smashed at 100m but cant upload it

Perfect get a scope set up and tape your phone to it.  Should get a video out if it.

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