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Just thought you guys might be interested is these short clips of a pellet test in my Morini 162ie and my 5 shot Aeron B96 pistol. These are both shot at 10 metres with cheap Hobby pellets. 5 shot group for the Morini measures 8.4mm (Outside to outside).

 

 

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1 minute ago, old'un said:

Blimey, hope you live on your own or you have a warning sign for people stepping out the side door.

That's my workshop - my own private domain. :)

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2 minutes ago, WalkedUp said:

Tight group 

I was trying to see if it was worth using premium pellets for competition in my match pistols - R10's at £8.95/500 or Hobby at £6.50/500. The R10's did give smaller groups but as the Hobby pellets will still all score 10's on the non-decimal targets I consider them certainly good enough for me. I now know the frequent 7's are not the pistol or the pellets. :)

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2 hours ago, mel b3 said:

Those pistols are amazingly accurate 👌

Not bad with what's considered a "training" pellet. This is the group with the premium match pellets, again 5 shots at 10M.. 

Nothing wrong with short barrels. Back in the olden days I did a fair bit of testing various .32 match pistols (Walther/Pardini/Fas etc.)Using a Ransom machine rest. These pistols only had about 4" barrels but, with the right load gave excellent accuracy at 25 yds.

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51 minutes ago, 1066 said:

Not bad with what's considered a "training" pellet. This is the group with the premium match pellets, again 5 shots at 10M.. 

Nothing wrong with short barrels. Back in the olden days I did a fair bit of testing various .32 match pistols (Walther/Pardini/Fas etc.)Using a Ransom machine rest. These pistols only had about 4" barrels but, with the right load gave excellent accuracy at 25 yds.

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Again , that's amazing accuracy.  I've done lots of pistol shooting in the past ,  but I've never shot a decent air pistol , and didn't realise just how accurate they could be.

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Dam! there nice, I do play with a gamo compact with a very sorted trigger there not bad once this is done and an old Walther LP mod3 I use cheap pellets myself not for cost more for lack of skill! and for me its good training as I'm left handed and the pistols are not.

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21 minutes ago, Chaz25 said:

Dam! there nice, I do play with a gamo compact with a very sorted trigger there not bad once this is done and an old Walther LP mod3 I use cheap pellets myself not for cost more for lack of skill! and for me its good training as I'm left handed and the pistols are not.

The LP 3 was a quality match pistol, international competition level when it was introduce in 1973 - should still be capable of a good performance. I have a Walther LP53, a spring target pistol but difficult to shoot well.

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