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    Groundhog loss! 48yds 

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    Looks like a fairly large groundhog . What caliber and weigh pellet?

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    “Yote”Looks like a fairly large groundhog . What caliber and weigh pellet?

    
30 impact 44g jsb

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    Nice shot! Entrance was the one on the snout?

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    Nice take down.  That’s one heavy pellet; I am sure it scrambled its brains!

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    Popped him good!

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    I’ve found the 50.15 gr JSBs to deliver slighter better performance than the 44.75s, but I do like the greater speed of the 44s. Currently, I’m using Polymags with the tips removed in my FX Impact 30. Actually, my gun likes all three of these pellets, and I carry Chairgun range cards for all three in my range bag :-)

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    Roger that!

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    Nice, the Impact 30 with 44s provides the speed and oomph to really negate a noggin’!

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    Plinkster, for some reason a message you sent me would not link to the proper forum so I could respond, so I am replicating it here. You wrote: “Congratulations on your sell, but your going to miss that impact for sure. 1 reason being the compactness.. also the ability to tinker with the settings for various pellets not to mention the caliber changing abilities. Don’t get me wrong those Raws are in a class of their own, but they are a mile long!” Man, I miss her already, but I am really looking forward to getting my new RAW .357. Actually, you really hit the nail on the head; the 47″ length of the RAW was a real sticking point with me. But, I found an amazing rifle backpack that can accommodate up to a 60″ long gun. It’s the Eberlestock G2 Gunslinger II (https://www.midwayusa.com/product/2634182551/eberlestock-g2-gunslinger-ii-backpack-with-butt-cover-nylon). Here’s a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHiQmjwQM1A

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    “marcella69″Plinkster, for some reason a message you sent me would not link to the proper forum so I could respond, so I am replicating it here. You wrote: “Congratulations on your sell, but your going to miss that impact for sure. 1 reason being the compactness.. also the ability to tinker with the settings for various pellets not to mention the caliber changing abilities. Don’t get me wrong those Raws are in a class of their own, but they are a mile long!” Man, I miss her already, but I am really looking forward to getting my new RAW .357. Actually, you really hit the nail on the head; the 47″ length of the RAW was a real sticking point with me. But, I found an amazing rifle backpack that can accommodate up to a 60″ long gun. It’s the Eberlestock G2 Gunslinger II (https://www.midwayusa.com/product/2634182551/eberlestock-g2-gunslinger-ii-backpack-with-butt-cover-nylon). Here’s a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHiQmjwQM1A

    
Wow your willing to tote that thing on your back? People will think your carrying a set of ski’s in the summer..lol Good luck buddy

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    Actually, the way the backpack is designed, it’s not apparent that there’s a rifle in there.

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    Plinster, is this the same impact in your classified?

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    “Smaug”Nice shot! Entrance was the one on the snout?

    
Thanks.. lthat’s the exit wound.  I actually shot the Groundhog in the mouth knocking out its teeth. 

    
Lol.  Free dental work, can’t beat that!  Nice shooting.

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    “tutuan”Plinster, is this the same impact in your classified?

    
Same Beast!

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    “Smaug”Nice shot! Entrance was the one on the snout?

    
Thanks.. lthat’s the exit wound.  I actually shot the Groundhog in the mouth knocking out its teeth. 

    
Lol.  Free dental work, can’t beat that!  Nice shooting.

    
Lol always free

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    My Winchester 1400cs magnum .177 is 52 inches long. Hard to find a case to fit it. Slings lead pretty fast and hard too. Can’t wait to chronograph my new Benji Trail NP XL725 .25cal this week. Got H&N and JSB pellets from 19.91 to 26.38 grains.

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