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    .25 Impact pp 700mm slug liner, NSA 29.5gr @ 895fps.

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    I killed a ground squirrel at 127 yds with the .25 Grizzleys from my RAW. Shot ok today, like crap the next day. Gave them away.

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    Thanks

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    .25 NSA 29.5 gr @ 895fps, Impact MK2 PP.

    I tested those today with my 25 cal 700 mm Slugliner  @ 950 and they performed pretty good at 60 yards in very strong wind . Will test at 110 tomorrow. 

    What settings is your Impact set at? PP or not?

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    .25 NSA 29.5 gr @ 895fps, Impact MK2 PP.

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    Shooting 25 cal NSA 29.5 at 895fps with small groups. The 29gr and 34.7 are not working so far.

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    2 pair of shoes/boots. Plastic bags to put smelly boots in.

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    They are SLOW. It sucks.

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    I cut a section of pool noodle about 3" in length. Cut 1/4" lengthwise off the top to make it a flat resting place. Then cut a 45* angle cut for bottle clearance. Put pool noodle in DG not too tight, rest Impact on PN and shoot. 

    I already had a tripod, so I ordered a ball head with picatinny clamp from an outfit in Utah that manufactures the ball head. Also ordered an extended picatinny and this is what I use now. Hands free. Love it. Death Grip is good, but I did not want to squeeze the bottle.  

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    Sherridan .20 cal.

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    64, been airgunning since I was 18.

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    What`s up Ginuwine.

    I am in the market for another airgun also. I have a few pcp guns, one .22 pcp, and a couple .25`s.  Been wanting an FX Impact, .22/25. I want to shoot longer distance. I am thinking the .22 will get the job done, but .25 will deliver more energy on target. Slugs will be the ammo of choice. Thinking, thinking. Will make a decision soon.

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    Adjustable scope rings.

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    What velocities are you getting shooting .25 slugs? I am shooting 33.95 mk2`s at 850fps(Martin tune), and Griffin 30gr hp at 360fps.

    1/2" groups at 50 yards with the Griffin slugs.

    I have lots of slugs, NSA, Rat Sniper and Griffin. Slug weights range from 25gr, to 34.7gr. So far the 30gr HP .249 Griffin shoots the best. I want more power for longer shots. What speeds work for you ?

     

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    Congratulations. Your TX200 is beautiful and shooting very good.

    My TX200 .22 walnut arrived on the 16th. Beautiful wood. Shooting 14.3 CP`s. Mount is a BKL one piece, ARKEN 4-14×44. Cleaned the barrel real good. I am not going to do anything to it until I have hundreds if not thousands of pellets through it. Further testing to be done.

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    I won`t have another Banner after it failed on a 10/22.

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    It is the double recoil I am worried about. Thanks douger.

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    Is the Arken sh-4 Springer rated?

    Anyone have one on a springer?

    I too, need glass for a TX200.

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    Peeps, I bought some slugs from Griffin Slugs on ebay. The slugs are very well made. I usually shoot NSA or VKnockers. I have wanted to try a lighter slug in my RAW .25 LRT. I was not disappointed. The 30 gr slugs shoot very well but, they are a hair to long for the mag. By a hair I mean a couple 30 gr slugs caused the mag to not cycle. I single loaded them and they are fantastic. The 28gr slugs function flawlessly in the mag and shoot as well. I got all giddy shooting the 25gr slugs. I am at an undisclosed location and could not chrono the slugs. I will say that at 50yrds the 25gr slugs shoot about 1" higher than 34gr slugs. 

    I have more slugs on the way, 29grs. I will shoot the 25, 28, 29s and 30s, then buy a herd of the ones that I like best for hunting. Love this RAW LRT.

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    NSA and VK 33/34gr slugs shoot very well in my gun. So well, I only hunt with slugs.

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