Reply To: Which .30 Cal Rifle for 75-100yds.
My experience is that a .30 cal needs to be pushing 90 foot pounds or better with the 44 grain pellet or it just doesn’t perform that well past 100 yards. Between 80-90 foot pounds the .30 caliber has a much flatter trajectory. Choose a .30 caliber that was designed from the ground up to be a .30. Guns like the Daystate and EDgun are different than their smaller siblings. I shot a Daystate 303 and it really shot well.