Reply To: First target shoot with Striker 1000x .22
I’ve since gotten some chronograph numbers with the backstop I made from a staples econo storage box, junk mail, four pieces of pink 1″ foam insulation board, & a piece of the old particle board computer hutch. Stopped every pellet shot into it by all three rifles! How about that for finding new uses for junk mail? Caldwell deluxe chronograph with IR LED’s.
CPHP 14.3gr RWS Superpoint Extra 14.5gr H&N Baracuda Green 12.65gr
1) 766 694 864
2) 753 689 870
3) 745 719 867
4) 739 692 865
5) 736 700 865
6) 732 703 869
Average of six shots-
745.16FPS 699.5FPS 866.67FPS
This shows that the 800FPS listed by Hatsan for the Striker 1000x .22 had to come from about a 13 grain pellet. This target at about 22 yards shows what the CPHP did on sight in, but free hand artillery hold.
Next time, we’ll look at what these other two do after sight in is completed.