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.22 sig sauer asp20

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    c_m_shooter
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    chemclay

    Does anyone know how the .177 asp compares in performance?

     

    18.5 ft lbs with 10.5 grain pellets.  Accuracy is good, 1.5 inch spinners are boring out to 50 yards at the house.  I had mixed results shooting a couple rounds of field target.  Its hold sensitivity starts to show on elevated targets.  If the targets are level I shoot about the same percentage as with my HW97.

    That's really good c_m_; how did you decide on the .177?

    I shoot field target and plink in my house and yard.  I have no need for a .22

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    Glenroiland
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    chemclay

    c_m_shooter

    chemclay

    Does anyone know how the .177 asp compares in performance?

     

    18.5 ft lbs with 10.5 grain pellets.  Accuracy is good, 1.5 inch spinners are boring out to 50 yards at the house.  I had mixed results shooting a couple rounds of field target.  Its hold sensitivity starts to show on elevated targets.  If the targets are level I shoot about the same percentage as with my HW97.

    That's really good c_m_; how did you decide on the .177?

    I shoot field target and plink in my house and yard.  I have no need for a .22

    I went with the .177 as well.  Sometimes I wish I went .22, but the .177 hits so hard and is so accurate that I think I'm happy with the .177.  Plus, if I NEED .22, I can pick up one of 22's lol

     

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