CROSSMAN PREMIER MORE CONSISTANT THAN JSB EXACT?

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    sharroff
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    15.89 g at 630 fps is ~14 fpe.  690 pfs w/ a 14.3 is ~15 fpe.   At that power you should try to 10.34’s AA and JSBs which will get you 810 fps.  The 8.4’s are going to be a little hot at 900 fps, but they may shoot great in your gun.

    Re the groups, is that 50 yards like your previous post mentioned?

     

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    Bobbed06
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    “sharroff”15.89 g at 630 fps is ~14 fpe.  690 pfs w/ a 14.3 is ~15 fpe.   At that power you should try to 10.34’s AA and JSBs which will get you 810 fps.  The 8.4’s are going to be a little hot at 900 fps, but they may shoot great in your gun.

    Re the groups, is that 50 yards like your previous post mentioned?

     

    
No Sir, that is shooting off hand at 20 yards. To go any further than 20 yards I am gonna need a higher quality scope and maybe a tri pod. I am looking at a 3x9x40 adjustable scope. I despise the centerpoint 4×32 scope. Its terrible.

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    sharroff
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    That is good offhand shooting for someone starting out.  With a scope and a tripod or stick and the 10.3 or 8.4 pellets you should be able to significantly shrink that group.  You will probably get it down to one large hole at 20 yards with practice.

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    Bobbed06
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    “sharroff”That is good offhand shooting for someone starting out.  With a scope and a tripod or stick you should be able to significantly shrink that group.

    
Thanks Sharoff, I have alot to learn and a ways to go.

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    Bobbed06
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    “sharroff”15.89 g at 630 fps is ~14 fpe.  690 pfs w/ a 14.3 is ~15 fpe.   At that power you should try to 10.34’s AA and JSBs which will get you 810 fps.  The 8.4’s are going to be a little hot at 900 fps, but they may shoot great in your gun.

    Re the groups, is that 50 yards like your previous post mentioned?

     

    
I just checked the 10.34 AA pellets you mentioned. They are 177 Cal, these cards are from my Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk 22 Cal

    However I do favor the 10.5 Gr Crosman Premier Ultra Mags in my 177 Cal stuff. Bot my 177 cals send 7.4 Gr pellets out at high velocity. My NPS TR77 is about 1050 FPS and my Ruger sends em at about 975 FPS. I use the 10.5 Gr to slow it down and lessen recoil and improve accuracy.

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    Pope_on_Dope
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    Bobbed06 – if you are new to this hobby as you stated: don´t waste your money on a tripod stick. This is good for PCPs but with springers and nitro pistons it is very difficult  to shoot well with it. You might want to read about the “artillery hold”. You noticed correctly that your shooting position affects your accuracy, this is mainly because of your holding of the gun. You need to be extremely consistent if you want to shoot groups under an inch at 30 yards and more and the only way to do this with a springer or nitro piston is the artillery hold but mostly, the guns will not be consistent enough for long range shooting.  I will not write too much about it as the internet is full of explanations but you need to hold the gun very lightly and must not press it into your shoulder, it is totally different to a firearm or PCP that will shoot straight no matter how you hold on to it because they have different recoil harmonics. 

    If you are serious about shooting and want to get tighter groups at long range and maybe start hunting small game where you have a killzone smaller than one inch, you will eventually have to change to a PCP but its an investment that is worth its money. The Benjamin Marauder is a good and affordable starter. If you want to hunt and not only target shoot, go at least for a .22 or larger. 

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    125sniper
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    I think your right mrjohn  if your shooting out to 100 yards  you can really tell the differences in pellets  the cphp are the most accurate  from tin to tin. The jsb’s  can be way off  from tin to tin . They are accurate enough from pellet to pellet in the same tin but when you open a new tin they don’t hit anywhere near on the target where the last tin hit  and thats a pain in the butt so I quite using them  because of that . I didn’t weigh or measure them I just shot them  and once I found out they  didn’t hit the same area from tin to tin I gave up . I did find the cphp stayed really close to the same area on the target  from tin to tin and I think that is important .

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    Vince_Diesel
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    “Ginuwine1969”I heard because Corpsman pellets where so hard they can damage your barrel over time?  Not sure if this is true, its just what i’ve heard on a forum.

    
Started a new topic like this before I had found this quote. Is there any truth to Crosman pellets and it’s inherent hardness damaging barrels?

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    125sniper
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    I’m pretty sure there is no  lead pellet manufactured today  that is so hard its going to  change the inside dimension or the barrel’s  rifling ,even the cheapest made barrels would take many thousands of pellets that would take a life time to shoot and still after a good cleaning would be the same inside dimension .

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