Become an AGN forum member to be included in our multi-thousand dollar Monthly Airgun Giveaways! Winning is as easy as picking a number, no strings attached! This is our way of thanking you for being a part of the worlds biggest airgun forum. Yours truly, Michael Wendt - Owner.
Join HERE

Dream Air Rifle for NRL22

Forums NRL22 NRL22 Talk Dream Air Rifle for NRL22

  • Views : 1842
  • Link

    idoc
    Participant
    Member

    If you were going to buy an air rifle for NRL 22, what would it be and why? What aspects of that gun(caliber, power, stock, weight, etc.) would make it good for this competition? If your first choice is the FX Impact (because I assume a lot of you are going to say that), what would be your second choice?

    Link

    TNT19
    Participant
    Member

    The rti priest 2. It's similar to the impact and is easy to work on. Very solid construction and is super accurate.

    Link

    idoc
    Participant
    Member

    What caliber on the Priest? 

    Link

    TNT19
    Participant
    Member

    I purchased the 25 caliber first,  then the 22 caliber kit .

    Link

    Hapo
    Participant
    Member

    …which one do you use…???…

    Link

    nickcfcg
    Participant
    Member

    NRL matches are out to 300 yards, not sure an air rifle will get you that distance. The guys are hitting 12" plates at 300. With my daystate .22 30ft-LBS, 100 yards is the limit for accurate shots. 

    Link

    B
    Participant
    Member

    nickcfcg

    NRL matches are out to 300 yards, not sure an air rifle will get you that distance. The guys are hitting 12" plates at 300. With my daystate .22 30ft-LBS, 100 yards is the limit for accurate shots. 

     NRL22 matches are only up to 100yards

    B

    Link

    Eaglehorn
    Participant
    Member

    nickcfcg

    NRL matches are out to 300 yards, not sure an air rifle will get you that distance. The guys are hitting 12" plates at 300. With my daystate .22 30ft-LBS, 100 yards is the limit for accurate shots. 

    You've got NRL22 and NRL22X confused.

    NRL22 – Max range of 100 yards

    "The NRL22 will provide a local monthly course of fire based off the NRL22 2020 Standard Target Package and Standard Barricade List. The local monthly course of fire will always be a total of 5 stages, 100 yards or less and different every month."

    NRL22X

    "The minimum allow distance is 25 yards with no limit to maximum yardage so long as the Match Director has target flashers to ensure the identification of hits or misses."

    Link

    Abbey
    Participant
    Member

    fx

    Link

    Goldwingpilot
    Participant
    Member

    Is anyone using .22 cal AG or is the .25 that much better for bucking the wind?

     

    Link

    Centercut
    Participant
    Member

    I haven't shot NRL-22 yet, but plan to (nothing within 3 hours of San Diego).  I build a .25 Slug gun for long range pesting and NRL-22.  FX Impact with PP shoots 43.5 grain NSA slugs at 900 FPS.  Gun is ready, not sure about the shooter…  ;)

    Link

    dapoun
    Participant
    Member

    West End Gun Club 2 hrs. north of you  was holding matches pre Covid but has not resumed matches yet. When they do open back up though I'm not sure what I will compete with yet.   Either my raptor or one of my marauders.

    Link

    Hearkens
    Participant
    Member

    I own 2 impacts and a Uragan. I shoot NRL with the Uragan 22 with slugs.. i may try the Vulcan 25 next. I prefer the AGT guns because they shoot pellets and slugs extremely well without tuning…. unlike the impacts. I’m learning I need a heavier slug for the dualing trees at 100 yards. Both the Uragan and Vulcan are accurate at 200. Havnt shot at 300

Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.