Grizzlies or JSB Diablos?

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    AirGunner07
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    Which is better for hunting small game?

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    pcphunter
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    Accuracy above all else. If the Grizzlies are accurate, they are a better hunting bullet.

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    MarkUK
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    There are a few threads on the Grizzlies if you hunt around this section.

    Ernest likes them: https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/cricket-25-standard-with-a-23-smooth-twist-barrel-mk2-at-950fps-grizzly-at-960/

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    Dartagnan
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    The Diabolos are more accurate in a Wildcat or Marauder out to 100yds. To bad because I really like the bullet shape of the Grizzlies. However, if your target is less then 25 maybe 30yds the Grizzly will certainly do the job. Depends on your tune.

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    Scirroco
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    Any update on the 25 cal grizzlies??
    Rgds steve

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    Scirroco
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    Hi guys
    Ive bought a couple of tins of the 25 cal grizzlies,,if anyone is interested i will do a review of them through my impact,put some over the chrono today and very consistent at 940 fps, will.do some accuracy test and see where we go from there
    Rgds steve

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    T3PRanch
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    Although I still have hope, I have yet to find ANY of my guns that like the Grizzly. :(

    Thurmond

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    Scirroco
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    Hi tp3
    If its not to windy,i will give the grizzlys a go tomorrow and will report back..good or bad
    Rgds steve

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    Scirroco
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    Hi guys
    Tried the grizzlies today,patterns like a shotgun at 33 m..
    Clean barrel and re leaded up,not gonna give up on these pellets,im gonna fir a lothar walther barrel and see how they go,
    Barracuda 31g shot as expected ..excellently
    Rgds steve

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