Hunting with the JSB Hades .25

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    davidsng
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    TNT19
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    Wow. Those pellets are insane. They seem to really like that CZ barrel.  Thanks for the review. Keep up the great work.

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    Jshepherd70
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    I have a thread going about these. What are you finding for B.C on these?  As you mentioned they fly pretty well much like the normal diabalo 

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    davidsng
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    Thanks guys! It looks like the trajectory compared to the speed sets it to about 0.26, like what Hard Air Magazine posted.  They always seem to have it posted correctly.  I have not officially verified that but I'm pretty sure it is close.

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    davidsng

    Thanks guys! It looks like the trajectory compared to the speed sets it to about 0.26, like what Hard Air Magazine posted.  They always seem to have it posted correctly.  I have not officially verified that but I'm pretty sure it is close.

    Interesting, If I use that they are super high at 100 yards.  They track good for me at around.038 which is what the exact king 25.4 are.

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    uradpsht
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    nice vid! cant wait to shoot my priest, on vacation for two more weeks and its waiting for me at home 😭

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    mtnGhost
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    What's the twist rate in your barrel? And is it choked?

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    davidsng
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    davidsng

    Thanks guys! It looks like the trajectory compared to the speed sets it to about 0.26, like what Hard Air Magazine posted.  They always seem to have it posted correctly.  I have not officially verified that but I'm pretty sure it is close.

    Interesting, If I use that they are super high at 100 yards.  They track good for me at around.038 which is what the exact king 25.4 are.

    Yea, faster they are shot the worst the bc is.  Mine is around 905-910fps, I'm sure around 830fps the bc is better.

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    What's the twist rate in your barrel? And is it choked?

    The twist rate is 17.7 and it is choked.  The CZ choke seems to much more tight than all my other LW barrels. They are very accurate with pellets.

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    rustynuts
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    I'm shooting them at 920 with my wildcat…I will be tuning to around 850-870 this weekend.  My accuracy is acceptable currently but if I can improve shot count and eek out a bit more accuracy I will be a happy camper.  My WC does seem to like them and I have shot 7 squirrels so far with no problems.  It's nice not having to trim the tips on polymags to get them to run in the WC magazine.

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    davidsng

    Thanks guys! It looks like the trajectory compared to the speed sets it to about 0.26, like what Hard Air Magazine posted.  They always seem to have it posted correctly.  I have not officially verified that but I'm pretty sure it is close.

    Interesting, If I use that they are super high at 100 yards.  They track good for me at around.038 which is what the exact king 25.4 are.

    Yea, faster they are shot the worst the bc is.  Mine is around 905-910fps, I'm sure around 830fps the bc is better.

    That's right where I am shooting as well.  I tried higher 925 and 950 and poi didn't really change but i only tested at 50 yards so that supports what you are saying but even at 900 the b.c. appears to be higher than.02x

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    davidsng

    Thanks guys! It looks like the trajectory compared to the speed sets it to about 0.26, like what Hard Air Magazine posted.  They always seem to have it posted correctly.  I have not officially verified that but I'm pretty sure it is close.

    Interesting, If I use that they are super high at 100 yards.  They track good for me at around.038 which is what the exact king 25.4 are.

    Yea, faster they are shot the worst the bc is.  Mine is around 905-910fps, I'm sure around 830fps the bc is better.

    That's right where I am shooting as well.  I tried higher 925 and 950 and poi didn't really change but i only tested at 50 yards so that supports what you are saying but even at 900 the b.c. appears to be higher than.02x

    That's interesting.  I'll test it in the coming days.  I'll let your know my exact bc on the BC .25 hades page.

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    mtnGhost
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    The BCs that I calculated from data recorded by my LR in a 16 shot string with my 350mm Leshiy (light wind from my 11 o'clock @888fps MV) were:

    • 0-50m   0.041
    • 0-112m 0.029
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    mtnGhost

    The BCs that I calculated from data recorded by my LR in a 16 shot string with my 350mm Leshiy (light wind from my 11 o'clock @888fps MV) were:

    • 0-50m   0.041
    • 0-112m 0.029

    +1 Thanks for that !  Do you have this info for the 25.4 kings? 

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    mtnGhost

    The BCs that I calculated from data recorded by my LR in a 16 shot string with my 350mm Leshiy (light wind from my 11 o'clock @888fps MV) were:

    • 0-50m   0.041
    • 0-112m 0.029

    +1 Thanks for that !  Do you have this info for the 25.4 kings? 

    No problem. I stopped shooting the Kings about a year ago. I could never get them shooting well in any kind of wind  😭 

    It's interesting to me that the Hades are noticeably better. Better than average pellet BC, slightly heavier, but more importantly they're far more predictable with my airguns than the Kings were.

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    Pickzilla
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    Damnnnn. Those put the hurt on those pests!! Very nice footage. 

    I have yet to use em but am testing them in with my Taipan and Leshem. 

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