Pellets Vs Slugs in Heavy Wind

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    Bob_O
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    So put the 50gr JSB against Matt's 30gr slug.  

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    It's all good.

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    edosan
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    Bob_O

    So put the 50gr JSB against Matt's 30gr slug.  

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    It's all good.

    Probably the slug will win, but the point is , that is a fair fight… 😜

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    Shinyknight
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     was hoping to see them actually do a comparison shooting pellets vs slug at 50 yards, 100 yards, and 150 yards and see which holds the tighter groups. Using same gun, example both using impact. Keep changing guns isn't gonna help. One gun could be more accurate than the other. Try using same gun for all test, just changing out the pellet liner and slug liner.

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    tsmith
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    I’ll stick to pellets.  They shoot plenty good for me.  At 1/4 the cost.  I don’t sort pellets by size, weight, or looks.  If. See one with a damaged skirt(within reason) I use it.  Don’t clean or lube pellets.  I am into the sport to enjoy it and eliminate grief and stress.  Load and shoot.  Shooting something at long range is ok.  But I much prefer to get closer to my game.  I compare it to shooting a deer at 50 plus yards with a bow.  It defeats the whole purpose of archery hunting to shoot something far away.

     

    Airhunters……do you have anything other than birds to shoot?  Just wondering. Would like the see something different

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    Yote
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    tsmith

    I’ll stick to pellets.  They shoot plenty good for me.  At 1/4 the cost.  I don’t sort pellets by size, weight, or looks.  If. See one with a damaged skirt(within reason) I use it.  Don’t clean or lube pellets.  I am into the sport to enjoy it and eliminate grief and stress.  Load and shoot.  Shooting something at long range is ok.  But I much prefer to get closer to my game.  I compare it to shooting a deer at 50 plus yards with a bow.  It defeats the whole purpose of archery hunting to shoot something far away.

     

    Airhunters……do you have anything other than birds to shoot?  Just wondering. Would like the see something different

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    Bob_O
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    Seriously guys. They chose the best tools for the job…Neither the Crown nor the Wildcat are handicapped in any way.  Had they used the Impact to shoot the pellets the results would have been the same.

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    edosan
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    a small recap, something like this is what I meant with a fair fight:

    Pretty clear what the trend in RMAC will be ;)

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    Bob_O
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    I'll bet the pre-order list for the Impact X MKII is growing by the minute!

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    D-RIG
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    May I ask who is taking pre-orders on the Impact MK-2 .

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    Centercut
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    AirHunters

    The Monster Redesigned is completely unstable beyond 70 meters.  Watch our previous video to see those results. The spiral completely out of control. 

    Would like for the Air Hunters to qualify that statement. With which gun, which barrel (liner) and at what speed? In my experience, the 25.4 grain RD Monsters are totally stable at 115 yards, which is as far as I've shot them in competition.  I shoot them from a .22 EDgun R3 Long at 915 FPS.  I think the LW barrel in the Eddy is 1:16" twist.  ;)

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