The Vulcan, the Squirrel and Spaz.

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    2manyAirGunz
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    I think my Jack Russell Terrier, Spaz, is going to enjoy this new Vulcan2 .25cal.

     As for the squirrels raiding my bird feeder, not so much.

    30 yard, head shot. 

    I still would not recommend the scope.

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    sonny
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    love that stock, very nice grain.

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    Hynzie
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    ill second that ,,this beuty ,oh man i seen a few of the bull  pup stocks that were not very appealing ,this is beautiful congrats to u and SPAZ

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    Hynzie
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    is that a AZTEC scope?pat

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    2manyAirGunz
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    Hynzie

    is that a AZTEC scope?pat

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    Yes sir, it is.

     

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    2manyAirGunz
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    2 groups, 5 shots each at 20 yards.

    I'll stretch her out as soon as time permits.

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    douger
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    very nice gun and groups 

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    Hajimoto
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    NOICE!

     

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    Buckeye
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    What a beautiful stock!! Now I want one of those.

     

    Oh yeah, good shot

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    tommyb
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    Excellent groups, but can you explain something to me?

    I can see you shot “one hole” groups at 20 yards with two 5 shot groups.  Assuming your POA is at dead center on bull, why are the one hole groups shooting an inch or two to the right?  I would have thought they would be dead center on bull.

    i’m new To all of this.

    Thanks

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    2manyAirGunz
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    tommyb

    Excellent groups, but can you explain something to me?

    I can see you shot “one hole” groups at 20 yards with two 5 shot groups.  Assuming your POA is at dead center on bull, why are the one hole groups shooting an inch or two to the right?  I would have thought they would be dead center on bull.

    i’m new To all of this.

    Thanks

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    Astute observation. And very good question.

    The "discrepancy" — for lack of a better term — is in the presentation of the targets I shot. 

    If you hold the picture of the targets so that the lines on the writing paper that I used appear diagonally, it will show that the holes (shots) are under the bullseye. 

    That is because my rifle is zeroed at approximately 40 yards. And when my rifle is zeroed at this range (40 yards), I assume the pellet is still rising at 20 yards which accounts for the low POI at 20 yards.

    I hope that explanation makes sense.

    P.S. With the scenario that I have provided, consider the relationship between the rifle's barrel and the scope. The scope sits above the barrel.  And when a pellet is "fired", for a brief timeframe, the pellet's path and that of the scope's line of vision are not in sync, as the pellet will be below the scope..

    Zero, as I understand it, is the point where the rifle's barrel and the scope intersect — 40 yards in my case.

     

     

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    airkrazy
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    Nice carbine!! Those Vulcan carbines do not get enough press that's a sweet set up. Nice shooting.

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    tommyb
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    2manyairguns,

    Thanks for the explanation.  I was thinking your zero might be farther out.

    Makes sense and the graph helps clarify.

    Appreciate it.

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