vulcan 100 yards windy day

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    militaryflip
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    i would love to post photos here but i dont know how to do it help please. So I did 16 groups in windy condition like 10-15 mph and they averaged at 2”. The gun might be fussy with the jsb king but it might be the wind. The gun is really accurate and fun to shoot. 

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    Ginuwine1969
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    Yeah posting pictures here sucks.  Well no pictures, at least tell us how you did.

     

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    Cliff_Allen
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    “militaryflip”i would love to post photos here but i dont know how to do it. help

    
If you have a photobucket account, all you have to do is upload the pics, copy the link for the picture that is labeled “HTML” and paste it into your post. 

    All the best,
    Cliff

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    militaryflip
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    too much work my friend so here is the result… 1.8, 2.2, 1.1, 2 ,2, 2.3 ,1.5, 2.2, 2.5, 1.9 ,3.14 , 2.3 , 1.4, 1.8 , 2.2 , 1.2 inches . the gun is really accurate for windy condition  but it can get fussy with selected group of pellets and it will not group or maybe its just me. it was really windy so i have to try another day when its calm. p.s. i also slowed the pellet down to 900 fps to get more shot and i think it got more accurate. overall i can’t ask for more. well i forgot to mention the cricket might be more accurate but i have to wait for a calm day. The gun also jumps if you don’t hold it down. 

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    Ginuwine1969
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    I just checked it out at GTA good shooting, maybe on a less windy day it will tighten up.
     

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    militaryflip
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    “Ginuwine1969”I just checked it out at GTA good shooting, maybe on a less windy day it will tighten up.
     

    
That was actually the fx wildcat .22 

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    Nice groups militaryflip. What caliber vulcan?

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    Cliff_Allen
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    Those sound like really good groups for a windy day. I was just shooting my FX Royale 500 the other day in slightly breezy conditions at only 50 yards and was surprised at how much the wind was affecting my groups. I’ve shot it in calm conditions at 100 yards and usually average around 1.5″

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    militaryflip
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    .25 cal

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    militaryflip
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    “Cliff_Allen”Those sound like really good groups for a windy day. I was just shooting my FX Royale 500 the other day in slightly breezy conditions at only 50 yards and was surprised at how much the wind was affecting my groups. I’ve shot it in calm conditions at 100 yards and usually average around 1.5″

    
Sounds normal that high quality air gun will average 1.5”  and occasional sub moa. I’ll try again on a calm day and see what is its true average.

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    militaryflip
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    If you want to see I posted photos on GTA dark side.

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