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PostSubject: 20 shot string   Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:41 pm

Before i start sorry I aint been on for a while

Hi guys hope you's can help me i think my fathers gun isn't up to par as its not holding zero and it has a new scope on it here's the string

1. 10.49, 2. 10.39, 3. 10.64, 4. 10.62, 5. 10.61, 6. 10.46, 7. 10.53, 8. 10.58, 9. 10.61 10. 10.61 11. 10.56, 12. 10.56, 13. 10.68 14. 10.55 15. 10.84 16. 10.71 17. 10.61 18. 10.61 19. 10.86 20. 10.74

oh thanks for reading and any thoughts in advance

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PostSubject: Re: 20 shot string   Thu Sep 22, 2011 12:16 am

Hi Bri

Could be scope not fitted right, Rubbish pellets ,Dirty barrel , rifle not able to shot better than this, Could be the shooter !

Did it every shoot better ?

Shot string looks OK what rifle have you got ?


Could you knock down one inch targets at 30 yards ??

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John

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PostSubject: Re: 20 shot string   Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:53 am

john2 wrote:
Hi Bri

Could be scope not fitted right, Rubbish pellets ,Dirty barrel , rifle not able to shot better than this, Could be the shooter !

Did it every shoot better ?

Shot string looks OK what rifle have you got ?


Could you knock down one inch targets at 30 yards ??

Regards

John


thanks for the reply:

I put the scope off my s200 which i know work on the raider and it still no better the scope of the raider on the s200 and it works on there no botha.
The shooter in question has been shooting air rifles for years spring and pcp, yes it used to be spot on pellet on pellet oh the lad who was zeroing it had it spot on,
then he refilled the mag with the same pellets and then it was all over the place, the rifle in question is a raider 10 without silencer because with the silencer its even worse
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PostSubject: Re: 20 shot string   Fri Sep 23, 2011 7:53 am

Stange " the lad who was zeroing it had it spot on,"


please don't take offense and Not being rude is it your shooting ?

Can you load without using the mag in case its clipping pellets,

As it's a PCP how about putting it on a sand bag for surport and steady rifle as you fire.

Maybe somebody else will come up with a idea

John
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PostSubject: Re: 20 shot string   Fri Sep 23, 2011 3:39 pm

john2 wrote:
Stange " the lad who was zeroing it had it spot on,"


please don't take offense and Not being rude is it your shooting ? I won't Wink

Can you load without using the mag in case its clipping pellets,

As it's a PCP how about putting it on a sand bag for surport and steady rifle as you fire.

Maybe somebody else will come up with a idea

John

yeah its a strange one oh and its not my shooting as i'm/we're shooting from a rest plus i'm killing rabbits and other vermin with my other rifles at 25 to 40 yrds ish, i don't think you can load it without the mag but i'll deff check that out thanks for the idea also i hope someone can come up with a solution but i'll just keep trying and checking on here to see if anyone has a solution to solve it once again thanks for your replies
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