Let's wade in then. The question posed was: Is open class the way forward for FT? Answer: probably not, but it's there if you want to do it.
I have used them in a Pro Sport and a TX200. I prefer the 8.44g myself. I find the heavier pellet more predictable in the wind. As for tradjectory...
if you tested with 8.44g JSB derived pellets, I would use 7.9g JSB pellets to compare. When I owned an EV2 I tried some 7.9g Crossman pellets and...
Nick,i like to take my time, it takes me 2 min to strip my TX
I take the piston and spring out more often than cleaning the barrel. I suppose it depends on your barrel cleaning regime.
just take the spring and piston out, do your routine maintenance clean barrel if needed at the same time. completely safe.
Only it's funny, unlike last of the summer wine.
glad to have been of service. looking forward to kneelers now! bring it on.
here's a thought, maybe just maybe C graders don't want to shoot GPs, as they want to do the regional series first.
dodgy batteries in the chrono?
Dan, if you were truly poor, the cost of entry to the PJBRC would be out of the question. That amount of income would be spent on such items such...
FT for poor people? if you have enough disposable income to go shooting FT, you could hardly be described as being on the bread line.
Life's too short, just shoot the steel squirrel.
not sure if any use to you, but worth a try.
30x sitting & kneeling, 10-20x standing.
whilst shooting at yellow faced targets with black paddle,,, shoot the black bit!
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I use one of these