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bsa tactical 177 or 22

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by steizere, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. steizere

    steizere Member

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    hi im gona buy the bsa tatical but i was just wondering should i get it in 177 or 22 i hear the 22 can take rabits out at about 30 yards , what can the 177 take em out at. also is the 177 less accurate as the pellet is lighter ? thanks in advance .
  2. Rockabilly

    Rockabilly Big Poster

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    northeast gods country.
    go for the .177 mate it will give you a good 10 to 15 yds on the .22
    the recoil will be slightly more but you will soon master it.;)
  3. topcat

    topcat Post Whore

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    177 more accurate flatter trajectory and if you are good enough 50 yard head shots in no wind conditions are a lot easier with 177 than22

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