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crosman 2250b info needed

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by peterpan, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. peterpan

    peterpan Engaging Member

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    kirkby in ashfield nottinghamshire
    what kind of power do these kick out on a red hot day like we have been getting .the other nite i was shooting into some chip board from a old wardrobe on a cool nite from about 18m and the pellets was stuck in the wood just slightly pertruding out a little .now yesterday it was red hot i was shooting into the same board from a little further and the pellets was going rite inside like my hw97k would do which is running at 11.5ftp .there is no chance these could go over the limit is there on a hot day .its standed .im not sure if i like it or not took it on a little hunting trip other day tea time ish got a clear shot at a woody 20yrd ish hit it straight on in the chest seen the pellet hit full on hart shot and it flew off but was flying low has it swooped out the tree now if i would of done the same shot with my 97 it would of dropped like a stone ..i was in a shadded wooded area and it was cool tempreture. has anyone power tested these in different tempretures hot and cold dont think i will take it hunting again unless short range ratting which i know thats what they are made for but on a winters nite would it manage to kill a rat. anyone got any chrony results iv only got a combro .... only had one other co2 rifle a 850 air magnum which was useless in winter ..thanks for any info pete
  2. davymole

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    Northop Hall, Mold, Flintshire North Wales
    I had a 2250 fitted with a steel breech and a 24inch barrel a little work on the hammer spring other wise stock,first 4 pellets or so around the 8/9ft/lbs mark then would manage just over the 10.5 ft/lbs for the next 20 then tail off quickly, was a waste of time to use in the winter even though the co,2 caplets kept warm in the trouser pockets yes on warm days it did,nt tail off as quick but only at best got 40 pellets per caplet found avery expensive rifle get better usage from a recent weihrauch 99s.all tests were with a F1 chrony
    Last edited: Jun 24, 2014
  3. droid

    droid Posting Addict

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    A 2250 will be running around 7.5ft lb with a standard 14.5 barrel. I would be very surprised if the power went more than 1ft lb more on a hot day.

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