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Getting better with the hw97

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by SniperSi, May 31, 2014.

  1. SniperSi

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    Been doing a lot of practice on the weekends with the underleaver springer and this is what I've been producing.

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    This is 5 shots at 35 yards using h&n fields target .177. After polishing the internals and giving it a prime tune it's running smooth as! Taken the artillery hold on board and I can defiantly see the difference, little harder to keep sill but brings the group that bit tighter = happy man :D
     
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    That's good mate, I've been producing similar but at 30yds using FT Specials, great rifle.
     
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    Excellent shooting, you wont get much better than that with a pcp! :)
     
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    Cheers lads. Took a fair bit of practice. Had pcp's but they were too easy plus it costs you a bomb in pellets ;) when I was on x15 mag they were all over the place but when I pulled back to x9 mag (same I use for hunting) they tightened up...... Strange.
     
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    Measured the spread and from centre to centre it 10mm
     
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    I'd be proud of that from a PCP :)
     
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    Cheers matty. The pellets wasn't washed or lubed, straight out the tin so i might be able to bring them tighter but doubt it.
     
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    i would be well chuffed with that si ...... my 5 shots with a springer could barely be covered with a £5 note, never mind a coin !
     
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    Magnifies your wobble less making you seem steadier and as a result you can group better.
    I used to be able to shoot pretty well with a 4x scope with my HW77,too higher mag and I felt like I was wobbling all over the place.
     
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    That's why you're big on the washed and lubed pellets... to reduce the spread from a £20 note to a £5. I seeeee
     
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    actually, a tablecloth to a £5 note, you get the idea mate !
     
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    Getting my v-glide from Steven pope tomorrow Yee haaaaaa
     

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