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Is this enough ammo? :p

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by resnikov, Dec 24, 2013.

  1. resnikov

    resnikov Busy Member

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    Going to the in-laws for Christmas and will be there till Boxing day night, so I've got 1000 x .177 and 500 x .22, got my 7lt tank filled and taking my s410 and hw77.
    Think that's enough or is it overkill? :p
     
  2. essex sniper

    essex sniper Banned

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    Double it mate just in case
     
  3. ste

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    Depends what your doing to be fair if hunting then yer but it on the range mabe double it
     
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    1500 pellets may be enough to take down an in-law, but really you should be using a more appropriate caliber for large prey :D.
     
  5. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Perhaps he is getting a Wolverine .303 from Santa!
     
  6. jay5488

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    Too much ammo is not a concept I'm familiar with!!! Triple it and add 1000 and go for the Gatling gun approach!!!! Lol
     
  7. Fozz

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    ...... A good shooter would only need 2 for the in laws......
    4 if you subscribe to the "double tap".........

    Just saying like.......... :p
     
  8. johnbaz

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    That's not enough!!


    You need at least this many :up:

    [​IMG]


    Merry Chrimbo everyone :D:D



    John:)
     
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    Man, the mother in law must be some huge beast
     
  10. Akita177

    Akita177 The Absolute State of Britian podcast

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    1000 pellets at the range dont always last that long in a S410, ive seen people at the greyhounds plinking range go through a brandnew tin of pellets easy especialy in mulitshot rifles:D

    Field Target has save me a fortune in pellets usualy use about 50-60 pellets at a time.
     
  11. DaveC_24

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    I'd take an extra tin of each just to be sure - it's not like they're too bulky to pack more of, anyway... ;)
     
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    Or very thick skinned! ;)
     
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    ... maybe rabid ...:jaw::bolt:
     
  14. Accuspell

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    I would have thought a bottle of Dows and a decent bottle of malt would have been better outlaw ammo!
     
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    At least if you run out of air then should be enough waffling going on to help you refill your tank! And yes you have enough.
     
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    If it's the out-laws you have in mind then I'd have thought a couple of tins of them exploding pellets would be handy to have along, too.
     
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    if you are trihumphant and rid of the evil mother in law i will pay you good money to come and do mine
     
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    Me too.:D
     

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