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Smk Victory Cp2 .vs. Moyu Megaminx 12 Sided Rubik's Cube!

Discussion in 'Target Shooting' started by Teg366, Feb 11, 2021.

  1. Teg366

    Teg366 Engaging Member

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    Had some fun shooting out in the yard during the freezing snow. My new flip up resetting target just arrived and so did my new paper targets(Can be seen at very end).

    Also had this horrible megaminx puzzle laying around that i never use as i have much better ones so decided to shoot the Censored outta it. Surprised how strong it is so will shoot it some more another day :3

    What interesting things have you all used (or plan to use) as targets?

    7.5m range:

     
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    Love it! Great shooting!
     
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    Scrattydad Fair play is good play

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    Fancy shoot’n tex
     
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    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    The CP2 is very nice little plinking gun, really liked mine, mine was very accurate to 20 - 25m ish, and now its been a while, I sorta regret selling it....? :facepalm:
     
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    ^.^ Tyewww! <3 not too happy with my accuracy just yet, but I feel it’s not too bad :3


    That made me giggle xD n I guess the Moyu is a fancy target considering that useless lump of plastic cost more than the metal flip target -.- lol


    I like it allot but mine feels a little unpredictable. It may just be the pellets I’m using though. I have tested quite a few n will test more once I’ve shot all 4000 of these. I guess we’ll see :3

    is it just me, or is the CP2 to light to shoot free standing? My Stoeger x20s I was pretty damn accurate with when free standing but it was just to heavy for me to use. With the CP2 it’s so light I can’t seem to keep it steady on the target at all. Tiniest movement n it’s all over the place -.- so at the moment I’m shooting rested which sux :3

    Nuuuuh y wud u sells! :eek: iz so nice gun!? :3
     
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    Scrattydad Fair play is good play

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    Yeah. I shoot at 11 mtrs and sometimes it is spot on and sometimes it throws a wobbly. I once put a barrel laser on it and it’s shows how much I wobble. Good practice aid though. Now it’s all about getting the gun as stable as possible to see if it’s me, the pellets or something else. I’ve even sorted the pellets into size and weight to see if that makes a difference next time I have a shoot.
     
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    I got a nice chunky bipod I put on mine n swapped my pistol scope for my big rifle scope off my Stoeger. Definitely helps. The bipod though is tiltable n haven’t found anyway of locking that -.-

    You’ll have to let me know how it goes with the measured pellets :up:
     
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    Scrattydad Fair play is good play

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    I have the same problem with my bipod
     
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    Scrattydad Fair play is good play

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    I put one of those bubble levels on that fixes to the dovetail mount
     
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    Scrattydad Fair play is good play

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    hmmmm I might just replace the tension bolt that changes is from loose to tight movement with a standard bolt to keep it fixed in the middle
     
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