https://hardairmagazine.com/reviews/using-the-benjamin-traveler-compressor-part-2/

Air Venturi has a similar compressor coming soon. I trust they'll read the article as well. ]]>

As before, please read the rules BEFORE you stake your guess. And, your guess needs to be between 1 and 139. The rules also

The "contest guessing" will end on August 3rd. ]]>

Legal Sporting Arms

Quail and pheasant may be taken with shotguns firing shot, muzzle-loading shotguns, bows and crossbows. Eurasian collared-dove, grouse and squirrels may be taken with shotguns firing shot, muzzle-loading shotguns, rim-fire and muzzle-loading firearms, bows and crossbows and

Nontoxic Shot Required on Game Commission Areas

Nontoxic shot is required for hunting any species with a shotgun on all open areas owned or managed by the New Mexico State Game Commission. Nontoxic shot includes: bismuth-tin, iron (steel), iron-tungsten, iron-tungsten-nickel, tungsten-bronze, tungsten-iron-copper-nickel, tungsten matrix, tungsten polymer, tungsten-tin-iron, tungsten-tin-bismuth,...]]>

My sense is that Bob tried to offer a real-world type of answer, not based on what seems to be a fictional scenario in which a .177" and .22" pellet have the same BC. As BC is a function of both weight and size/shape, and since two pellets of profoundly different weights and sizes are what's in question, it doesn't seem rational to expect an identical BC for both, hypothetically or otherwise. But then maybe my lack of apprehension of the math involved is the problem? Perhaps you could explain with numbers how you're cooking up identical ballistic coefficients for two pellets, one larger than the other and weighing twice as much? It's no good pretending that they can have the same BC, because they just don't and prob...]]>

Harpoon1, I calculated the SD for the 8 gr. .177 cal and 16 gr. .22 cal pellets you asked about.... You stated "same SD", but they don't HAVE the same SD.... Had I answered the question you asked, I would have been using flawed data.... Would you prefer I did that?....]]>

I assume from your rather insulting response that you didn't REALLY want me to use those pellet weights at all (guess I'm supposed to read your mind?)…. So, I'll try again, using two pellets of the same SD.... They of course won't be the weights you requested....

Let's take a pellet in .177 cal that weighs 8.4 gr., the JSB Exact.... The SD is (8.4 x 7000 / .177 / .177) = 0.0383.... A .22 cal pellet of the same SD would weigh (0.0383 x .22 x .22 x 70...