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A couple of years ago, I bought a similar spotting scope with an angled eyepiece. I grew to hate it, as I wasn't using it for bench shooting. So, I gave it to a friend. Then out of the blue, another friend gave me an older Bushnell with a straight eyepiece. I've used it a lot since, using a car window clamp. I guess now, I can get rid of a couple of pairs CA binoculars?
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I ordered a .45 Slayer about three weeks ago, that eased my pain but caused some in the bank account.  Regards, Tom
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I tested the .172 cal 24.7 gr. NOE HP in soap today.... It is quite spectacular at 1050 fps (60 FPE)….



The penetration was 3.5", and the wound cavity is nearly as wide as the length of the bullet, at 0.45"....

Bob
Whoa! That's impressive!
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I tested the .172 cal 24.7 gr. NOE HP in soap today.... It is quite spectacular at 1050 fps (60 FPE)….



The penetration was 3.5", and the wound cavity is nearly as wide as the length of the bullet, at 0.45"....

Bob



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Break Barrel, Pumper and Springer Airguns / Re: New to me Used 1377
« Last post by Termite I on February 18, 2019, 10:18:50 PM »
Aw now, don't get me started looking at different models.  I'm easily persuaded  ;D .
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General Airgun Forum Discussion / Re: Chronograph for .177 cal.
« Last post by Termite I on February 18, 2019, 10:14:57 PM »
Thanks for the info.  Most of the posts I've seen they were using different chronos.
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Break Barrel, Pumper and Springer Airguns / Re: New to me Used 1377
« Last post by Alan on February 18, 2019, 12:26:21 PM »
I have a Benjamin 397, and for certain things, it is great. You can, after all, set the power where you want it to be. When I shoot inside of the aluminum-roofed hay barn, it fits the bill perfectly.
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General Airgun Forum Discussion / Re: Chronograph for .177 cal.
« Last post by Alan on February 18, 2019, 12:24:31 PM »
Save your pellets! The V2 will not detect pellets.
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Break Barrel, Pumper and Springer Airguns / Re: New to me Used 1377
« Last post by Termite I on February 18, 2019, 12:11:43 PM »
Yeah, there seems to be no limit, other than money, to what you can do with them.  Of course that little voice in my head keeps telling me I should have just bought a PRod.  I think what appeals to me the most is I can just grab a can of pellets and take off.  No hand pump, scuba tank or compressor to deal with.
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General Airgun Forum Discussion / Re: Chronograph for .177 cal.
« Last post by Termite I on February 18, 2019, 12:03:51 PM »
I have the V2 version and I can see where it would affect the POI just not sure if it would recognize the pellet.  I'll have to give it a try and see when I get some time.
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