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Pcp pellet guns

MuddyMo

Well-known member
^^^ I seen that too. There are people in south Florida that get paid to control their population and they use pellet guns. Many from boats in the canals.
And I did see somewhere where you can eat them.
 

CoinShooter01

Well-known member
The thing I noticed was that boat in the background ,,, catching a missed ,,, or richochet round ,, could get expensive ,, and get that form of pest control outlawed .

Other than that ,, that would sure be my part time ,, maybe even full time job ,, shootin' guns ,, killin' stuff ,, and gettin' paid. :hot: ,,, anybody know how much that gig pays ??

This pays better, and only requires you to show up for work, a few days out of the year....
But you will have to shoot dime sized groups at 100 yards:
 

Odanscoils

Well-known member
Ain't used it Inna while. Make sure you silicone lube that O ring and bolt face.
I'm loving these 22 pellets.
The metal mags though pricy are unbelievably destructive. The piranha's are a close second.
The Stratons are the most accurate for me.
All are very accurate in my gun.
The Hornet in my 25 PCP makes a ratcoons head explode. Amazing performance.

I like to do hydraulic experiments with all my guns.
I fill aluminum cans with water to test effectiveness. Can on the left was first. I've never had a pellet do this kind of damage on second can like this. Usually just a pass thru. Metal Mags are wicked. This is from the 950 break barrel in 22.
My primary use is hunting.
Darn
Messed up
This damage was the H&N Hornets. Sorry

I just tried another pellet.
Great deal of hydraulic shock with nice pass thru on second can. Under 50' I believe all these would give a clean kill on anything up to and including a deer.

Well placed Head shots that is ...
 

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CoinShooter01

Well-known member
Darn
Messed up
This damage was the H&N Hornets. Sorry

I just tried another pellet.
Great deal of hydraulic shock with nice pass thru on second can. Under 50' I believe all these would give a clean kill on anything up to and including a deer.

Well placed Head shots that is ...
Impressive.
What rifle ?
How many FPS ?
Weight of those pellets?
 

Odanscoils

Well-known member
Impressive.
What rifle ?
How many FPS ?
Weight of those pellets?
Beman 950 break barrel. Around 1000 fps.
22 caliber Crossman Destroyer pellet. 14.3 grains.
This image.
Other quoted image the H&N Hornets.
Same gun.
The brass tipped Hornet pellets I'm certain would take deer with head shot at 50-75 ft.
Awesome penetration and incredible shock expansion. Though quite expensive.
Worth every penny.
 

Micheal_R

Moderator
Staff member
I have Benjamin Marauder .22 cal..I use it to knock down rabbits, squirrels, gophers etc.. A wonderful little gun. I use

Meisterkugeln pellets..14 grain Made in Germany.... The gun loves them and I can hit a dime at 25 yards consistently.

I have many scuba tanks and my own compressor to fill them. So filling the gun tube is very simple

Calm seas

Micheal
 
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