Pics from Gamo test.

Pics from Gamo test.

Joined: April 21st, 2006, 2:47 am

March 19th, 2007, 3:22 am #1

Here are some pics from the test. Hope you like them!
This is the range. In order the plywood range is:50,100,200,300 and the hill itself is 400YDS.

First group.

Some more groups. The smallest one happend when wind shifted to create a "group" by accident. Sure wish it was one shot after another instead of a group of flaws. Other holes in target are from wind and hold check.

A pellet that actualy stuck in the wood!

And this is what I wanted group wise. This is a Ruger in .223cal. It measured 3/8" CTC.

And heres the 1.5" Group.

Groups were around 2.5-4". Thats all and for right now, but I will attempt again in the future, but with a different rifle! Sincerly,


sav300

"You can never own to many guns"
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Joined: February 4th, 2006, 8:11 pm

March 19th, 2007, 10:04 pm #2

But still 1.5" at 100yds is great. Remember it's not a firearm, it's a springer, they involve far more finesse.
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Joined: February 4th, 2006, 8:11 pm

March 19th, 2007, 10:06 pm #3

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Joined: March 19th, 2006, 8:49 am

March 19th, 2007, 11:45 pm #4

Here are some pics from the test. Hope you like them!
This is the range. In order the plywood range is:50,100,200,300 and the hill itself is 400YDS.

First group.

Some more groups. The smallest one happend when wind shifted to create a "group" by accident. Sure wish it was one shot after another instead of a group of flaws. Other holes in target are from wind and hold check.

A pellet that actualy stuck in the wood!

And this is what I wanted group wise. This is a Ruger in .223cal. It measured 3/8" CTC.

And heres the 1.5" Group.

Groups were around 2.5-4". Thats all and for right now, but I will attempt again in the future, but with a different rifle! Sincerly,


sav300

"You can never own to many guns"
You should try that test again under better conditions.






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Joined: April 21st, 2006, 2:47 am

March 20th, 2007, 3:47 am #5

Here are some pics from the test. Hope you like them!
This is the range. In order the plywood range is:50,100,200,300 and the hill itself is 400YDS.

First group.

Some more groups. The smallest one happend when wind shifted to create a "group" by accident. Sure wish it was one shot after another instead of a group of flaws. Other holes in target are from wind and hold check.

A pellet that actualy stuck in the wood!

And this is what I wanted group wise. This is a Ruger in .223cal. It measured 3/8" CTC.

And heres the 1.5" Group.

Groups were around 2.5-4". Thats all and for right now, but I will attempt again in the future, but with a different rifle! Sincerly,


sav300

"You can never own to many guns"
Plus turkey season is nearing. Sincerly,

sav300

"You can never own to many guns"
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Joined: February 11th, 2007, 10:27 pm

March 21st, 2007, 4:13 am #6

Here are some pics from the test. Hope you like them!
This is the range. In order the plywood range is:50,100,200,300 and the hill itself is 400YDS.

First group.

Some more groups. The smallest one happend when wind shifted to create a "group" by accident. Sure wish it was one shot after another instead of a group of flaws. Other holes in target are from wind and hold check.

A pellet that actualy stuck in the wood!

And this is what I wanted group wise. This is a Ruger in .223cal. It measured 3/8" CTC.

And heres the 1.5" Group.

Groups were around 2.5-4". Thats all and for right now, but I will attempt again in the future, but with a different rifle! Sincerly,


sav300

"You can never own to many guns"
Dude, not bad..... not bad at all. Could not have done much better with a lot more gun.
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