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- Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:21 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: S.A.R.P.A. postal pistol league champion
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The winner of the inaugural S.A.R.P.A.( Scottish Air Rifle And Pistol Association ) postal pistol league is my eldest son Steven ( beau nidle on this site ).Just thought I'd share this with my fellow pistoleers on the site.
I like the look of this pistol , it's different enough to appeal on looks alone , but your statement on accuracy makes it even more desireable. Are they still available , as in do they come up for sale now and then. Bill
The latest news is that the crossman has been tuned and everyone at his club is amazed at his ability with this pistol as he regularly beats a chap shooting a high end steyr. I thought I should update all who have commented on here regarding this matter. Bill
First task with the pistol out the box was to run it over the chronograph with the pellets graham sent,I used a 6 shot string and recorded low , high and average muzzle velocity then calculated muzzle energy based on average. (1) RWS SUPERDOME . LOW :-407 FPS, HIGH :- 442.4 FPS , AV'G :-417.6FPS .= ...
Pistol arrived at 11am , thanks once more Graham. The nasgarc range beckons , so I'm off to give it some exercise. It's an itch I must scratch. Bill P.S. Just noticed the pellet selection you sent with it, much obliged. :D
Once again I am indebted ( quite literally ) to Graham , Cheque is meandering to you by 2nd class mail ( it was late and I had a second class stamp to hand , pre post ) I apologise. Will keep you posted as to pistol performance at 10 metres . I will try to be as clinical in my approach as possible. ...
One final point I'd like to make . Go along to your nearest air rifle club and you will probably find members who will let you try out their rifles for fit and it will allow you to view differing scopes . Normally air rifle club members are pretty affable and will be more than ready to offer you sou...