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Top Five most accurate long distance shooters?

December 1 2010 at 8:22 PM
  (Login mark6869)
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Out of box.1500 dollar limit.My pics 1 Edgun,2 BSAs10,3 FX Royal,4 AA410,5 M-rod.25 I guess I was thinking hunters in the back of my mind.Ive never owned any(22m-rod)so Im really interested in what you guys think.Tony your excused (you own too many to think about) mark in mass.

 
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chris
(Login chrismel)
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FX Cyclone

December 1 2010, 8:30 PM 

Carbine size, rifle accurate, adjustable power, plus smaller magazine means lower scope mount, and doesnt look like it has a two liter soda bottle screwed on the end....what more can you ask for?

 
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(Login DonC)
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2 liter soda bottle...hehe Chris

December 1 2010, 9:29 PM 

I never heard it put so well. I hate that look on kits. Even our ancestors used to hide the reservoir in the WOOD butt stock or anywhere except to intentionally expose an UGLY a 2 liter bottle.
Even a Gary Cane,DAveG,Paul Bishop,Custom Stock,Mike Abernathy,Jim Maccari,Allen Zasadney,ect pro stockmaker can not make a 2 liter bottle kit look nice. My opinion, of course.
I own a BSA Super 10 that has been modified to an Americn made skinny reservoir with an English made Stalker Stock. They/Stalker used to offer this mod on Super 10's and perhaps still do??? Anyho, I sure like my Super10 except for the trigger needs mods. The coil spring reg,however, has held up better than any belvil washer reg I have owned. It has survived the test of time.

 
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toler ronald
(Login rtoler)
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Ditto nt.

December 2 2010, 12:11 PM 

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(Login Trojan1994)
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Dang It!!!

December 1 2010, 8:33 PM 

Ok, lol!!! happy.gif

Regards,

Tony

 
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(Login RogerV55)
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FX Royale

December 1 2010, 8:44 PM 

Been good to me









RogerV

 
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(Login paulaus511)
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Huntsman II .20

December 1 2010, 9:46 PM 

I have a Gary Cane Lefty stocked Huntsman II in a .20 that's a tack
Driver. A little heavy but out shoots me on any given day !!

Thanks,
Paul.

Free men do not ask permission to bear arms.

 
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(Login 22MK1)
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I don't know who the other four are but I'd say Harry is #1

December 1 2010, 10:10 PM 

nt happy.gif

 
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(Login mark6869)
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I agree nt.

December 1 2010, 10:19 PM 


 
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Frank
(Login FVA)
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Air force Condor

December 2 2010, 12:11 AM 

in .22 with JSB Monsters at 1000+ fps.

 
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(Login koljo)
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It would be great to know which calibre

December 2 2010, 3:52 AM 

you think is best suited for long range accuracy too.

Thanks, Nikolay

 
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Yrrah
(Login Yrrah)
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The rifle and the evidence ................

December 2 2010, 4:30 AM 

BSA Hornet .25 middle rifle:

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300 yards:

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225 yards:

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202 yards

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155 yards:

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125 yards:

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100 yards:

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Whoops, different BSA Hornet - no matter they are all good happy.gif

100 yards:

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51 yards:

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That's my current pick for long range accuracy and thump! ....... Kind regards, Harry.






 
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Yrrah
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Second pick ... rifle and evidence:

December 2 2010, 4:47 AM 

BSA Hornet .22; top rifle of the three:

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200 yards:

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183 yards: 1.45 inches ctc:

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155 yards one shot:

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And the next group of 5 shots 155 yards:

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101 yards:

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And again 101 yards:

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100 yards; this is where this one fits; the girly 3 shotter:

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55 yards/ 50 metres; 5 shots:

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Yes I think that BSA is second choice depending upon what it's to be used for. Maybe it is equal second with the FX/RWS Excalibre .............. Best regards, Harry.

 
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(Login koljo)
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I'm equal to you on the .22 rifle

December 2 2010, 9:42 AM 

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with my BSA Hornet Special JB PH 1
but not on the accuracy... Yet! hehehe...
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2 groups x 10 shots at 55 yards plus 2 single shots

Hope your advice is evident, Harry.

Best regards, Nikolay


 
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Yrrah
(Login Yrrah)
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Maybe equal second choice the mighty FX RWS Excalibre ...

December 2 2010, 4:57 AM 

Bottom rifle of the three:

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300 yards:

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100 yards:

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Enough .... Those are my three choices, two BSAs and an FX/RWS ......

Edit: If I picked another it would be Koljo/ Nik's BSA Hornet .22 which may be the best of the lot:

His first effort at 55 yards 50 metres: Wait 'til he gets it really sorted and stretches it out to the required long range criteria happy.gif .........

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Kind regards, Harry.

 
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(Login hisairness)
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Scopes you use

December 11 2010, 12:29 PM 

Yrrah , I have followed some of your amazing long distance shots and I have been quite impressed .

Would you mind telling me what kind of scopes you've been using.

Thank you

Manuel R

 
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Yrrah
(Login Yrrah)
YFOT

Springer?? The FWB 300 S is hard to by-pass ...

December 2 2010, 5:30 AM 

for a 10 m springer at 8 fpe (Maccari spring):

Starling at 60 yards: That's long range for the little thing:

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But then at 147 yards:

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60 yards 0.55 inches ctc:

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Yes, the FWB 300S is a standout amongst the gentle ones. Make it # 4. ... Enough happy.gif ... Kind regards, Harry.

 
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(Login Lonnie11)
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Harry, you’re incredible!!!!

December 2 2010, 9:45 AM 


 
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(Login koljo)
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FWB 300s is my only Springer love

December 2 2010, 10:01 AM 

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And the evidence is again at 44 yards:
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john
(Login C02sniper)
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Get the Edgun...

December 2 2010, 10:44 AM 

You will have no remorse. I have one on loan at my house  sn # 2115 and doing a barrel clean for the owner will have it till end of month. shoots anything 14 gr on up excellent. The guns action now with around 600 round thru it has smoothend up. In free hand it shoots better than Air force guns and the height above bore is lower. The one I am using has a Mueller 4x14x40 that I installed for the owner and it rocks for the price point. I have contained 3 shot dime sized groups with it at 75 yards when the gun was new last march and out to 120 this gun will still have plenty of energy to bag most small game. The trigger is a perfect hunter trigger in that one can lightly engage the first stage and stay on the mark to a very calculated break, this allows you to stay on the target very still and then get a very crisp low weight break. What is real nice is the bolt action it does require a light lube every so often and it can be decocked by holding it open and pulling the trigger. This gun has no safety and really does not need one. What is the real deal is that this platform started life as a bull pup so all ingredients are engineered just right. The gun for a 30 fpe power range is very quiet and this specimen had even gotten quieter over time. Accurancy at any range is bar none and this gun needs zero tuner intervention at all out of the box. Try to get a smaller lighter scope for it in that this gun baseline has heft to it but it is a good thing because of balance and testament to the better heavier duty materials used on it. I implore those who want one to see the instruction video dvd first to see the guns internals and build up by Eduard of Edgun.  You all will see on the dvd that the trigger set up is really nice and again designed first off for a bubpup....good luck on your pursuit hope this helps..

 
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(Login pad617)
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Yrrah, Yrrah, Yrrah, Yrrah, and Yrrah

December 2 2010, 11:24 AM 

Those would be my top 5 long distance shooters. Oh wait did you want long distance rifle model? Sorry, can't help you there. LOL

Jeff P

 
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(Login AirSmithCA)
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of what i have owned ... my .22 Daystate MK3 and BSA Lonestar are the...

December 2 2010, 11:00 PM 

Most accurate I have shot at long range (which was 100yards.) Both accomplished multiple groups under a quarter at that distance with a little wind at hand.
If it can


"It doesn't get done til someone does it"

 
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