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  1. Thread: New to PCP

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    So, I have read the rules

    and understand the LV and HV classes and the FPE and FPS restrictions.

    Outside of that, are air rifles similar to that of say the 6PPC where there is kind of a velocity window where pellets may...
  2. Thread: New to PCP

    by CYanchycki
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    After you answered

    My last question, I went to the site.

    Thanks again.👍👍👍
  3. Thread: New to PCP

    by CYanchycki
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    Ahhhhhhhh

    I guess if I did a bit more research and reading......

    Thanks
    Calvin
  4. Thread: New to PCP

    by CYanchycki
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    Are the velocities you mention

    For the given FPE on the high side?

    According to the online calculator approx 730fps would give around 12.24 FPE with a 10.34gr pellet.
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    Decided to

    give a Vortex PST 6-24 X50.... a try. Price was too good to pass up. If it does not work out I will be able to sell it in short order.

    Helps when you have a great gun shop that if you treat them...
  6. Thread: New to PCP

    by CYanchycki
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    Thanks a bunch

    That is what I was looking for.

    One more thing, this measuring being done say a foot in front of the muzzle or at the target?

    Thanks again.

    Calvin
  7. Thread: New to PCP

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    I will try

    So like I said I am new. I do not have a expensive PCP by any means so I am restricted somewhat. This is more of a learning process.

    What I have heard, PCP are more efficient shooting heavier...
  8. Thread: New to PCP

    by CYanchycki
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    New to PCP

    I have a few questions re pellets, and FPE for setting up for score shooting.

    Is someone interested in emailing me to answer some of these questions?

    My email is:

    cyanchyc@live.ca
    ...
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    You are

    right Al. A optic is not like a rifle or handgun.

    But I can buy a range finder or binoculars or spotting scope. Yet no rifle scope because it is labelled a rifle scope which is bad. It is a...
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    Move north

    to Manitoba.......way cheaper.

    No poisonous snakes or insects, almost no flooding except in spring thaw depending on the amount of snow and the odd small tornado.

    Oh yah, you have no snow or...
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    Sucks to be you folk.....LOL

    In Canada we can even use Chinese knock off's......lol
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    I see Al beat me to the punch

    Exactly what Al said.

    My take, I am a responsible Canadian gun owner. I have and renew my Possesion/Aquisition License every 5 years. My 3 hand guns are registered and I buy my range membership...
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    Legally, you need import/export paperwork

    For what that costs, and the exchange in the dollar, it is not worth it.

    I am sure there are those that purchase in the US and hope they make it to the Canadian border. If they do you are at the...
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    You betcha.....upstairs that is....lol

    Arms and hands work fine
    Knees and hips that is another story......
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    Thanks guys...

    You clarified what I thought.

    Yes there may SUPPOSEDLY be better out there but nothing I feel like that of what Leupold offers and there warranty.

    I have yet to send one back for warranty work....
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    Thoughts men on scope for varmint rifle

    Okay guys, so many choices out there. What kills me is how much our current dollar has effected the cost of powder, brass, bullets, optics etc in this DAMN Liberal country I live in.

    I currently...
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    Exactly

    That is what the original Beggs probes are with the inserts that are used for the broadheads...

    I made spare shafts just in case the one in use happens to get damaged. Also have spare Red Solo...
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    Picture of the dampened probes

    Enjoy

    When I think about it, for the non machinist, the time and effort that must have gone in to making the dampened probes.

    The price in the day, well worth it.

    Calvin
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    I have 2 Beggs

    Probes. A large and a small. Both have the dampeners.

    Balanced from the day I received them from Gene. I have not used them a lot as still not certain the proper way to read them.

    I have...
  20. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 👍👍👍👍 Great thinking Joe.....

    🤣🤣🤣🤣

    👍👍👍👍

    Great thinking Joe.....
  21. Thread: Pcp pumps

    by CYanchycki
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    Thanks Al for

    Starting this off and everyone for some help.

    I went with the Diana as a cheap entry level and will definately do what I need it to.

    I did some searching on Amazon but as usual, very...
  22. Thread: Pcp pumps

    by CYanchycki
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    Pcp pumps

    Okay more than likely almost everyone that shoots hardcore air rifle uses a compressor or scuba tank. I just bought a Diana Stormrider just for pest control at the cabin.

    First thing I am doing...
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    Unlimited 200 and Unlimited Grand

    Thought I would post what was sent to me. Rough day today. Seen a short clip of the winds........WOWZERS
  24. Wow

    After day 2, someone is on fire.....

    Some great shooting happening at the top.
  25. In the cab

    Of your 1 ton Ford Diesel.....lol
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