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  1. riflehunter583

    Cz 452 .22 rimfire

    its worth cutting a new crown and making sure ammo is sound
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    scope

    View Advert scope foxfire scope 10 - 40 x 50 and mounts for sale 30mm tube mounts fit onto picatinny rail Advertiser riflehunter583 Date 26/08/18 Price £159.00 Category Scopes and Optics  
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    scope

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  4. riflehunter583

    Loving the HV ammo.

    recorded this early this morning using eley solids. to be fair took longer for the crow to die this time. I know I know sack the camera man!!! ha ha
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    Loving the HV ammo.

    Your findings the same as mine: Eley solids; there all about the same except for quality. 1080fps 40g solid bc around 0.150 They do the job I need them to do. OBVIOUSLY the hollow points expand and the solids don't but the solids are way more accurate and do the job fine on crows. I hit a crow last week 187y sitting on a post. the solid killed it instantly. It did not twitch at all. Just hopped one inch in the air then fell motionless. totally dead. The point is can a deer stalker kill this cleanly/humanly? Or an slaughter house? As freedom of a bird states, with hmr once around 250y; the tips don't expand and its like air gun shooting, rounds not expanding. I guess to a crow a 22 round is what a .50 cal is too us. solid or not. In the real world from my real world experience. If crow is hit square in the chest hollow or solid its going down fast. One thing i noticed from the respected eley factory; they make their target stuff just bellow the speed of sound. Just. Interesting that and speaks volumes.
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    Loving the HV ammo.

    good shooting there mate thumbs up i must confess i only use eley target ammo in my 22 now but the velocitors were alot of fun to use and accurate also if you enjoy using the hv stuff why not they are as cheep as chips?
  7. riflehunter583

    It might be mad....

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Driveway-Alarm-Wireless-Pir-Motion-Sensor-Alarm-No-Wiring-Required-/401252432241 Driveway Alarm - Wireless & Pir Motion Sensor Alarm - No Wiring Required
  8. riflehunter583

    Hogan DecimEater Differences

    i brought a rifle that came with said moderator. I always have used it on fac air and 22lr for years with no internal problems. mine has steel baffles not sure if its for air or rimfire. anyway i moded the mod buy removing material and putting my own material inside and also put my own metal to hold material between the baffles. its now even quieter than it was before on both fac air and 22lr and not caught fire in 2 years i had a marksman air rifle mod which is very quiet on fac air. maker said he would use it on 22lr, but it was not specked for that. so i did with no problems for years.
  9. riflehunter583

    The ten till two shift zzzzz

    at a guess that looks like a cz. just brought a 223 one of those 527. the guy let me test it before shooting and I got a feeling with time it will be a shooter.
  10. riflehunter583

    any one with a cz 527 223 using 5.56 rounds

    an ex army boy said he could shoot into 6 inchs at 400 yards with an sa80 and susat. how true this is i have no idea. not accurate enough for hunting but good enough to shoot on my local 500 yard range, save the brass for varminting
  11. riflehunter583

    any one with a cz 527 223 using 5.56 rounds

    i have loads of once fired ggg brass thought i might try some 50 g v max in them with some durable primers
  12. Thinking of buying a cz 527 varmint in 223. Has anyone been using their cz527 223 with 5.56 rounds? I noticed this on the cz website Q: “Can CZ rifles chambered in .223 fire 5.56 ammunition safely?” A: All of our .223s will happily eat 5.56. Since our factory is in Europe, we build everything to CIP spec, which doesn’t differentiate between the two cartridges and just has the higher pressure as its standard. So the CZ .223s will shoot everything from the cheapest Russian steel to match .223 brass ammo.
  13. riflehunter583

    .22 lr for fox

    its possible but not advisable I try to limit to 60 yards when shooting fox with 22lr. I found subs dump energy into the fox more where velocitors go right through stun the fox and possibly getting back up again after a few minutes
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    mounts

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    £9.00

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    mounts

    View Advert mounts https://photos.app.goo.gl/ALjDuAWknubL7zHa8 prices are all posted. theoben rapid mounts 1 inch tube £43 dove rail hawke high 1 inch £10 dove rail sports match medium 1 inch £18 dove rail high with iron sight hole 1 inch £9 Weaver Picatinny low steel 30mm £55 Sports match dove rail wind age and elevation adjustable 30mm £68 Advertiser riflehunter583 Date 26/07/18 Price £9.00 Category Scopes and Optics  
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