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Hi guys just wondering if you could shoot a pellet straight up what altitude would it reach in .22 or .177 ?

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Taking down an aircraft? What powers the gun producing what weight of pellet ? Regardless how can that be measured. To answer your question. 35 foot

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To infinity and beyond as you will never see the pellet come down lol

 

atvbmac :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

 

PS,,,page 1 :tongue2::laugh:

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Often wondered myself. I know it's about half the time to return than a 22lr.

Don't ask......

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I don't think it would even make the end of the barrel, unless it was a sawn off.

 

If you were talking 177, then 4 1/2 inches.

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Often wondered myself. I know it's about half the time to return than a 22lr.

Don't ask......

Haha... Nutcase:)

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Hi guys just wondering if you could shoot a pellet straight up what altitude would it reach in .22 or .177 ?

Are on the beach or up a mountain?

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What goes up comes down Sorry what a stupid question any how , i don't know why the hell does anybody would like to know that

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What goes up comes down Sorry what a stupid question any how , i don't know why the hell does anybody would like to know that

 

.25, what about .25? I need to know!

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