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Shooting iron sights at 100 favors a large round bull.

A scope changes everything when shooting at 100 or more. Including ability to see shots.

So my thought is that it is big to be more INCLUSIVE……… ;D ;D :o

Dave


Haha!  ;D
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Welcome New Members / Re: Starting new to the PCP air rifles
« Last post by Rustyiron on Today at 09:46:27 AM »
Welcome to GTA Ray.
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Back Room / Re: Happy Father's Day '21
« Last post by Rat Sniper (AKA: PaulT58) on Today at 09:45:58 AM »
Happy Father’s Day everyone!  I was invited to my younger daughter’s house in Canton, GA for a weekend of pampering!  My oldest daughter and our 2 Grandkids came up to spend the day yesterday, so we spent the day chilling by the pool until the Tropical Storm forced us inside. We were still able to enjoy grilled burgers and plenty of adult beverages!  My wonderful wife got me a new t-shirt for Father’s Day (see pic below), she said was fitting for me!  She knows me too well!  My oldest got me a bottle of Monkey Shoulder Scotch (my favorite) and my youngest got me a really nice gun rack for the man cave!  Overall, an extremely enjoyable day!
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Back Room / Re: If you're interested in plant genetics...
« Last post by lizzie on Today at 09:45:30 AM »
Haha 😆
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For screws, you might actually just go wander the hardware aisle at your local Ace or Valu. I've found a good lot of what I want or need in their metric fastner section. Take yours with you and match them up, then just get longer or shorter as needed.

Just a guess on my part, but the front ones are probably something like M5x14 and maybe grab some 5mm flat washers to stick between the star washers and the stock if your rifle has nothing but star washers on it. Will save your stock whether wood or synthetic from getting chewed up by them.
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My Avenger has been perfect since day 1. It holds air forever, it's accurate, and no reg creep. Now that I've said that, I probably jinxed myself and will start to have issues. The only parts that I've replaced (in 10 months) are the two bolt probe o-rings which are a standard metric size and are easily obtained from any of the online o-ring suppliers. I shoot this gun almost every day. The light weight is one of the reasons that I shoot it more than any of my other PCP's. I owned the Urban for a couple of days when it was sent to me in error (I had ordered a Coyote) and found it to be too loud and I didn't like the plastic trigger. Otherwise a pretty nice gun.
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When measured wall thickness where it broke it was only .080" thick and no way safe at 3000 psi much less 1200 or even 850.

Might wish to re-check your notes on that... .080" is more than suitable wall thickness (considerably thicker than a 1701P/Prod tube @ .065" wall). Believe some of the hipacs were measuring in the .025"-.030" range for wall thickness. The unit I hydrotested for Alex had a wall thickness of .052" under the oring groove.

Important to remember that diameter also comes into play...it's not "all" about wall thickness.


Al
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Shooting iron sights at 100 favors a large round bull.

A scope changes everything when shooting at 100 or more. Including ability to see shots.

So my thought is that it is big to be more INCLUSIVE……… ;D ;D :o

Dave
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That's great Dan but, did you have any trouble getting that Sharpie arrow off your screen?   lol
Nope, I used my wifes phone.
She'll use a q-tip and rubbing alcohol to get it off.
LOL.... and you'll be cooking dinner today, right?
It's Father's day,  I'll tell her it was an accident.  She'll forgive me.


Hopefully.
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