This one here was a killer. Wasn't sure if it would qualify for a 4x? Those dang .30 cal pellets are hard to get in there without touching a line? So I didn't submit this one.
Went out to the McBride range today, mainly to practice 50 yard shooting with my Daystate Huntsman but the wind wasn't too bad so I tried shooting a few 100 yrd. targets. The best I could do was a 47/50. Even though the wind wasn't bad it was very uneven and swirling as it came over the side burms and across the overhead baffles. I'm turning in a target I shot the last time I was out on 09/01/20. It's a 50/50 but the X's eluded me this time. There ARE five shots on the target. There is an elongated hole at 5 o'clock, where the number 10 is. That's two shots. I'm still playing with the 25 gr. JSB's and trying out different speeds. I think I'm narrowing it down to somewhere between 890 and 930 fps. My son is on our air rifle team also and decided to try the NUAH. He shot a few targets and qualified on a couple of them. I think he had one target that was all in the 10 and 9 rings, so he should be joining the NUAH club when he gets around to posting the target. He did it with his Daystate Huntsman .22 and JSB 18 gr pellets which I thought was pretty good considering the goofy wind we had today. Kid Shelleen (Mike)09/01/20 / Pioneer Gun Club - McBride Range - 100 yrds.FX Crown .25 - Athlon Argos 6-24X50JSB 25 gr. @ around 890 FPSBench with front rest and rear bag4-6 MPH wind50/50 1.14" CTC