Since My wife & son were heading over to Walmart, I had them get me a 500ct tin of Crosman Premiere Hollow Points in 14.3gr. $6.97 per 500ct, so I'll use these for sighting in the scope & breaking in the action. And since they're the same weight as one of the two German pellets I bought (14.5), & 14.3 on the Gamo Rockets, the scope should hold the sight-in adjustments. And the rest I ordered from Pyramid Air that just came in today. The .22 caliber Pellet Pen & setting tool, larger cloth patches for oiling/applying Tru-Oil & the like& some RWS Air chamber lube with application needle.
How'd you manage to get 2 pellets out of the pen at once? This .22cal one has the Pell-set tool too. Sticks on the other end to seat skirt flush in breach. RWS superpoints sure need it, at least. New E Shop that sent wrong striker model refunded my CC in paypal, so that's done. I keep thinking Pyramid Air said the RWS stuff was silicone lube?
Yeah. I understand the depth is adjustable as well? I got a tin of Crosman Premier hollow points in 14.3gr for testing &sighting-in. The weight is an average of the weight of pellets I bought in .22 caliber so far. Now if that darn indoor range would open up!...
The green .22 caliber one I bought for the Hatsan has an extra, adjustable tip that goes over the open end you put the pellets in as a seating device. sorta like a ball/bullet starter for a smoke poll.
I removed the factory 2-screw scope stop, since the Hammers rail mount has 4 Allen bolts in it. That should tighten down sufficiently to hold it steady. It also allowed me to move the scope back just enough for goof eye relief
Well, looks like I'll finally get to enjoy it even more! That indoor shooting range/club opened up finally. Wife saw their add on local cable TV late last night. Called them & got the numbers for daily & joining. High ho, high ho, it's off to shoot I go!