- Oct 30, 2003
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If you want to keep that accuracy don't use BB's (especially used ones) at all. They wear the rifling. Good shootin by the way.
Neil,Originally posted by DavRedf
Happy shooting Neil.
You could try dragging a large magnet over the ground where your targets are. Most BB's are steel and so the magnet will collect them and save you money.
Neil,Originally posted by Neil
Same thing with me! I used a 1/8" launchrod, pummeled the odd BB to the back, and it was still stuck. I then shot the gun about 200 times. That got the BB out. It was very dented from the launchrod, but the guns OK.
After that I think I will just use NEW BBs.
The first BB that came out had a bunch of dents in it and was more mushroom shaped than round!Originally posted by Neil
Great minds think alike
what did the BB look like once you got it out? Mine was almost entirely squished.
I got real tired real fast of buying/changing CO2 cannisters. I think the pump will give you more training in marksmanship just because it will slow you down and make you concentrate a bit more on each shot.Originally posted by Neil
Do I want to be able to shred 20 paper towel tubes in a matter of seconds, or do I want to put holes in 12 in a matter of seconds?? Life is so complicated... I think I want the synthetic stock, .177 barrel, and a few dozen CO2 canisters.