AirRanger ..Shooting Pic's at 100yrd's

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AirRanger ..Shooting Pic's at 100yrd's

Postby 220swift » Tue Nov 14, 2006 8:13 am

I picked up My AirRanger 50fpe in .22cal used from SP (Linstun) he had it posted on the Yellow Forum ,Alway's liked the look's of the AR,and if any one want's one you have to get on the waiting list ,(same for the rapid's) to buy one,they just don't make them fast enough to keep up with the growing sport of the airgun world .
Any way hear's some pic's.
and thank's SP this gun's a keeper.

50 and 100 yrd range
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A 40 shot string on a single fill 3600psi at 100 yard's on a windy day.

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shooting the number's 1040fps with 16grn JSB's Exact
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10 shot's at 100yrd's Jsb's Ex with the AR
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Differant pellet's at 100 yrd's
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Looking through a mill-dot scope 100yrd's on 24 power
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Shooting with my eye's closed
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7out of 10 ,I cant get them all.100yrd's


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The AirHog tank
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My son shooting the Cyclone
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Enjoy


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Postby r5nick » Tue Nov 14, 2006 8:27 am

VERY good!,

wish i could afford riffles like that, with those 400cc bottles ect, could i get one of them around £300? - 400 ?

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Postby 220swift » Tue Nov 14, 2006 8:33 am

r5nick wrote:VERY good!,

wish i could afford riffles like that, with those 400cc bottles ect, could i get one of them around £300? - 400 ?


get your self a good job at gun along used was-- $ 1700.00 us dollar's

R5 ill check with FedX to day on the pigeon's I would like to see how much tha shiping would be also.


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Postby Bob L » Tue Nov 14, 2006 12:25 pm

Good shootin guy!
I like to make those long shots, nice pic's!
Allen Z done my Rapid up nice, full shroud ,trigger tune thats unreal!
cut a dove tail for other mounts and tuned it up nice. He said there is a fine line between hammer spring and valve spring and preloading the hammer more causes the hammer to bounce on the valve and waste air. The hammer and valve does sound different now, like less movement?
It shoots hard and accurate and the pellet smackin is the loudest thing you hear. It was a great rifle but AZ really knows how to make em sweet shooters. This is one of the best triggers I have tried, hardly any weight for the first stage and then just a couple oz's for the clean and crisp trip with no creep at all.
Im still waiting on your Rapid report, I really thought you would get yours before I got mine back. Allen got right on it and had it back in less then 2 weeks.
Man I love this rifle I cant stop shootin it, Im sure you will like yours, Im looking forward to hearing about it.
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Postby 220swift » Tue Nov 14, 2006 12:32 pm

Bob L wrote:Good shootin guy!
I like to make those long shots, nice pic's!
Allen Z done my Rapid up nice, full shroud ,trigger tune thats unreal!
cut a dove tail for other mounts and tuned it up nice. He said there is a fine line between hammer spring and valve spring and preloading the hammer more causes the hammer to bounce on the valve and waste air. The hammer and valve does sound different now, like less movement?
It shoots hard and accurate and the pellet smackin is the loudest thing you hear. It was a great rifle but AZ really knows how to make em sweet shooters. This is one of the best triggers I have tried, hardly any weight for the first stage and then just a couple oz's for the clean and crisp trip with no creep at all.
Im still waiting on your Rapid report, I really thought you would get yours before I got mine back. Allen got right on it and had it back in less then 2 weeks.
Man I love this rifle I cant stop shootin it, Im sure you will like yours, Im looking forward to hearing about it.



Hey Bob the good new's is Steve at PAG called me to day ,and will also be shiping it out ,every thing is here ,should have it in a 2 or 3 day's now :D :D :D


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Postby r5nick » Tue Nov 14, 2006 1:14 pm

Thanks swift,

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Postby Bob L » Tue Nov 14, 2006 5:09 pm

220swift wrote:[

Hey Bob the good new's is Steve at PAG called me to day ,and will also be shiping it out ,every thing is here ,should have it in a 2 or 3 day's now :D :D :D
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Thats great mayby you will have it for the weekend!
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Postby jds » Tue Nov 14, 2006 5:58 pm

Thanks for sharing Swift :)

Keep em coming... love the pics nice spot to do some target shooting

which pellet probs to be the better one??

The Diabolo Exact??
I need to fix my gun :)

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Postby 220swift » Tue Nov 14, 2006 6:23 pm

jds wrote:Thanks for sharing Swift :)

Keep em coming... love the pics nice spot to do some target shooting

which pellet probs to be the better one??

The Diabolo Exact??

jds
The JSB Exact in .16grn have been the best in all my air gun's
for group size.


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Postby SP » Thu Nov 16, 2006 12:09 am

Ernie,
Thanks for the props. Im glad that your enjoying the AR.. Great pics and great shooting to... :)


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