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Postby lovern98 » Thu Nov 23, 2006 10:49 am

O.K., Ive heard a lot about how hard the Eliminator/Crow Magnum is to shoot. I agree, but if you stick to the fundamentals, it is a VERY accurate rifle. One thing I've found that greatly helps me is to zero it on a 1/2" dot instead of a cross. This seems to help me focus better. Also once you're zeroed, start shooting paintballs. Small targets help focus. Aim small, shoot small. I am very happy with mine, I've only had it for a week now, but it's coming along nicely. The JSB .20's shoot very well through it so I'm sticking with them, they are now my pellet of choice for this rifle and my Daystate MKIII"s". Theoben makes a great rifle.. :D :D :D

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Postby Ca_Varminter » Thu Nov 23, 2006 9:04 pm

The CrowMag loves to be caressed! She likes a firm forearm grip and a tight cheek-weld to the stock.

My rifle Loves CrowMag HP pellets. At short ranges it will print tight as Premiers. But they will sure make a nice a hole in small prey!!

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