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Old 18 April 2009, 04:40   #11
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12 ftlbs !
22 was from memory, not google. Google is obviously more reliable.
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Surley muzzle velocity is measured in distance /time ie feet per second. how does ftlbs relate
The weight in lbs of 12 average blokes feet.
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I might be getting a D class anchor box if you want a mould making off that? Not sure of dimensions yet?
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I might be getting a D class anchor box if you want a mould making off that? Not sure of dimensions yet?
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Hah, found where I posted it, was meant to be going on Johns thread for a storage box. Not quite sure how I managed that, shite day at work I think!
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Does it have to be a high power airgun?

Got to concour with Bigmuz7 why not just buy a .22 ?? I've had various centre fire rifles,as well as rimfire and shotguns over the years[mainly for deer stalking,in +.240CAL] and with all the hassel asossciated with a FAC seems alot pain, just for an airgun. Police checks,security cabinets, separate safe for bolts ect.The types of amunition now available for the humble .22 rimfire is amazeing,from supersonic hard hitting rounds like The Winchester Stinger,to subsonics[which are virtuley silent when used with a modrator]to .22 shorts which are very low power.. and even 'shot' rounds for small 'varmints'.
Not only that ,but a decent .22 like say a 'BRNO' with a reasonable scope and a mod,you can pick up for around 200 quid!If you have to go to the trouble of a FAC why not get a Fiream,a .22 rimfire is a much more versitile weapon.
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Got to concour with Bigmuz7 why not just buy a .22 ?? I've had various centre fire rifles,as well as rimfire and shotguns over the years[mainly for deer stalking,in +.240CAL] and with all the hassel asossciated with a FAC seems alot pain, just for an airgun. Police checks,security cabinets, separate safe for bolts ect.The types of amunition now available for the humble .22 rimfire is amazeing,from supersonic hard hitting rounds like The Winchester Stinger,to subsonics[which are virtuley silent when used with a modrator]to .22 shorts which are very low power.. and even 'shot' rounds for small 'varmints'.
Not only that ,but a decent .22 like say a 'BRNO' with a reasonable scope and a mod,you can pick up for around 200 quid!If you have to go to the trouble of a FAC why not get a Fiream,a .22 rimfire is a much more versitile weapon.
just get a Barrett 82A1 and stop mucking about LL
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just get a Barrett 82A1 and stop mucking about LL
The applications for a .50 cal semi are a liitle 'Specialist'.. one hell of a round though!
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22 was from memory, not google. Google is obviously more reliable.
Some people actually KNOW things without having to google them - I can't remember what I did an hour ago but 450240 just sticks in my mind for some reason!!!
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Surley muzzle velocity is measured in distance /time ie feet per second. how does ftlbs relate
With no explaination of ftlbs used for muzzle velocity one can assume that all those who used it don't have a clue about the subject.
That leaves Maximus as the only one on this thread worth listening to
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