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Old 04-26-2013, 09:05 PM   #1011 (permalink)
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Bill is just hard to keep up with. I will over for more testing this weekend. For awhile now, I have believed that the maximum effective range (defined as reliable, repeatable accuracy was about 75 yards. Clearly, these new barrels move that number back to at least 80 yards and maybe further.
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Old 04-26-2013, 09:35 PM   #1012 (permalink)
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My goal for FS has always been consistent hits at a 100 yards.

I think that goal is now in sight.

I am not sure what the FS is capable of but we are going to find out.

I think its limiting factor today is the 300 fps max rule.

yes,I know.
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Old 04-29-2013, 02:51 PM   #1013 (permalink)
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err....don't you mean the paranoid 280 max FPS rule that plagues our legit fields. That 20 fps is really going to come into play in the future. It's getting to the point that you can safely sight in for 280 fps. Just know that all those adjustments go out the window when you visit a 300 fps field.
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Old 04-29-2013, 03:01 PM   #1014 (permalink)
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here is a pic of the results.
Bill, were you running 12 grams?
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Old 04-29-2013, 03:43 PM   #1015 (permalink)
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err....don't you mean the paranoid 280 max FPS rule that plagues our legit fields. That 20 fps is really going to come into play in the future. It's getting to the point that you can safely sight in for 280 fps. Just know that all those adjustments go out the window when you visit a 300 fps field.
You just need a set of notes as to what changes you need to make between the 2 different speeds. You already have your i-phone attached so you have a place to store the data and keep it at the ready.

How is the I-sniper concept working out for you. I have a variation of it in mind I want to try out in the near future.
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Old 04-29-2013, 03:45 PM   #1016 (permalink)
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Bill, were you running 12 grams?
Yes I was running 12 grams.

I am just astonished at how our new reg design (same as J12) handles co2.

I converted Trinity back to 12 grams this weekend.

He will have some pretty good pics to post up.
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Old 05-04-2013, 06:50 PM   #1018 (permalink)
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I finally got some good trigger time this morning to sight my SR-1 in for D-Day.
It was a slow day at the paintball field I work at so I took the time to walk off distances to targets on our concrete field from my benchrest using a meter wheel.
I marked distances on the structures with spray paint.
I am pretty comfy with first strike rounds and their capabilities; the SR-1 is my 9th marker that can shoot first strikes.

I am absolutely blown away by the accuracy of the SR-1. I was rocking a target at 320' all morning long. Where I may have hit something at this range with a first strike before, it has never been this tight of a grouping or consistant. I don't know what magical fairy dust and unicorn boners you sprinkled in the reg, but it is unreal. 5 shots over a big red chrono, 299, 299, 298, 299, 297.

I cannot wait to take this marker to D-Day this year and get let loose in such a target rich environment. ( Play for the German side or be a target all weekend; your choice).

Will there be anymore SR-1 owners at D-day with me this year.
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I finally got some good trigger time this morning to sight my SR-1 in for D-Day.
It was a slow day at the paintball field I work at so I took the time to walk off distances to targets on our concrete field from my benchrest using a meter wheel.
I marked distances on the structures with spray paint.
I am pretty comfy with first strike rounds and their capabilities; the SR-1 is my 9th marker that can shoot first strikes.

I am absolutely blown away by the accuracy of the SR-1. I was rocking a target at 320' all morning long. Where I may have hit something at this range with a first strike before, it has never been this tight of a grouping or consistant. I don't know what magical fairy dust and unicorn boners you sprinkled in the reg, but it is unreal. 5 shots over a big red chrono, 299, 299, 298, 299, 297.

I cannot wait to take this marker to D-Day this year and get let loose in such a target rich environment. ( Play for the German side or be a target all weekend; your choice).

Will there be anymore SR-1 owners at D-day with me this year.

What barrel are you using?


I think you will be the first to use an SR1 at ODD.

Make sure you do pics.

We haven't done any formal 300' shooting yet. 80-90 yards is a kill shot 100% on our ISPC targets. (body target).

We are closing in on 300+ pretty fast.
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