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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by Goodwrench13, Jan 6, 2016.
has anyone else out there tryed this combo
I saw someone do so on a youtube channel. The report was greater and the penetration much greater. I conclude that the charge used in the Nail Gun Blanks is significantly greater pressure than the typical .22LR charge.
Barring some bizarre TEOTWAWKI, I will not be trying this. I believe it to be dangerous.
Peace favor your sword,
I have a old 22 with I crazy thick barrel and i love the way it shoots plus its just fun and at the cost of $0.0014 a shot
I doubt that you are getting them for that cost.
Where are you getting the nail gun charges for $1.40 per thousand?
By my estimate, it's about 6-7 cents per shot, just for the .22 cal units.
I will stick to using an air rifle. Cheaper, safer, great for plinking, and varmint size game. I have seen videos on taking smaller hogs with a .22 magnum air rifle with shots to the skull. Pigs have a very thick skull.
I just bought one a few days ago to replace my aging target model. Just a inexpensive Beeman, but it does pack a punch. Trigger leaves something to be desired, but I am getting used to it. I will replace the scope down the line with a air rifle mil dot scope.
I have become overrun with tree rats, and it is time to thin them out a little. Rather not waste my 22lr ammo on the rats.
Why not try these.
These won't cycle in my 10/22 but work great in my Remington bolt action.But yea a air rifle like my .25 Benjamin nitrogen piston is a lot cheaper.
My Crosman Model 760 Pumpmaster .177 cal BB/Pellet rifle is more than powerful enough for rats!
Pellets are more accurate (Domes work the best). BB's at 625 fps will do the trick.
Hell of a lot cheaper to shoot, too.
And, it's grooved to take a scope.
One can still buy them at Wal-Mart for under $50.00 including tax.
I looked in to using these in a strong revolver and decided there is no cost benefit for me . The brown " lowest power" was about $5-6 for for a box of 100 and 500ct of pellets at $6-7 bucks at Walmart it seemed the best I could do was .06-.07 cents per round when I looked in to it . The other factor that had me thinking this was a real bad idea was when I heard about the skirts getting blown off the pellets and coating the barrel walls
bought the hole flat for $15.00 11, 700 rounds
KLAWSON, he's showing the weakest Brown Charges.
Those were markedly slower than the others, and figuring in the light
pellets, I'd say the browns are prolly safer than subsonic 22lr. The 2
highest charges were really pushing it, and even the experimenter said
the fastest one (red or blue, I forget) was prolly too much and some of
the pellets separated from the skirts, and velocity was really high, some
over 2,000 FPS but varied widely shot to shot.
The conclusions I came to was that the slower ones were probably perfectly
safe but the slowest shots were quite slow. 2nd one up was good, and
maybe #3 load was OK, but the fastest was a no-go IMO. What are the
available colors, in order, GoodWrench? I seem to think it was
I found a Ramset Chart, clipped it from a PDF file, seems this is
the same as Hilti Brand, but Ramset may have more levels...
Well...I was wrong.
Can you still get them for that? And where do I go to get them?
He made a deal with the robot devil.
Lowe's Wentzville Missouri bought everything they had they were clearing out old stock changing over from duo-fast to Dewalt they had them on the shelf for $0.37 a box trying to clear I'm out and I offered the manager $15 for everything
lol them not I'm .....sorry I hate auto correct
From left to right you got .22lr. Then a power level 4 + 14g pellet. Then power level 2 + 14g pellet
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Last time I tried this I blew an extractor outta my marlin rifle. It may have been out of battery, it was an ancent blowback thing. Probably too strong as well. Still have the scar on my forearm too
This leads me to believed that maybe the pressure curve might be a tad excessive at the higher loadings, but .22lr is forgiving.
A pistol might be better, with less time for barrel pressures to rise.
Either way maybe hot glue to hold a pellet in a single shot rifle would be fun
Also a Bb rifle that uses one of these as a charge would be interesting