How small do the pellets need to be to travel by coax?
Seriously, like a postal match? I no longer have anything "precision", just the average assortment of Crossmans, Benjamins, Sheridans, and an old, outdated, undersprung springer Winchester. Could be fun.
We used to get together one or two evenings a month with Win 435s and shoot offhand matches to stay in shape for the spring and summer offhand black powder shoots. In our club were several national champions and runners up.
I'd have to cheat. Ever since i found CCI CB Longs i deamed air rifles useless at my house. Shot out of my Marlin 39A with Weaver scope i'm pretty deadly accurate. I know i know, I'd probably get my ass handed to me by some of todays air rifles. I already had the Marlin though. Good luck though. Sounds as if it could be fun for some.
Hehehehehe......my R-10 even does it at 33 yards! I'm totally blown away with the accuracy of these guns! Once you find the pellet(s) it likes, the groups become a 1-hole affair! It actually becomes boring sometimes!
If you by chance should win after investing the $5 entry fee for the cost of targets and postage, you will receive a certificate signed by me with your name printed on it for all the world can see that you are a winner,
Andy: I got everything I wanted except people to stop cluttering up this web site. It's trapshooters.com not anythingwithatrigger.com
If you are claiming to break clays flying through the air at 100/125 yds I must say BS. If you can send me a copy of the magazine cover you are on because if you are that good you must be famous. You would also be a Big Deal on the air gun site, send me a the address and I would be glad to read about you.