I did mention to those listening a few weeks ago we should clear out our "pipe" lane as it looked like a better option for pellet testing than our Bowl.
So today, as I needed to finalise my choice of pellet for REV
, while much tea was made with Seaman, I mean by a seaman, I cleaned out the pipe lane and turned into the
Thus a full days pellet testing commenced in perfect conditions, despite the moving bushes and whistle winds, die 24 produced a super tight group unaffected by wind.
Trouble is that was Gadges Ev2!
My goal today was to get 4 dies down to 2 and I almost achieved it.
Mega die 34 were once again on the pole position with die 11 on par,
At 40 m all pellets were one hole, if you could let go at the same place
Most of 50 testing produced sub 25 ml groups with a few semi Dons.
As i have said on more than one occasion though, the REV'
s barrel is crap. It really struggle to group compared to every other Ev2 barrel i have tried.
then die 24 at the last moment produced the only "don" of the day at 50m.
As such, I think another quick couple of hours is needed tomorrow beofre the wedding to confirm REV
Then next saturday change the barrel and start again
Then put Priest back together, and start ageain