Originally Posted by scutter
We have considered using a standard pellet, but there are some shooters who would not want a 4.52 to go down a barrel that was set for a 4.50 for example.
Also my Steyr reads different for a job 4.52 and a AA 4.52, so a standard pellet is a non starter.
I know the UKAHFT are looking at new Chronographs at the moment and there are a few other ideas that are going to be introduced this year.
Doesnt matter what your steyr reads with AA, H&n etc as long as you know it will be tested with lets say a jsb 4.52, 8.44g So a standard pellet is
a starter unless if course you're saying if you use a different pellet your gun might go over. Thats an illegal gun anyway!!