The following test results were obtained by shooting various pellets from the using a .22 caliber Beeman RX-2 fitted with a Bushnell Elite 4200 4-16x40 scope and the Beeman Crow Magnum muzzle break. The results clearly indicate that testing pellets with your own gun is a wise idea.
The testing was performed outdoors with a mild breeze and with an ambient temperature of 75 degrees.
The target was 32 yards away and shooting was done with the gun laying on a gell-filled mouse wrist-rest, which was on a supporting surface. Ten shots were taken per pellet type. Every effort was made to use a consistent shooting approach. Pellets were seated using a Beeman Pel-Seat device.
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