AA 510 CRBSL. 22 cal PCP, with Hawke Panorama 4-12x50mm scope.
Here's the rest of the story from my last post. After getting my AA 510 CRBSL sighted in with the new Hawke scope, I mounted my video camera on the scope tube, and did some ground squirrel hunting.
This rifles favorite pellet is the JSB 18.1 grain Jumbo Heavy. Especially the ones manufactured in 2008. I have several thousand from then set aside exclusively for this rifle. Below is the final sight-in target. It shows five shots at fifty yards. Truly amazing accuracy.
After putting away my sight-in equipment, like shooting bench, wind flags, and target frame, I put on my hunting equipment, and hit the forest for some furball hunting.
The wind had started to pick up pretty good, running from about nine miles per hour, with gusts to thirteen, and that always makes for an interesting challenge when setting up for a shot. I do hunt with a home made wind flag mounted to the air cylinder of my rifle, and that really helps a lot.
Here's a couple of pictures from the hunt.
I love the Hawke Panorama scopes for what I do, and the Air Arms 510 series PCP's are great guns, and as far as PCP's go, not incredibly expensive. If you're thinking about getting a PCP, check them out, definitely worth a look.
Until next time, thanks for reading.