Pest Control 35 yards

Benjamin David | July 30, 2016

This is pest control at 35 yards shooting in a somewhat swirling 16 mph wind. The 14.3gr pellet drop at 35 yards was taken into account, as you can see from the hold over. You can hear the muzzle rapport, and then the impact with the bird.

These birds, like the starlings are relentless, and scare tactics do very little to keep them off of feed, water, and out of the coops.

The air gun used was a Crosman 1322, shooting at 510 fps. The .22 pellet is ideal for this sort of work as you can see by the knock down energy that it has.

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