Robert Lane regulator installed in my S410

Re: Robert Lane regulator installed in my S410

Postby Dr B » Sun Jan 08, 2017 9:11 pm

and PS a very happy new year to you as well..... :D ;)
AA S410 .22, Classic Walnut Thumbhole stock, Hawke 4-12 x 50 Panorama IR/AO/EV
AA S410 .22 Carbine (Cloverleaf Tuned) Walnut stock, Hawke Airmax 30, 4-16 x 50mm IR
AA TX200Hc .22, Walnut stock, Simmons 3-9 x 50mm.
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Re: Robert Lane regulator installed in my S410

Postby Mark112 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:46 pm

Dr B wrote:No regulator data I have ever seen beats that variation for these rifles.

Hi,

If I can refer you to another somewhat parallel thread viewtopic.php?f=15&t=2942&start=10#p29243 My last chrono session with the .177 classic gave a 20 shot string with no power curve and like yours a variation of 3 fps. It's only 20 shots (I was just checking power levels) but I would like to think that the other 115 shots would show similar variances and I have no reason to doubt it. It has certainly improved on my initial graph now that it has had a few shots through it :D

I notice your rifles are in .22 calibre. My own .22 carbine is not regged and has similar figures to your own (that's why I haven't regulated it) and I am lead to believe that the .22 flavoured guns have flatter power curves and better shot to shot consistency.

Nobody is forcing anyone down the regulator route. This thread was to show my own findings as info on results can be hard to find. If your .22 is anything like mine then I would not bother regulating it. .177s to me seem to be a different animal though.

Mark
S410C .177 Regged - MTC Viper 4-16 x 50
S410K .177 Regged - Hawke Nite-Eye 4-16 x 50 AO IR
S410K .22 - Hawke Sport HD 3-9 x 50 AO IR
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Re: Robert Lane regulator installed in my S410

Postby Dr B » Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:38 pm

Yes, like i say, no regged S410 i have ever seen betters what I've got in my non-regged S410s. I cannot speak to the issue of .177s, but i think the best advice to anyone really is to try non-regged options first (full clean and tune up) and if its still not to your liking, then get a reg. You may well have fitted a reg needlessly if you did not explore those options first.

Nonetheless, as long as you're happy - thats great. ;)
AA S410 .22, Classic Walnut Thumbhole stock, Hawke 4-12 x 50 Panorama IR/AO/EV
AA S410 .22 Carbine (Cloverleaf Tuned) Walnut stock, Hawke Airmax 30, 4-16 x 50mm IR
AA TX200Hc .22, Walnut stock, Simmons 3-9 x 50mm.
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