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I just posted this on another site where some guy was recommending hunting with a Crosman 760.. (note that pyramid air and other responsible air gun sellers do not recommend the 760 or any other air rifle or pistol for hunting,, other than mice,,) But… this was my post, regarding guns with muzzle velocities in the 600-700 range or less: ——-
“Some years ago , Dr Beeman (Beeman Air Rifles –the classic hunters gun) stated that an air gun which puts out 5 to 7 ft pounds of muzzle energy (which your 760 does Only if Fully Pumped) is sufficient for a humane kill on a squirrel out to 15 yards, (3 car lengths ) and a rabbit , can be killed humanely with such a gun at no more than 5 yards (1 car length) ..And,, those are IF the shooter places the pellet in the hearts or brains,, which means you Must be capable of reliably and regularly hitting a target dot of 1 inch or less at those ranges.. A shot anywhere else MAY kill an animal.. or disable the animal enough to go finish it off with a head shot up close , or break its neck with your hands .. but may more likely not kill it rapidly, and the shooter may assume he missed entirely, but in reality the creature ran off to die slowly and miserably from bleeding or infection, A reasonable Minimum velocity is 800 with .22 pellets and 1000 with .177. A muzzle speed less than 1100 will not break the sound barrier and will not make that loud crack.. A 1200 FPS Air gun is rated with light pellets,, if you use heavy hunting pellets.. the speed will be about 1000 fps and therefore meet your need for quiet shots.. I suggest a Gamo, ($150-$200+, or the lesser known Hatsun Air rifles about $110… in .22 cal. Also please do not shoot squirrels and rabbits in the spring,, if you kill a female,, there will be about 6 less critters to shoot next year, as the babies will die inside her or starve in the nest.

Off topic but I’m excited. I followed Tom’s advice to “run, not walk” and ordered the Umarex Makarov, which arrived today. It is everything Tom said in his report. First 5-shot group at 5 yards well under an inch. Moving back to my garage limit of 7 yds, still at an inch.
The pistol has a nice glossy paint finish, fits my hand well, and points nicely. For my hand, better ergonomics than the PPK/S or P23.
Some comments: When they say “drop-free” magazine, they mean it. If you are clumsy like me, better develop a technique of catching it, or you’ll bang up that nice paint job when it hits the ground. The mag is metal.
“Cocked and locked” carry is possible. A separate piece of paper in the box expains you need to cock, then pull the hammer back slightly while setting the safty.
The grips and trigger guard have a little play in them. But all is tight when I grip the pistol. Might bother you if you are fussy about such things, but I’m not.
Double action trigger is better than I expected. I don’t have a trigger pull gauge, but subjectively the pull is lighter and shorter than my CP99 or P23. Single action is not as much better as I would have thought. Short, but a little stiff. maybe it will break in.
I’d about given up on shooting bb’s in pistols, but this one has me going again. Thanks, Tom.
–Mike U.

Dr. Ian is a Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and has been a member of the department for over 25 years, with subspecialty interests include in pituitary tumors, neurofibromatosis and meningioma biology. At MD Anderson, he has built a pituitary tumor program that now includes 5 endocrinologists and the pituitary caseload now exceeds 100 patients annually. Dr. McCutcheon also serves as primary surgeon for the institutional program in von Hippel-Lindau disease. His laboratory research has focused on the biology of meningiomas, and he has maintained a parallel interest in surgical strategies for treating patients with neurofibromatosis. He has lectured nationally and internationally on these and other topics relevant to Neurosurgery, and has published over 125 papers and over 25 book chapters.

Benjamin 392 steroid reviews

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Dr. Ian is a Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and has been a member of the department for over 25 years, with subspecialty interests include in pituitary tumors, neurofibromatosis and meningioma biology. At MD Anderson, he has built a pituitary tumor program that now includes 5 endocrinologists and the pituitary caseload now exceeds 100 patients annually. Dr. McCutcheon also serves as primary surgeon for the institutional program in von Hippel-Lindau disease. His laboratory research has focused on the biology of meningiomas, and he has maintained a parallel interest in surgical strategies for treating patients with neurofibromatosis. He has lectured nationally and internationally on these and other topics relevant to Neurosurgery, and has published over 125 papers and over 25 book chapters.

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