by Tom Gaylord
Writing as B.B. Pelletier
This is Part 11 of the Hiveseeker guest blog. I had to break this report into two parts, the first of which ran yesterday. Today is a continuation of that report.
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Crosman 2400KT CO2 Air Rifle – Part 11
The great Crosman 2400KT barrel shootout
This report covers:
- By the numbers
- Choking hazard
- The last word
By the numbers
We already discussed the 24 inch barrel, so now we are ready to dive into some numbers! I’ve summarized this data in the table below. This split table is slightly redundant. First, I want to show you the velocity increase compared to the shortest 7.5 inch baseline barrel. As we mentioned before, the average velocity increased by a total of 153 f.p.s. from the 7.5 inch barrel up to the 24 inch barrel, a difference in length of 16.5 inches.