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Wow, I was just watching the same Benjamin Air Rifle used on a wild boar (Very tasty meat). I went on to Crosman.com and looked at their offerings, a big steep, but applications could make this a necessity. Only, for wild boar, the shoulder “armor” plated bone is tough, so I started thinking… If a cookware repair spray, Teflon, like offered at shophometrends.com , were used to coat the projectile just shy of where the ogive goes into the diameter wall, this would enable the projectile to better penetrate the boar’s armored bone which is basically bullet resistant. A .30-06 does the job, as does a .243 on smaller boar but with an air rifle, it might make sense to look for an edge. Check laws before doing anything because some States have laws against Teflon coating ammo because it can defeat bullet resistant armor worn by police and military. I am talking about hunting boar, that have very thick shoulder plates.
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