The recoil is so light that it is easy to watch the bullet’s impact through the scope even at 15X setting and probably even at a much higher magnification. They were all in about the same direction with about the same level of wind that I would estimate at between 10 to 15 mph.

The noise level is very mild. I didn’t wear any ear protection and the report seemed to be no louder than the higher velocity 22LR rounds like a CCI Stinger. I believe the 17 HMR is not powerful enough for coyotes. Using the 17 HMR for coyotes would be like going elephant hunting with a 243 Win loaded with 55 gr Nosler Ballistic tips.

This is the most damage I have seen to date.

The Bullberry barrel appears to be very consistent. I will know more about its accuracy when I can put it on my benchrest up at my cabin. All in all, I am very pleased with the new 17 HMR. 17 HMR Field Testing on Ground Squirrels Day 2This unlucky ground squirrel was taken at about 70 yards. This is the most damage I have seen to date. I got a few more ground squirrels today. Got one at 172 yards and another at 163 yards.

The weight of the water will slow you down and tire you out. However it’s smart to get a bigger capacity if you are using these water filtration systems in a stationary area for cooking, cleaning, showering, and other activities that require water. The water filtration speed will depend on your intended use.

If you have the time to spare, you can try an electric filter which will do a better job of filtering out contaminates. Q: What Is The Best Make Of Tactical Watch? A: For our money the choice is clear: Casio. Others may disagree and you could certainly make an argument for a couple of other manufacturers but Casio wins the day for us by consistently delivering high quality, feature rich, dependable and affordable tactical watches.

Q: What Is A Tactical Watch? A: A tactical watch is a timepiece designed to be worn on the wrist that embodies rugged construction while incorporating useful survival-related features. They’re intended to continually operate regardless of how difficult conditions may get and are typically highly shock and water resistant.

They are also commonly referred to as “military watches”, “army watches” or even “combat watches”. Q: What Can A Tactical Watch Do? A: Different manufacturers incorporate different features and in many cases the feature menu is price-dependent. Or, rather, price will often depend on the number, type and quality of the features on offer.

Every watch on our list is water resistant down to at least 50 meters and that should be the absolute minimum level of water resistance for your outdoor watch. Looking for more?Check out our dive watches guide. Luminescence – If you find yourself engaged in strenuous outdoor activity after dark you want to be able to read your watch by simply glancing at the face.