I'm new here and hope to extend my knowledge of long range shooting concepts. Sounds like I may have found the right place (thanks Rupe)!
In the world of my selected squirrel rig, a 130 yard shot is quite far. I am in the process of dialing it in for optimum performance. After a few more sessions with I'll feel comfortable enough with it to take it out for squirrel every chance I get.
I know of one guy that has a similiar set-up to mine that killed a jackrabbit at around 130 yards with it.
This is my squirrel rig: single shot, AirForce Condor air rifle with TimW's .25 conversion kit and custom Hammer.
It also has a lighter return spring installed in the old-style valve (the newer valve is reported to be far superior), and a little seating work.
It is shooting 31grain of squirrel medicine at around 1050fps as it arrived and has yet to be dialed in. Hopefully very very soon.
I will post video when I can. The best part of the long-range aspect with the video's is that by the time the pellet has reached it's target enough time has gone by to allow the scope-mounted camera to settle down and get a clear shot of the impact! I have the mount, but not the camera at the moment.
Here's the squirrel machine! Reds are fair game year around where I live! Scope is 4.5X14X44AO.