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Question Aa Diablo Express Over Fields ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by WhyteCat, Oct 12, 2019 at 8:30 PM.

  1. WhyteCat

    WhyteCat Active Member

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    Just ordered a tin of Express to try at 30M +

    Have only shot Diablo Fields through the S400 so will be interesting to see how it goes just doing targets in the garden, anyone else using the Express ?
     
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    I used them in my old Anschutz 8002 , they was no different to the exacts 8.44's just more expensive , my ISP didn't like them , im going to try them in my steyr tomorrow !:)
     
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    My Tx loves them but I cant justify another 40 quid a sleeve for a very slight gain in accuracy
     
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    robs5230 леший

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    i shoot express but jsb express.
    Superb pellet
     
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    Top of the pile in my .22 99s... :thumb:
     
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    WhyteCat,

    JSB Express are my go-to pellets.

    With only one exception, they shoot the most accurately from my rifles, and give me the best trajectory to fifty-five (55) yards.

    Have fun & a good Sunday :)

    Best regards

    Russ
     
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    32:1 Theoben user

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    I can see a pellet test coming for you buddy, as once you start searching it never ends

    Good luck and enjoy

    Chris
     
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    Hi Chris, I have you right, it would be never ending !! - I swore I would only shoot AA Diablo Fields but I am only trying the Express for something to do basically. I have no complaints about the Diablo Fields, any inconsistency is probably down to me. I am only trying the Express as they are from the same stable & fairly cheap on the Airgun spares web site & I was buying something anyway. It will be interesting to see how they do. However today is fairly windy where I am & the Fields are struggling @ 40 yds so the Express would more probably.

    It will be fun testing though ;)
     
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    The link below is to a review of the JSB Express pellets in 177 by Hard Air Magazine in December 2017.

    https://hardairmagazine.com/reviews/jsb-exact-express-diabolo-7-87-grain-177-pellet-test-review/

    Their conclusion (for those that don't want to read the entire review)

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    HARD AIR MAGAZINE TEST CONCLUSIONS

    JSB Exact Express Diabolo 7.87 grain .177 pellets offer a good choice for shooting in many air rifles.
    The manufacturer has a great reputation for pellet consistency. However, the Exact Expresses tested by HAM had a rather large variation in weight.
    This, together with the somewhat extravagant claims made for muzzle velocity, knocked them out of a HAM Silver Award.
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    I've found this to be true of all tins of JSB Exacts when I have hand selected and weighed a sample vs the AA Express which always come out far more consistent in terms of shape and weight. That said, for my level / type of shooting they're perfectly adequate.



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