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Best Place To Buy Air Arms Pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Hunter 001, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. Hunter 001

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    Hi. Can anybody advise me where is the best place to buy Air Arms 177 pellets on line right now.
    Thanks.
     
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    Countryway gunshop thread.
     
  4. Hunter 001

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    I thought they closed for now
     
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    they are ….uttings still operating and processing online orders :thumb:
     
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    They will order bulk if people say on there thread what they want if they get up to 500 tins it will be a lot cheaper
     
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    Looks like he doesn't stock Air Airms pellets mate.....:up:
     
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    Oh sorry. Did seem to have a good variety though.
     
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    Depending which ones you have the 8.44 JSB exact are the same pellet as I’ve crono’d both and got identical readings in my s400, wildcat and red wolf.
     
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    Yes but aren't there about four different head sizes with the same weight.???????
    Graham
     
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    I get very different results from aa fields and jsb exacts 4.52 in my p15 though.
     
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    I find that the 4.52 are the same as the AA followed by the 4.53 then 4.51 size in terms of accuracy for me.
     
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    Wouldn't the world be great if there was one universal perfect pellet?
     
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    I started with the AA’s then thought I would try the different versions of the JSB. I get the JSB 4.52’s now as I can get them cheaper with (for me) no difference to performance.
     
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    uttings very fast turnaround:thumb:
     
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    Gun shop :):D
     
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    They are not the same. AA pellets are produced on different dies owned exclusively by Air Arms.
     
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    CORRECT :thumb:
     
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    I posted a thread about this the other day as I thought they were the same but was finding my s400 didn't like the JSB. Turns out that though the AADF and JSB are for all intents and purposes the same they come out of different dies. Seems to make a difference in some rifles.
     

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