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Bisley pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jamessuper10, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. jamessuper10

    jamessuper10 Engaging Member

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    hey guys, got some bisley pellets the other day, Bisley Premier and Bisley Super Field. Took them home put some targets up, and im really happy with them and find that the super 10 likes them too!:up:

    anyone else have any opinions on them?
     
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    Whats the size mate. I have tried RWS superpoint extra .22 14.5 grain and wasp no.5 through my superten and both seem to pattern the same although shooting into a tree stump slice at 25 yards, the wasps are inbedded in the slice but a large proportion of the RWS do not ???
     
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    BSa BARRELS ARE VERY PELLET FUSSY
     
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    i have tried a few bisley superfields in my BSA metior and they work well:)

    i like the hollow dip in them as well.
    i have taken a clooared dove with them with a chest shot with .177 open sites:D

    i like them v.much
     
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    Hi mate, didn't find the premers to be very accurate as for the super field ive never tried them. I have heard that the Long Range pellets are quite good.
     
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    the ones i was using are .22 not sure on the grain, but they are the 5.5, im looking forward to getting some longer range shots in with them, i think i can be confident enough with the bisley pellts to pull off the longer shots. But im still going to continue to try every pellet i can find!:)
     
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    the stopping power of a .22 is high enough, the hollow dip will make penetration over long range even harder.
    a normal dome is better for long range.
    for long range penetration i use logun penatrators:)

    the .22 bisley is good for ferals and rats but i just use AA fields as they work well and are accurate in my AA s410:D

    i think they weigh around 15.9 grains:confused: may be wong:eek:
     
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    I've tried some H&N Field Target Trophy in my S410, & differ no more than AA Fields, apart from being a bit cheaper. I fancy trying Bisleys some time, but I've heard that .22s mostly come in tins of 200.
     
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    Iv never tryed them, but thanks for the tip on how good thay are. I buy a tin and give them a go
    Cheers
     
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    Tins of 200

    I think they do only come in 200's. And they ain't cheap either.
     
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    you get what you pay for :shrug:
     
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    True in most cases. But depends where you get them from aswell. I pay 8 quid for a tin of 500 AA domes in .22 at the NSRA at bisley. At my local gun dealer there 9.90!!!
     
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    I've got some Bisley Magnums. They are very good, but certainly no better than the H&N FTT's I usually use and they're more expensive.
     
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    they do come in tins of 200 and they aint that badly prised, i paid £4 a tin. cant be bad?
     
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    Thats not bad mate. Mind u i did get my bisleys from my local dealer. Ill go to the NSRA for them next time.
     
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    4 quid for 200

    Mind u, saying that, that works out at 10 quid for 500!!!!
     

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