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Question BSA Storm Pointed .22

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by yannzz, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. yannzz

    yannzz Member

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    Anyone on here tried these? I will be using them in an HW80 if they are any good.

    I know most people say H&N FTT for these guns but they are £11 a tin now! & I get through quite a few plinking, these look like good value.

    I would appreciate anyones advice or experiences with these pellets.

    CHEERS ;-)
     
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    Hi Steve, I was looking here http://www.airshooting.co.uk/714-bsa-storm-pointed-22-500.html they are described as pointed, anyway they are neither round head or pointed in the true sense, sort of a hybrid like the Crossman Powerpell. I was really looking for advice on if they are any good or not as I can't find out much about them, guess I'll have to just buy a tin & see. :-/
     
  4. Airsporter99

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    Hi dannzz, checked out your link deffo say"pointed"!
    I've not used these but going to the gunshop tomorrow to see if they've got any.I'll let you know here. BTW I've seen them for £4.99 in other shops for 500.:)
    ATB
    Steve
     
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    The gunshop didn't have any so I'm none the wiser! On a recommendation I bought a tin of Wasp 5.6mm to try in my old .22 airsporter.
    Steve
     
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    storm

    i used to use them in my bsa lightning,,they seemed ok in that.
    cant see a problem,,especially if its mainly plinking.

    al
     
  7. simply james

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    thats dear for a tin of pellets
     
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    £££Price of lead£££

    Most decent .22 pellets in our local shop are v expensive now, ie..Webley Mosquito's are £7.50 for 250/AA Field £11.30, Crossman Powapel £11.50, RWS superfield £10.88! Best at the moment I can find are H&N FTT @ £9.29

    Postage costs tend to negate the cheaper Internet mail order options, unless your order 3000 or so!!

    The price of Lead must going through the roof! :(

    That's why I was looking at these BSA's, only £6 a tin in our local shop, still not got round to trying a few waiting for it to warm up a tad.:D Then I can report back on these cheapies through my 80.

    Roll on spring.
     
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    Don't know about these but one pellet that I can not speak highly enough about are Coppa Piont in .22 at 17g. I have just had a chance to find out exactly what they will do in my gun (SMK QB78 tuned to put out 11.9ft/lb). I've just taken a rabbit at 42 yards and had a perfectly clean head shot kill. The results speak for themselves!
     

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