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Bsa Ultra Se 177

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Lewis123, Mar 18, 2019.

  1. Lewis123

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    Hi wondering if some one can help and give me some information on what pellets are the best for a BSA ultra SE 177 air rifle? Just brought one lastnight so new to this air rifle! Cheers in advance
     
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    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    I’d start with JSB Exact 4.52 mate
     
  3. Ian george

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    You could try AA Diablo Fields 4.52 !
     
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    Either of the two above should be good mate.
     
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    If the pellets suggested above don't work, try Bisley Magnums. They tend to work well in some of BSA's fussier barrels. I use them in my .177 Ultra SE, and get good results.
     
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  6. Mortimer

    Mortimer Lord Haw Haw

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    Another vote for AA Diabolo Field.:up:
     
  7. mike-carter

    mike-carter Pro Poster

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    I have an R10 and an Ultra, not shot the ultra yet but the one I had before and my R10 loves Air Arms Diablo Field and JSB exacts just as others have stated.
     
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    Can only echo the sage advice given. Mine seemed to prefer the AADF's to the JSB's but you won't go wrong with either .....also the H&N FTT.
    :thumb:
     
  9. Mullet99

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    Bisley long range gold in mine
    Accurate...nice trajectory...and cheap to boot
    Ahhhh just seen .177...mines .22
     
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  10. robs5230

    robs5230 Everyone's entitled to my opinion

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    I have 3 Ultra SE's here.
    All shoot best with either JSB 4.53 (any batch) or JSB heavy (any batch).
    I have 2 rigged up to run on the 4.53 and 1 rigged for heavys.
    Wouldn't use anything else in mine
    The oldest one of the 3 been running on the 4.53's for 5 years now.
     
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    I’d go with this advice too mate, mine performs best with these..... gotta confess I haven’t tried the Bisleys though....
     
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    cbrdave Nuts

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    Mine gets fed on RWS Superdome, I've always used them in all my rifles and never had any issues,
    Excellent groupings and have taken numerous quarry.
     
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    Hi Mike, i've just bought a R10 SE minter, do you 4.52's?
    Cheers
    Neil.
     
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    I believe but i'm not certain that the factory(BSA) use AA field when testing their guns. My own Ultra SE performs well with H&N FTT as do my other BSAs JSB Exacts perform well too and i think quite a few member/owners on here have good results with Bisley Magnums.
    It might be a good idea to get some sample packs of the 4 types i've mentioned from www.pelletperfect.co.uk and see which perform best before spending out on whole tins of pellets unless of course you're happy to do that.
     
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    sorry to hijack my r10 like superfields in 4.52 I then cleaned the barrel and jsb exacts 4.52 any batch works for mine now nice grouping for me at 35yrds
     
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    Cheers for the info mate, i think i'll try a tin of JSB exacts in 4.52, the HW100 i used to have liked those.
     
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    no worries I bought sample packs to try from the bay spent ages asking for different batches etc to the various sellers I found sundown models in luton brilliant ask for kylie if you ring them hth
     
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    BSA mags good in mine.About to try QYS streamlined heavies when they get here.
    My ultra doing 9.6 fpe any one have any ideas ,if it wold be worth having it uprated to 11.3 fpe or there abouts.?
     
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    Another vote for AA Diabolo, my lads ultra likes them, a lot!
     

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