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Question bsa ultra se

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sillygarry, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. sillygarry

    sillygarry Posting Addict

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    who's using what pellet in there ultra se:confused:
     
  2. Honest Bob

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    In the short time I've had my Ultra SE .177, have tried several different pellet makes, and so far found AA Diabolo Field to be the most accurate, but have a few others to try yet, early days yet. I started with the AA's when power and shot count testing the gun, since then tried other brands, but the AA's are the best so far. Atb, Bob.
     
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    i have been using rws superfields .177 my ultra hates them atb garry
     
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    The Bisley Magnums .177 worked well in my gun, but the AA's have the edge on them, but as I said early days yet, once I settle on the pellet choice, then it will be some practice, to get used to the set up, as it is my first PCP, so far I am impressed with the gun. I may take some of the good advice received from other members, and have it regulated, but will see how it goes first. Bob.
     
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    I use rws superdomes in my mmc .177 ultra and get a nice tight grouping with them. For the price I think they have to be worth a try.
     
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    Bis mags,Crosman mags,HW mags,basically anything heavy
     
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    Jsb exact express:):)
     
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    Bis mags in .177 go well in mine :)
     
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    hello, my 2 .177s PCPs seem to like the heavier pellet, JSB CROSMAN mags or those made in london, defiants
     
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    JSBs are generally a very good choice for BSAs.
     
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    garry as i said at the meet jsb exact diablo 8.44 grns
     
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    thanks andy forgot the name oldtimers i think
     
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    Well, now the new Ultra SE .177 has had a few pellets throu it, I decided to do a final zero, using AA pellets, as it likes them, set the gun on a rest at 30yds, the only contact I had with the gun was finger on trigger and thumb on trigger guard, did three test shots, then adjusted the scope cross hairs to match the group, then decided to put some Bis mag's and some Crosman's throu it, the other two pellet it liked, used the same method as above ie finger and thumb, shot some ten shot groups, the Bis mag's are good, Crosmans are OK, but the AA's are the best, getting 32 good shots out of it from a 200 bar fill, then the power starts to drop off too much. Spent a couple of hours target practice, used a lot of air and pellets, this is my first PCP, and I am so impressed with its accuracy. I did try most of the recommended pellets in this gun, but the AA's came out on top, a very close second was the Bis mag,s, hope this is of some help. Atb, Bob. PS. For each pellet test, I topped up the air, and the test was indoors, so no wind to contend with. For me 30 ish good shots is more than enough for a few rabbits, but may have it XTX regulated at a later date. But my next job is to set some targets at 5 yrd intervals, out to 45 yds and record the hold over/under, and tape it to the scope, then a bit more practice before I point this thing at any rabbits. Off subject, I must say my TX will remain my gun of choice for hide work, as no air top ups to worry about, and a pleasure to shoot, but a bit heavy for field walking, so hope the Ulra lives up to the job, as it is so much easier to carry.
     
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    Jsb exacts 4.53 where spot on in mine there barrel generally likes bigger size pellets.
     
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    that is the best way once youve found the right pellet
     
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    Me too^^^^^^
     
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    AA Field 5.52 at the moment. But all the Ultras I've had liked different pellets.
    List in order of Ultras:
    -Bisley Pest Control (1 big hole at 45yrds, it loved them)
    -AA Field 5.50
    -Bisley Magnum (.177)
    -RWS Super Dome
    -AA Field 5.52
    AA's are always a good shout for good to excellent performance in my opinion.
     

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