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Defiant pellets.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Leeman, Apr 10, 2008.

  1. Leeman

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    Anybody tried them, or know anything about their accuracy, in any calibre?
     
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    are they the long ones?:confused:
     
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    Well they are not as long at the TM1 or TM2, but it all depends what grain you buy.

    this is what they look like

    http://www.airgunbuyer.com/

    they are on the left side of the page.
     
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    that is their website, do not believe anything you read there, if there was any negative posts i am sure they would of been deleted.
     
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    true but if they were honest reports you could read them

    try looking for reviews on review center .com:up:
     
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    Thanks i never knew that website, i will give it a go
     
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    i dont know if they have a review on them though:(
     
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    Good old Review Centre :rolleyes:
     
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    I know how they perform in my guns, because i have bought the 18 grain pellets in .22 and they are just as good in accuracy as the Barracuda Match and the JSB (AA). The only thing i did not like about them was the price.

    I just wanted to see if anybody tried them in 1.77 or .22 in different guns.
     
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    Are they lead or aluminum?
     
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    This is the blurb on their website Andy, which probably means they are predominently lead with the addition of a little tin (or similar)to give it better rigidity at high velocity.
     
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    They are made exactly like the logun penetradors, nice clean and shine and haven't found one damaged one yet and have shot 2 packets already.
     
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    Thanks Buzz, l'll more than likely give them a try then, Cu's the .177 fac pile-drivers are very expensive at £5.99 for 125:(...same reply to Leeman
     
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    I've got a test pack just not got round to trying them yet.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Will they fit in the AA S410 magazine for length Andy ??
     
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    Any is it just .22 that you have?

    Buzz...yes they will fit magazines
     
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    They should do, my pile-drivers do
     
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    Thanks guys, I might just try some then.
     
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    are they FAC pellets?
     

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