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fx pellet choice

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by essex sniper, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. essex sniper

    essex sniper Banned

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    Could anyone tell me what pellets there using in there fx rifles....are the smooth twist barrels pellet fussy ..atb
     
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    What have you gone for .22 or .177. Only asking, as I have a shed load of trial pellets, various makes in ,177 Your welcome to them. I can post them if you want to trial them. About 15 different brands. If you want them, chuck me a pm with your address and I will send you them. Cheers KB1
     
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    Thank you very much for the kind offer mate but I have loads myself ..was just thinking if a few people were using the same pellet it could save me abit of time ....I do appreciate the offer though ....iv gone for .177 atb matt
     
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    Excellent choice, I know I keep banging on about them, but I really rate the bisley/mags. I run my HW and my Ranger on them. But your right, its always best to get an idea. Cheers KB1
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    I'd start with AA fields mate, also have a try of AA express, a touch lighter then fields giving a flatter flight, my walther loves'em
     
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    I only shoot with .177 now...my regal and ranger group well with jsb exacts 4.52 .I think bis mags are a good pellet but they do drop off atb
     
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    What fx you gone for mate? I really fancy the bobcat in fac
     
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    hello, i started with JSBs exact diablo 4.5 in my FX T12 .177 but found the heavy diablo hit harder with long range hunting. the lighter JSBs as mention go well in my brocock Super 6. i now have a .22 FX verminator mk1 so will be trying AA fields, some FX ?, and some from pax
     
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    my mk 1 vermy liked AA's, and accupells in .22
     
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    Jsbs in my mk2 vermy. Didn't need to try anything else.

    Dave
     
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    I'll let you no abit later mate ...got to pick it up today
     
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    my vermi mk2 .177 was very pellet fussy, so fussy i never found a good pellets.

    aa field and jsb's grouped about 4" at 20yards, all the rest of good makes i tried produced 1" groups. the 2 best pellets i tried were h&n baracuda match and crosman ultra magnum but these were still over 1/2"

    both heavy pellets, heavier was better in mine.
     
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    Be sure to come back with what your going to use, once you have tested a few. Should you end up going for AA diablo field heavy, I have three tins doing nothing this side of Essex, I will chuck them in the post, to you. Cheers KB1
     
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    Thanks again kb1 your a gentleman atb
     
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    Not when your pushing them out with 36 ft/lb. LOL. :thefinger2::thefinger2: KB1 WP_20130816_006.jpg
     
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    dont rub it in mate lol
     
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    Its high time you applied for 'FAC'. Its not as complicated as it sounds. and it strikes me you could end up enjoying the extra air. KB1
     
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    I have thought about it and probably will ..I have a safe and a clean record and permission so nothing stopping me really
     
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    36ftlb is for pussys :p
     
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    What have you got then mark atb
     

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