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good light pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by AirArms456, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. AirArms456

    AirArms456 Junior Member

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    I was just wondering what a good light pellet in .22 would be reccomended? I currently use accupells at 14.9 grain but I would like a lighter pellet so the velocity should increase, I know the knock down power may fall a little but at the minute even accupells seem a little too heavy for my s200, as it is running at around 10.8 ftlbs. I tested yesterday if my gun, which it is zeroed at 30 yards was then shot at 40 yards the pellet dropes nearly 4 inches if aiming at 30 yards, but I guess this is due to the weight of the pellet and the poor ballistic coefficient ( which I use for chairgun pro..0.0077)

    Thanks
     
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    I use falcon accuracy plus in my s200 ...excellent pellet imo
     
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    never heard of falcons? what weight do they come in at, but I will definitley try them!
     
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    What sort of groups do you get with them mate?
     
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    Jsb Diablo Express Exacts, 5p groups a 65 yard with the MPR
     
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    Jesus Christ you must be a hell of a shot!
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    but you can't get express in .22
     
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    Good gun and a big scope :rolleyes:
     
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    Oh,that's a shame :(
     
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    So you definitely think that falcons will do the trick?
     
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    not in my guns, my last .22 pcp don't like them, but try them till you do you won't know
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    my walther loves AA express (in .177) wow what a pellet :cool:
     
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    What,s the lighist .22 pellet you can buy?
     
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    What pellets would you reccomend now then? Taking into account being a light pellet?
     
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    What are they like in the wind Mark. I've read good things about them but wary of light pellets in the wind.
     
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    Noticeable but easy to compensate for.
     
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    no worst than fields nick,try'em the dommie loves'm
     
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    FALCONS 13.4 Grain i can hit a 5 pence group at 40 yards with them mate

    if you pm me your address ill send you a few to try
     
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    Cheers for the offer mate but I'm only 17 so I can't :( oh well...
     

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