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HFT 500 what pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by masha, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. masha

    masha Engaging Member

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    Just wandered what folk are spitting out of theirs, I have AA and JSB BOTH IN 4.52 what is working best for you.
     
  2. chevin

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    First time I used mine I tried AA fields in 4.52, after zeroing it was shooting through the same hole at 40yds and tight groups there after, so there was no point trying owt else imo.
    Though I would expect JSBs to be reasonable too.
     
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    Aa fields 4.52 resized to 4.51 in mine.

    jsb 4.53 and 4.52 don't group as well even resized.

    thats all I have tried other than aa express which were excellent but dramatically changed my aim points. More experimentation with these when we get a really still day.
     
  4. mattyts

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    JSB Express work well in my S400 and MPR, they also fly fairly flat too
     
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    I tried both jsb's and aa's and felt the aa's grouped marginally better and then found the 4.51's the most consistent through the chrono giving me just a 15fps spread over the first 70 shots.
     
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    I use the AAs 4.52 and they are bang on
     
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    What's a good group at say 30 yards, need a yard stick to compare
     
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    Im using AAs through mine too ive been twatting 15mm knock downs and bells at 50 yds tonight pellet on pellet @30yds can't complain at that ;)
     
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    With the rifle rested and in good conditions it will put pellet on pellet at 55 yards.
     
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    Cheers gents I now know what to expect
     
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    I put day states through mine ..I tried aa and jsb but the day states where better for me
     
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    Since this thread started, I had a new tin of 4.52 express given me, gave them a go Sunday and find them very good, must say though conditions were good so wondering how they will perform with wind.
     
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    Ive been out with n
    mine today and was getting better results with AA washed and lubed 35yd tack driving, so ill keep the JSB's for the goldstar now, going to the club tomorrow to see how they fare in the wind! :D
     

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