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pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by simply james, May 14, 2008.

  1. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    how many on here buy them in bulk,seen some great deals the other day in one of the mags ,you can save your self a good few quid if you have the money for the outlay of them.
     
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    I usually only buy them in 500's...sometimes a 1000, but not often. I actually buy shotgun cartridges in higher numbers than pellets..last order was 4000.
     
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    It come's down to money available.
    I buy 2500 .22 baracudas & 5000 FXpellets about once every 8-10wks.
    I buy in bulk as it's too far to drive when i run out.
    Savings wise is about 10kr a tin, but this get's eaten up by postal charges anyway!.
     
  4. jamjon

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    i buy mine in bulk form uttings they do packs of 5 tins or 10 tins for me it saves me a lot of money as i don't have a local shop and have to travel
     
  5. a1gunner

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    as i only hunt i buy 10 tins and they last a good while:up:

    bought 1 tin of loguns but thoses a special pelets when i need to go deeper to 10 tins of them would last longer than me:p
     
  6. EX Mod Cog

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    I just buy a new tin or two when I need them, or sometimes just when I get the chance, or even when I just want to try a new sort.
     
  7. a1gunner

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    what the SMK ones?:D

    you should buy in bulk Cog, being a plinker i thought you'd burn through yer ammo:confused:
     
  8. EX Mod Cog

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    Not lately, haven't been shooting in a long time :(

    And by the way I've tried the SMK ones, very good quality :D
     
  9. a1gunner

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    i have actually had one hole groups with them.:)

    we'll leve it at that the range is irrelevant:p
     
  10. andyh

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    Does anyone know where I you can buy a selection of say around 50 various manufacturers pellets to see what they compare like ?
     
  11. a1gunner

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    try the pellpax website they do sample packs;)
     
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    www.pellpax.co.uk

    Plenty on there, I've been to that place in real life, can't say they had much in the way of room ... . knows where they keep all those pellets, definitely not in the shop :D
     
  13. andyh

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    Just had a look and bought a selection pack in the manly calibre as you would say and while I was there I let the shop get the better of me and bought some other "Supplies". Oh I am weak when I'm in the "sweet" shop.
     
  14. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    what did you get

    i like strawberry bon bons myself:p
     
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    I get that, you've got to be careful in the "sweet shop" ... it's all ok though as long as you brush your teeth before you go to bed :p
     
  16. a1gunner

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    teeth are for squaeres:D

    (my teeth arent that bad, but i wont smile with them though)

    i look like a right retard when i smile:eek:
     
  17. EX Mod Cog

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    Moo wants a picture!
     
  18. andyh

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    Better off just keeping quiet and trying to keep "Her indoors" content, a buch of flowers works now and again but a major purchase takes some tactical planning and keeping her paws out of my pockets and pleading poverty. It's the fallout after the major purchase that will take some time for her to get over, just like her cooking, if she reads this I'll be in big sheep dip :eek:
    My groin will hurt for weeks and not from a nice pursuit ! :Cry:
     

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