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Question rws superfields .22

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sillygarry, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. sillygarry

    sillygarry Posting Addict

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    northolt london
    Do you use rws superfields ? i have noticed a small lip on the edge of the dome and are wondering of they are a bad batch or are yours the same

    TORNADOS7 Top Poster

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    Yes mine have this too in fact all of them have this so nothing to worry about !!!
  3. clbarclay

    clbarclay Engaging Member

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    Same here. To look at I didn't expect much from them the first time I tried them, only to be pleasently surprised when they suited my rifle.
  4. tintin

    tintin Engaging Member

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    South of Cirencester
    When I use a new batch of pellets I benchrest and if I can get a cloverleaf at 35yds then they pass the test.
    If I cannot get a decent grouping I use them for plinking.
    If your current batch give you a consistent group at your chosen ranges then go for it.
  5. gixxer

    gixxer Posting Addict

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    I think their a slightly different now ,my remaining old tins are clean no rim on dome but newer seem to have this rim for me no accuracey changes still bang on .
  6. bobnik

    bobnik Engaging Member

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    Hemel Hempstead
    I have just started using them after a long lay off. They do now have the ridge you mention - but they are brilliant pellets - very clean and consistent quality. In my guns at least they are currently one of my favourites .
  7. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    using some today on a customers daystate and the ridge meant they were constantly jamming,same with superdomes
  8. fishingpip

    fishingpip Member

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    Hi, been lurking for a while,decided to register after reading this post, bought a tin of rws superfields .177 4.5mm 8.4gr to use in a daystate huntsman classic, only used 3-4 pellets as they were very tight into the breech and didnt want to cause any damage to the rifle. Fairly new to air rifle shooting and have found this forum a huge help, thanks to all,
  9. David M

    David M Donator

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    Welcome along fishingpip.......:up:

    I have two started tins of .22 RWS Superfields from 2012 and one has half the visable amount of filling as the other but both sets are just a smooth dome unlike the Op's...:confused:

    I found they drifted off to the right past 25 yards as if my scope was fitted out of level, then I tried Falcon Accuracy Plus pellets and got very consistant groups straight away out to 30+ yards like a laser.....:up:
  10. andy46

    andy46 Donator

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    my old ranger loved superfields,but no tins I bought had that lip on them
  11. edtwozeronine

    edtwozeronine Donator

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    Newport City
    Never had any trouble with them in my TX200 or HW100. It will no doubt vary, gun to gun however.
  12. engraver

    engraver Keyboard Hero

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    Ive tried them in the past and found the same issues as above, It seems the diablo field are still the best in the majority of rifles Ive owned and probably ever will.

    Its funny I got talking to a lad today who owned a Logun Axsor and asked me what a good pellet for it is, I said the softest and smoothest there is to load, so in similar guns Ive owned where the pellet has to pass over a breach joint to a barrel, anything hard or stepped will just put pressure on you loading probe as it gives the pellet a shave.

    Air arms seem to load far smoother in any similar variant of that particular gun.

    But Ive never tried them in the hw100 or Rapid, I reckon the hw100 would shoot them but don't think the Rapid would like them although it is direct breach loading, but I cant see the point when I already know it will one hole with JSB/Airarms.

    That step just seems to difficult to replicate over and over im the moulding process, If they lost the step and lowered the price of them, it would maybe draw some people away from the likes of JSB/AA

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