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spring guns

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by simply james, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    what pellets do you find work best in the above, please state the gun you use the said pellet in .
     
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    You're on here at all times of the day :confused:

    I've found that RWS Superdomes are good - when I had my Supersport I used to get through tins of H&N Target Trophy more than anything else :) good all-round pellets.

    I haven't tried many brands/types, so my experiences are quite limited.
     
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    Cheeky
     
  4. simply james

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    cognition i am seme retired and im out and about while most are sleeping,which i enjoy a lot now ive found a good forum a friendly lot so i shall pop in when i can in between jobs,any way yes as you say they are a good pellet and i use them in bothe of my springers,but every now and then you fancy a change so i was just interested in what others use ,thanks for your input mate.
     
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    nah top cat the lads just stating the obviouse ,its nice to have some where to go to forget about work and any problems you have ,great little forum this.
     
  6. topcat

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    airarms are the best pellet i have used Accurate made from soft lead= CLEANER KILLS for there weight take some beating in 177
     
  7. EX Mod Cog

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    Sorry James didn't mean to come across as "cheeky", you're just always on like I am ;) agreed, this is a nice little forum.
     
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    correct dint worry about it
     
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    i think lighter pellets have higher power levels in spring guns

    so bisley superfields:confused:
     
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    RWS superdomes went a treat in my supersport.
    After those i would of said Hurricane Exterminators,(Same as logun pellets but 18gr).
    Actually took out my supersport today, realised how lazy i'd got with a PCP!
     
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    I've found H&N FTT's suit my Model 60 just fine..they also shoot very consistently in the S410 too.
     
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    pellets

    Air Arms Field are always good in the guns I've had. TX 200s or Weihrauchs.
    H&N FTTs just about as good. Some pellets , are very bad. Eley Wasps bad but not the worst.
     
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    If you're looking for bad pellets, try SMK Spitfires :D I have so many memories of using these, that was before I knew anything.
     
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    AA Field 5.51s seem to work best in my AA TX200HC
     
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    BSA Lightning XL - loves AA Superfield and good with RWS Superdomes. Not good with Bisley Premier or Eley Wasp
     
  16. simply james

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    smk spitfires now your talking bad pellets mate.
     
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    I used to call them "rifled pellets" because of the lines along the side, and I used to think that made them better :confused: how stupid I was ...
     
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    best to try a few different types in a springer
    as some barrels can be fussy.
     
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    lol still got a tin of those (in .177 thank .)

    brilliant pellets never knew you could get so much veriety in one tin!
     
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    lve never tried them, are they really that bad, lf so you would expect SMK to do something about it:confused:
     

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