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Tight Pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by joemitch, Aug 12, 2018 at 9:24 PM.

  1. joemitch

    joemitch Newbie

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    I bought an SMK Victory CP2 .22 for my lad to plink with and I've tried H&N FTT's, Accupells, Superdomes and JSB Exacts Jumbo RS and they are all really tight when going in to the breach, are there any pellets out there with smaller skirts that will fit better?
     
  2. plinkerton

    plinkerton Engaging Member

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    Seek and you will find decent pellets have a label with size tolerance printed on them.

    Failing that a gun problem
     
  3. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 Major Poster

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    Welcome mate.

    I’d try some simple Hobby pellets
     
  4. dancza

    dancza Donator

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    To be fair I thought that FTT's had pretty narrow skirts.. can you feel any stiffness/resistance from the bolt when dry firing the CP2?
     
  5. shauny

    shauny Pro Poster

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    wouldnt worry too much,as the pellets will be "sized" as you push the bolt forward.
    although they may feel tight as you push the bolt in,they will all be nicely seated
    before you fire. you could just get a bigger knob :eek: for the handle to make it a bit
    easier to load.
     
  6. bucketboy

    bucketboy Post Whore

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    Try marksman pellets in the yellow box, so soft you could push a .22 into a .177 barrel no problem :D

    Bb
     
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  7. joemitch

    joemitch Newbie

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    That's exactly what its like, on some you push the the probe and its like you've hit a wall before it pushes the pellet in
     
  8. Scubashot

    Scubashot Engaging Member

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    Try some Weihrauch F&T Sport which are a 5.51mm version of the "normal" 5.53 mm H&N FTT and are noticeably easier to push into the breech of my HW77.
    They also offer a 5.51 mm version of the JSB Exact Jumbo under the Weihrauch FT-Exact Jumbo name, which also work well in my rifles.
     
  9. Baldalot

    Baldalot Busy Member

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    I'm no expert, but Air Arms pellets seem to have a soft skirt, so should move into the breech easily.

    Welcome to the forum, by the way. :wave:
     
  10. john harris

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    some owners drilled out the breach (first 1/4" or so). Seemed a bit drastic to me, so I round filed the first bit gently. Fine/no problem now
     
  11. Air arms boy

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    Try sizing some pellets with a sizer...
     
  12. dancza

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    It might be worth trying some of the pellets that the guys have mentioned but if you're still not having any luck with it and it's in warranty then don't be afraid to send it back to your RFD for repairs/replacement. :up:
     

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