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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by The Bailiff, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. The Bailiff

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    Right guy's and girls does anyone know what pellet this is as i have a load of them in a clear container and i don't know where they come from but have just found out that my Falcon Fn12 loves em' so would like to know what they are so i can get a load more!.
    It's just my local shop might get a bit hacked off if i go in there and start breaking seals and opening all there tins!:eek:
     
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    Does the inside of the skirt have lines or is it smooth.
     
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    No Andy it's all smooth.
     
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    Hunters have that flat bit on top, and seem to be squared of on the edges.

    ---------- Post added at 16:58 ---------- Previous post was at 16:47 ----------

    Take a pic up her skirt. :D
     
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    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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    if its 177 looks like a bisley magnum
     
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    Thats what i was thinking, but a pic from the skirt would have shown how thick it was. A pic side on would have also made it easier to identify.
     
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    Added picture of skirt.
     
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    Hard to tell if it's .177 as i only have .22 :D but it does look like a biz mag, can you weigh it. :p
     
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    10/10 guy's you were right it is a Bis Mag one of my mates brought down a few tins of pellets and we matched it to the Bisleys.
    Oh! and it is .177 non brick chucking calibre.lol
     
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    Bis mags fly like bricks in any cal at sub 12. :p
     
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    As i pushed the button Andy to post that i suddenly realised that was coming back to bite me in the butt!:doh:
     
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    yes they do , itried them in 177 and i had to aim 3 mil dots :eek: when 15 m over my zero
     
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    The dogs tatter, them bisley mags :D ...in .177 ;)
     
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    Maybe a couple of mm down at 25 metres but to the rat that it was heading to it didn't make a difference. Actually in .177 they can give some naughty results if you chrono it.
     
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    The second pic (gold coloured pellet) looks remarkably like a Coppa Point. I use Coppa Point quite a lot in my Lightening and the gun loves them. In .22 they are 17g making them quite heavy and are harder than most "standard lead pellets" giving better penetration but being as I only use .22 I can not say if they come in .177 calibre.
    I don't know if this will help but I have attached a picture showing the difference between the Bisley Pest @ 18g and the Coppa Point Pellets @ 17g (Both in .22 version) These are the only pellets I use in both my Lightening and my SMK QB78 (Tuned) As a guide, the second photo shows a target that I shot this morning with my SMK QB78 Deluxe while zeroing the scopes. The SMK turns out 11.7 ft/lbs using the Coppa Point Pellets which were used today and the target was set at 25 yards and I shot in the "Free Standing Position", which shows that the Coppa Point Pellets are quite accurate and consistent. (Not bad shooting for an old un even if I do say so myself, the wayward shot (1.5 Inches Low Left) was the first shot before I completed the zeroing)
     
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    Hello Frenchie,
    I get really good groups at 30 yrds with the Bisley Mags but those copper points look all right i will chuck a few through it and see what happens?
    No! and your right that ain't bad for an old'un!;)
    Chris.
     

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