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Which pellets ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by JD, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. JD

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    Did you most use and find your favourate/s this year ?

    Rws came out tops for me, .22 hobbys and .177 Superdomes.
     
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    My favourites were the ones that knocked them pesky targets over:). My least favourites were the ones that even when I know I was bang on target just kept on going:(
     
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    Yes, it took a while though and she's settled (presently) on AA Field's in 4.52 flavour :):rolleyes:
     
  4. doodsy

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    if I had to pick id go superdomes as well mate, although im finding BSA elite are not doing to
    badly either
     
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    JSB exacts for me in my HW100. Matchpells in my Alecto and H&Ns in my .22 Ultra
     
  6. JD

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    Which calibre/s mate ?

    I've tryed Bsa Storm .177 and their not to bad for the price.
     
  7. JD

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    A double post, I bet double vision as well Ozzy. lol

    Stating the calibre would be helpful, but not if it's 40 proof ; )
     
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    i went for comedy first and then realised it wasnt that funny so went for a technical answer. All were .177 unless otherwise stated.
    now time for another peroni:) Merry Christmas
     
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    Superdomes and Hobbys for me as well
     
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    JSB Exacts in my HW100 in .177 flavour.
    I only changed after a conversation with Simon (the robin) from my usual superdomes and I must say these are very slightly better.
     
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    Have you compared these with superfield? Been finding lots of variation tin for tin with the latter
     
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    .177 jd, I tried the storm as well quite impressed me as well especially for the price as you say
    found these good in both the Diana and my crosman 1377,

    hope your well mate


    george

     
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    Been using lp 20g for years but did try some h&n field an target in my break barrels they seem to be very good.
     
  14. JD

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    Steered clear of the superfields Paul, but only on price, 30 bob extra for a tin of non ribbed pellets, although almost all pellets now seem to be smooth waisted these days, perhaps I'm just old school or is that tight ? No need to answer that one mate. ; )
     
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    and the superdomes are good at what ranges mate?
     
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    I like RWS superfields. They aren't as neat too look at as JSB pellets, but more consistent in my Ultra (.22). AA fields can be as accurate, but not been consistent enough without sorting. Superdomes were ok, but the fields were the best I tried.

    Incidently its only the 5.52 superfields it liked. In testing the 5.51 were about the worst.
     
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    I've got two tins from different batches, there is a 'tit ' on the head of the last batch and are pretty crap in comparison
     
  18. JD

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    No problems out to 45 yds using .177 domes.
     
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    HW97k likes JSB exact .177(4.52)
    Brocock Concept likes Daystate Rangemaster Li .177
    Daystate Huntsman Regal likes H&N FTT .177
    Parker Hale Dragon likes JSB exact .22(5.52)
    Webley alecto is best with JSB exact .177(4.52) but groups well with a few others too.
     
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    When did you get the last tin? All mine have smooth domes, but do have a very slight lip around the perimiter of the dome. I bought in bulk after testing and it will be some time before I need more, but will buy a single tin first to make sure the next lot are as good.
     

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