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    Pre-war .177 Diana 27 - H&N Match...

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    secretagentmole is offline Worked 3 summers as a lift attendant in Blackpool
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    Gamo Phox, RWS Superfields, 5.52mm!
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    BSA ultra se .177 bisley magnums
    Hatsan at44 .177 air arms field 4.51
    Relum tornado .22 accupel but shoots everything pretty well
    BSA meteor .22 accupel

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    .22 HW99s - RWS Super-H-Point, (so far)...

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    Weihrauch barrels

    I find both my Weihrauch 97's in .22 and .177 like tight fitting pellets and only really give good grouping if I use 5.53 and 4.52 respectively. The .22 loves H&N FTT and Bisley Long Range Golds. The .177 loves Wembley Mosquitoes.

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    Blackrider is offline It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got a Spring
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    "Express .177 Pellets" ?

    I think I've asked this question previously but can't remember the conclusion ?

    I know they are both manufactured by JSB but are the JSB .177 Express and the Air Arms Express .177 pellets one and the same ?

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    Daystate mk 4 .177 jsb exact 8.44 grain head size 4.52
    jsb exact heavy 10.34 grain head size 4.52

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    pellet thread

    Gamo hunter jsb 5.5.1 kral the same jsb smk 20m bisley lrg

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    Gamo Coyote 4.5mm!

    Gano Coyote 4.5mm Daystate Heavies 4.52mm!
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    .177 HW30s - AADE.
    .177 HW99s - JSB RS.
    .22 HW99s - JSB RS.
    .22 Haenel II DRP - RWS Superdome.

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    .22/TXhc...AADF/Superfield...
    .22/Webley Xocet...Superdome/Superfield/AADF's/Webley VMX...
    .177/HW95k...Superdome/Superfield...

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    Brocock Compatto

    I am yet to find the best pellets but I can tell you the Compatto does NOT like the Bisley Magnums. They are a pig to push in the chamber with the cocking bolt! The grouping wasn't too bad though.

    Apart from that the Daystate Sovereigns are the best so far and the AA Diabolo Field 5.52 are 2nd best.
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    Paid a visit to my friendly neighbourhood arms dealer with the intention of picking up another tin of Webley Mosquito (AKA JSB Express) for the 99s. During the journey, I started to think that maybe I should try something different.

    She's already been fed a tin each of Mosquito, JSB RS and RWS Super-H-Point and doesn't seem at all fussy. I considered H&N FTT - usually a safe bet in an HW barrel - or maybe Superdome, which the old Haenel II DRP loves, (so they wouldn't sit collecting dust if the 99s wasn't that keen).

    In the shop, staring at the vast selection of available brands in the counter display, I spotted the Sniper Light. Now, I had some very good results using Sniper Magnum in a gasser a couple of years ago and had been wanting to try the Lights in a springer ever since, but hadn't come across any. Exit shop with two tins (500 pellets).

    Back at the ranch, on opening a tin, I thought for a split second that I'd been had. They were so bright and shiny, I thought I'd been fobbed off with a tin of alloys - but packaging, weight and price said otherwise.

    After a dozen or so shots on the plinking range to season the barrel and get a feel of the firing cycle and trajectory, it was time to sit at the bench and batter the living daylights out of the various spinners. Every pellet seated with the same amount of pressure, the firing cycle of the 99s was sublime and I could see from the lead splashes that they were every bit as accurate as the JSB variants.

    My pal turned up - and after having a couple of goes with the 99s, asked if he could try them in his 80. With the 4x scope fitted, he was soon cutting 1/4" ctc groups - even I managed to cut a couple that small. (We got through half a tin between us in under two hours). I'll definitely be buying more - and so will he. The acid test will be to see if they perform as well against quarry as the softer JSBs...

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    Brocock Compatto

    The daystate sovereigns are good in the Compatto but the
    .22 JSB Exacts 5.51mm are superb! Which I know are the same pellet but with the JSB's you can pick between 5.50, 5.51 & 5.52 head sizes.
    Last edited by Missed_dinner; 08-05-2017 at 05:42 AM.
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    Daystate MK4 Panther

    Which pellets worth the best in a daystate mk4 panther?

    Any help would be appreciated

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