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  1. #61
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    All .177

    Ultra MS - Baracuda Match

    Daystate Mk3 - Baracuda Match

    TX200 HC- Defiant (Small)
    Born To Be Mild.

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    AAs410 k ...AA field .22 .. 5.51
    shiny AAs410k .22 ,tayside air gun club,http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f2...4/Pic-0796.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby_2007 View Post
    Following this thread... http://www.airgunbbs.com/forums/showthread.php?t=280329

    I have decided that I will make one of these free websites which will have a list on of what works well in different guns. This should save people time and money because they should be able to atleast narrow the possible pellets down before even buying a tin!

    I realise that even diferent guns of the same model can prefer different pellets but this should go atleast some way to heling people!

    But, I only have one air rifle and So I need your help, please reply to this thread with the make, model and caliber of your rifle/pistol and what pellets or pellets it likes.

    Thanks,

    Toby
    Air Arms S200 .22 - likes: Air Arms Field Diablo; dislikes: H&N Silhouette, Webley Venom Lazapell

    DaystateMk3 R .177 - likes Arms Arms Field Diablo (4.52), Daystate Select (4.52); Dislikes: H&N Field Trophy Target

    BSA XL Tactical .177 - Arms Arms Field Diablo (4.52), Daystate Select (4.52); Dislikes: H&N Field Trophy Target (these are a really tight fit in the barrel!)

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    Some more.

    Gamo Magum .177 (Mirrorbore).

    Likes: RWS Hollowpoints.
    Dislikes: Prometheus or other plastic-sabot pellets. (Don't know why). All over the place.
    So-So: Wadcutters, unless the barrel screw is loose.

    As a thought, sometimes it's as important to know which ones *don't* work so well with a particular model.

    I wonder if there's a pellet and airgun wiki?

    David.

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    AA S410 .177:

    Top choice - Webley Mosquito Express 4.52.

    Close second - JSB Exact 4.52, AA Field 4.52, Daystate FT 4.52 (and probably any other 8.4 grain JSB equivalents in 4.52).

    Worth considering - Bisley Long Range Gold, Acuples, Crossman Premier and Defiants

    AA TX 200HC .177:

    Top choice - AA Field 4.52 (and probably any other 8.4 grain JSB equivalents in 4.52)

    Close second - Webley Mosquito Express 4.52

    HW 97K .177:

    As gun is very new to me I have only tested AA Field 4.52 which work very well interested to see what else is recommended for this rifle.

    BTAS FX Cyclone .22 FAC

    Top choice: AA Field 5.52, FX Premier 5.52 (and probably any other 16 grain JSB clones in 5.52.)

    Not recommended: As the gun is very pellet fussy I would just stick to the above.

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    bump, keep them commin guys

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    My daystate X2 (which is 4yrs old) loves either jsb exacts or daystate ft select in 4.53

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    FX Gladiator .22.........JSB Exacts 15.9Grn. Crosman Accupels 14.5 Grn.
    Theoben Rapid MK1 .20Cal....JSB Exacts 13.73 Grn and H&N Baracudas 13.4 Grn
    Theoben SLR98 .22.......JSB Exacts 15.9 and JSB Express 14.3Grn.
    Air arms TX200 MK3 .22...JSB Exacts 15.9 and JSB Express 14.3Grn.
    These guns shoot very well with the pellets listed so I just bother with others.

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    bump tttp

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    AA S400, S200 and EV2 mk1 all AA field .177 in 4.52 head size.

    TX200mk3 very pellet fussy and again AA fields in 4.51.


    Bob
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    BARPC

    Basingstoke Air Rifle & Pistol Club. Founded 1975

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    Mattockswinga is offline A bit generous with the inch estimate....... as usual
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    Hope this is of some use

    Weirauch HW99s .22

    RWS Superpoints 1 inch groups 25mtrs

    RWS Superdomes 1.25 inch groups 25mtrs

    Crosman Match Flatheads 1 inch groups 25mtrs

    Dynamic Air Bullets (I think they're called, alu things) 1 inch group 25mtrs

    Prometheus Hunting... Terrible group

    Bisley Hollowpoints... Hmmm, would have been better running up to the target and hitting it with the butt of the gun, in other words, terrible group
    B&C Weihrauch HW99s .22 3-9X40

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    HW80K in .22

    Crossman Accupels
    H&N FTT

    Both group well for me anyway

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    SKAN = Crossman Premier , Accupells or Powerpell

    RWS Cutlas / Scimitar = any Rws, (have tried H&N ftt, but not much better!!)
    Rem700 6.5 Creedmoor XLR Envy - Rem700 .223 XLR Element
    CZ527 .17 Hornet AICS - Anschutz 1417 .22lr

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    Venom Sidewinder (Longbow) .177, Webley/Venom Lazadomes
    FWB 124 .177, Accuppels, Webley Mosquitos

    atvb Richard

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    Pellets

    think its a dame great idea if you are a newbie also save

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