Written on: 12/12/2008 by DavidCSmith (1 review written)
I bought a tin of these in 5.52, along with Bisley Magnums when I first got my Daystate X2 0.22. A pure chance that I got them - its' what the shop had in stock.
i then bought a Pellpax selection set (32 different types of pellets, 10 of each) with a view to finding the best for my gun.
I found anything not dome head doesn't load into the magazine very well and some positively jammed or failed to load into the breech at all. I think it's the O Ring retainer in the magazine that's the... (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2008 by matadoor (1 review written)
After months and a lot of expence i was pleased to find these were a spot on slug in all of my guns, great out to 50 yards plus! These pellets are very good in all sorts of guns! They could be a bit cheaper though (read more)
Written on: 09/10/2008 by Crom1971 (12 reviews written)
I have an Air Arms S200 and i tried at minimum a dozen different brands of pellet, so i bought these at 5.51 size and they are amazing. if you own an S200 try these they are the best i have tried. (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2008 by BIGHUTCHIE
good pellet i have killed rats, rabbits and pheasant (read more)
Written on: 26/10/2007 by Steve22calibre (9 reviews written)
Can I preface matters with the obvious. No 2 guns are the same & what works well in mine may not work so well with yours. However, I commend to you both the Air Arms Field & Hunter pellets & recommend you give them a try.
Most of you will have tried or at least be familiar with the Crosman Accupel & I will refer to them for comparative purposes, because if ever there was an industry standard for weight, shape, consistency & a compatibility to work well in most guns, the Accupel is it.... (read more)
Written on: 01/09/2007 by saintlysimon (15 reviews written)
Having tried many different pellets, probably over 10 different brands, and put all different brands through the same target grouping checking before hunting vermin, these pellets are always my choice time after time.
I would advise anyone to add some power pell pellet lube, it seems to just add to the overall effect.
I use an AirArms 400 and 410 as my choice weapons. (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2007 by a1gunner (8 reviews written)
Good all round pellet.
I have an Air Arms s410 and no pellet works better in the magazine. They can hit drawing pins at 30 yards no problem so you can bet all your money they are accurate.
They deform to the size of a 5 pence piece when hitting hard objects so there is less chance of them damaging or "bouncing" off objects. I use them for head shots on rabbits and are perfect for the job. I have also shot rooks/crows/magpies with them too. (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2007 by jamie Mac
Overall i find these pellets very good for head shots on rabbits (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2007 by s200 (5 reviews written)
I own a AA S200 which i found to be very pellet fussy with loading with a magazine, I've tried a lot of pellets in the past but nothing comes close to these, they are extremely well made, very very accurate, and consistent. I've taken out rabbits at 50 yards with head shots and the down range impact they make is very impressive.
All in all you will not find a better pellet that out performs all aspects of which you want out of your ammo, well recommended, happy shooting...... (read more)
Written on: 13/01/2007 by Accuracy (6 reviews written)
Until now I have used Crosman powerpells and have to say I much prefer the Air Arms.
I compared the two and the Air Arms pellets just drop into the magazine whereas I find the powerpells a bit of a tight squeeze. I fired them at 35 yards and can get the Air Arms through the same hole. I then tried to get the powerpells through the same hole and found that they hit just below the pellet hole and are less consistent.
I think that the Air Arms are definitely the best and are good value for... (read more)
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