Written on: 11/12/2006 by Druid 66 (6 reviews written)
I have owned AA TDR, AA S4.10, & AA S200
Also BSA Hornet and a Weihrauch HW77K.
I only buy top quality pellets. inc AA Field, Crossman Accupels, RWS Superdome, Hollowpoints or R10 wadcutters.
Without doubt the best pellet `by a country mile` for the Air Arms Air-Rifles are.............. "Guess?" ............Correct!!!......................No great surprises there then.
After all if a company like Air Arms have spent millions perfecting their Top Selling & Superb Rifles they`re hardly... (read more)
Written on: 08/09/2006 by fishe21917 (4 reviews written)
Well these Air Arms Field .22's are the best pellets I have ever tried and trust me I've gone through absolutely everything. I've tried the vast majority of round head pellets and these definitely come up trumps for me.
Very very accurate and with my Air Arms s410 and scope I managed 6 shots in a row through a pellet sized hole at 35 yards (using a bi-pod)! I couldn't believe my eyes!
I recommend these pellets to anyone, especially those with Air Arms rifles as they seem to be a great... (read more)
Written on: 09/05/2006 by gtittley (1 review written)
The Air Arms Field work superbly in my .22 AA S200.
Most accurate pellet I have tried, superb tight groups... previously preferred Accupells. (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2006 by BomBom101 (1 review written)
I got some Air Arms Field .22 for free with my new Logun Solo (PLEASE READ MY REVIEW) and was offered if I wanted my gun to be zeroed in with them but then that would take the fun out of it lol.
Well I had my rifle fully charged and went out to see how good they did and they still never seize to amaze me with their performance. groupings of the size of 5p at 30 yards and a number of rabbits claimed with them.
Anyway, weighing at 16 grains makes them perfectly ideal for 12 ft lbs rifle and... (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2005 by Justice01 (2 reviews written)
I was given Air Arms Field .22 when I had my Air Arm S410 from the gun shop what a load of rubish thay are ony 1 in every 10 were not damaged or out of shap. I dont know if thay were a BAD BATCH but I will not be trying them again.
Any way of the 1's that I found to be of any good thay are a good hitting and sound shape but as there was so many bad slugs it was very hard to try and zero the scope and had to get some other brand of pellets
Like I say it may have been a bad tin. (read more)
Written on: 28/08/2005 by deadeyedick (24 reviews written)
I bought these pellets after being recomended them by a shooting friend. I got them as a part of my 10 shot mag (see my review). I loaded them up with ease. and started firing. I was achieving 1cm groups as 20 yards with a rest.
I shot a squirrel with them. It was a lung shot because it twiched when it heard the mussle crack of my S200 ( now sorted by my Mk2 silencer, read my review).
It died after it jumped up the tree and then jumped off again. A good clean kill.
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