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Written on: 10/11/2013
I have used several top recommended pellets in my Air Arms S400, but they were inconsistent so by chance I tried Webley Lazerdomes found them very fast, hard hitting, and extremely accurate every shot. Haven't tried Air Arms own pellets (after Lazerdomes I stopped looking!) but they look very similar… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2011 by verminhunter (3 reviews written)
well where do i begin,
in my webley ags value max air rifle 11.4 ft/lb the webley accupell pellets were absolutely terrible for accuracy, the blasted through bits of wood an stuff lik tht well but they were not accurate, this is in .22,
now i would give them a 4 star rating in my 65 year old bsa cadet .177 air rifle that i use for the garden because it has lost a lot of power an is quiet, i get groupings with them in .177 of about half an inch end to end, all of the holes are joined together… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2010 by ron smiffy (1 review written)
i use aa diabolo field in my hw95 but tonight a friend gave me around 15 lazadomes to try 25 meters away blasted the bullseye be using them in the future… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2010
Ive got a new .177 rifle & the RWSW fields were sitting a bit proud of the breech so I was told to use accupells , the local gunsmith had no accupells in .177 but said the webley lazadomes were very similiar and a great pellet - so I picked up 500 .
Well you may say this is BS I cant get around it myself yet - ive got a home made pellet trap - its basically an old industrial microwave oven steel case with a homemade ballistic curtain to stop the pellets made up of 2 layers of carpet and 6… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2009 by benwaites (1 review written)
Webley Lazadome - everyone claims cost to be a bad point, £4.99 for a tin of 250 is very reasonable considering what they capable of, these pellets top my chart for accuracy, consistency, performance and stopping power, if your looking for the pellet for that is up for the vermin work these should be your next purchase, i can safely say that my future shooting will involve these pellets for any work 10m plus, excellent product, increase your bag tally today and purchase a tin you will be… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2006 by E Jackson (11 reviews written)
When I got these I'd just been using Hustler Stikes Pointed .117's and I knew straight away that these were different.
They sounded different to the Hustlers because they were very silent hunting pellets.
When you fire one of these powerhouses you'll notice they are quite loud and give more recoil.
It'll take a few days to get used to it but before soon you'll master them… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2005 by arrows180 (18 reviews written)
These Webley Lazadome .22 pellets fit in perfectly between the normal weighted pellets of 14g and the magnums at 20g. At 16g the have all the hitting power of the magnum but still retain the accuracy of the lighter pellets. They are ready lubed and very well made to a high and consistant standard. £5.99 for 500 of the finest quality pellets on the market. Try some you wont regret it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/09/2005 by deadeyedick (24 reviews written)
Webley Lazadome pellets are simply awsome. I use them for my S200. FABULOUSE. Claimed a pigeon straight after I sighted in my gun which only took 5 shots thanks to the consistancy of the pellet, me and my gun. pigeon was paralysed by a single shot in between the shoulder blades… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2005 by Sub Sea Sniper (8 reviews written)
Webley Lazadome have got to be the pellets on the market. I have tried loads of different pellets from RWS H-Points to Eley Wasps to Crossman Accupells but I keep coming back to Webley Lazadomes.
They are domed pellets with a fairly long, flared skirt. Inside the skirt is a large flat area, rather like an Accupell. This makes them easier to see when fired from a gun with a lamp fitted.
I particularly like the finish of these pellets, very smooth, no ridges or indentations in the skirts. As… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2004 by Fireball Sailor (4 reviews written)
Fired through a BSA Lightning, they are very accurate. They are very stable in flight, and, dure to their heavy weight (16 grains in .22) they are not affected by wind. A great domed pellet, good for all types of hunting. They cost £2.50 for 250, which some may say is a bit pricy, but they are worth every penny. You get quite a few more than 250, and there are no deformed pellets. They come ready lubed, so no more dieseling with lube in the backs of pellets… Read Full Review
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