Written on: 24/04/2014 by Lilah125 (1 review written)
Ive been shooting over 30 yrs and ive had every gun on the market as well as all the best pellets out there ide only ever go for the top brands for quality.ive just bought a new hw100 t in .20 cal theres only about 6 brands of pellets available in this caliber ide tried h& n ftt jsbexact, baracuda, crossman prems,and thought i was running out of options when i remembered about these bisley superfields well it took me 5 pellets to zero then i put 28 pellets through the same hole at 37 yds… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2014 by Holy_Smoke (1 review written)
I chose these initially on the basis of their unique design, but they also happen to be the most accurate in my .177 Weihrauch HW97k. The semi hollow point semi wadcutter design gives better impact than a standard dome shape and also remarkable accuracy and flat trajectory out to 40 yards. They out shoot H&N Baracuda Hunters in my rifle, but no surprise there really, as they are made in Germany by H&N for John Rothery. All air rifle shooters should try these at least once as there is nothing… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2009 by swiftowner (2 reviews written)
The Bisley Superfield is a really accurate pellet not a bad price when bought in bulk
really good all round pellet for hunting and targets
worth every pellet
no over sized or damaged pellets
reasonably priced… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
There's nothing special about these pellets, nor is there anything wrong with them.
They fit nice and tightly into my Webley Longbow and give consistent groups at mid range distances ...
Recommended… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2006 by carlos777uk (22 reviews written)
Expensive but worth every penny.
In testing these pellets I sighted up at 27.5yds (25m) at a regular Bisley paper target. I was seeing the difference between a quality pellet Bisley Super Field and the SMK Spitfires and whether it made any difference.
From the 4 Spitfire pellets that actually hit a score (2 missed rather unbelievably) they were 1,2,3 and 3. Compared to the Bisley's grouping of 4,4,5 and 5 (5 is bullseye).
Now, I'm not the best shooter in the world but shot from a standing… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2005 by billster43 (1 review written)
I use an Airarms S410 Rifle and can say with authority these Bisley Superfield are the best pellets I have put through it. The pellets come in a tin of 200 and are clean well formed and rarely damaged. I find at thirty to forty meters I can shoot an inch and a half group with no flyers. My kill ratio is nearly 100% I find the penetration fantastic for all quarry. The only downside is the amount of pellets you get in a tin it would be nice if a 500 packet was available and also if the lid stayed… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2004 by willsy2212 (3 reviews written)
I been experimenting with many different pellets in my Weirhauch over the years and before I start my review I must say that it is AMAZING how differently pellets preform in air guns. It really is worth trying a few different brands in your airgun before deciding on what works best for you. I do this by firing at a two pence sized circle mounted on a piece of inch thick plywood (half inch for non FAC guns)at 40 yrds. I then fire 8 rounds with each type of pellet and see how… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2004 by adamcort (2 reviews written)
Have had an Air Arms S200 for a few years now and have got the best results by far with Bisley Superfield.
As 'thumper' said in his review, they cost about £3 for 200, but unlike other brands of pellets I have used I barely get any misformed or damaged pellets in a tin.
Previously I was getting about 30-60 damaged pellets per tin when I was using Air Arms Field (yes thats 10% of a tin), and although I believed I had found the perfect pellet for my rifle, I was to be shocked at the results… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2003 by thumper (19 reviews written)
I found these Bisley Superfield pellets to be up there with the crosman range of pellets for consistency of accuracy. They come in tins of 200 costing about £3.00, what I like about them is that none of them are ever damaged, well only a few out of the load of tins I have used, I have took a variety of quarry with these pellets, they are basically a dome head, but they are different in that they have a very small dimple on the head which creates a cushion of air for them to fly on this is a… Read Full Review
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