Written on: 21/03/2013 by casperdog
tried these in my airarms s410 all ok up to 25 yrds after that forget it.all over the place.at first i thought it was my gun?tried aa fields great loads better hit harder/they hit were you piont the gun.wouldnt use rws for hunting they fly all over ther place..rws after 25 yrds 2 mill dot drop off??.only good side is ther £3.00 cheaper a tin than aa. (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2013
My wife bought these for me, totally by accident. An airgun site had recommended Milbro Caledonians for my recently acquired 1961 Mk 3 Webley.22. But the shop didn't have them in, so sold her these. 'Think he'll be impressed' said the salesman. Having started shooting again seriously recently I have been using cheap SMK pellets - at the plinking 20 yard range there seemed no point in spending £3 a can more. First I tried them the RWS in my BSA GoldStar with scope,, then the Mk 3 Webley... (read more)
Written on: 24/02/2013 by DannyHornet
These babies were the first pellets I tried in my Hornet .22 , went down the gun range and I was hitting everything once my scope was zeroed in, it was very windy and cold but these pellets didnt really care about that they just cracked on with it. Highly accurate and powerful too, my guns reading was 11.5 (really happy). I thought it was going to be a nightmare trying to find the right pellet and brand because there are so many to chose from but I really like these and for the price can't... (read more)
Written on: 24/05/2011 by Kimm742 (56 reviews written)
Can the boys at RWS do no wrong?
Elsewhere on these pages I have sung the praises of their medium- range Super H-points and longer-range Superpoints, and now it is the turn of their humble domed head pellet.
As is typical of RWS there are no gimmicks; no space-age materials or technology, no steel/tungsten/depleted uranium, just a plain and simple lead pellet made to a sound basic design with top-quality manufacture. Consistency (between pellets and across a batch) is very good.
As with the... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2011 by bellasbabe (3 reviews written)
rws superdome .22 calibre field line pellets are by far the best most hard hitting and accurate airifle pellet ive ever used, totally hooked wouldnt waste time nor my hard earned cash on anything else a truly awesome pellet .the only criticism is not the pellet but the loose push on lid you get with the tin. pellets can spill out all over the place.i wish i had known that tin was not screw on before i bought them otherwise i would have kept my old screw on tin and lid from my eley wasps,... (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2011 by mattycons59 (7 reviews written)
I've been air rifle shooting for some time now and I have tried alot of different types of pellet in various shapes and weights and the Superdome is by far and away the best pellet so far. Not only does it look extremely well made, out of all the tins I've gone through (about 11 in total) I don't remember ever finding any deformed or damaged pellets! Some of the cheaper branded pellets not only look as if they've been chewed but are also a lot less accurate. Not so with the RWS Superdome.... (read more)
Written on: 08/09/2010 by dbas (3 reviews written)
The best iv,e used so far. I have an smk db4 underlever, and these can kil rabbits at over 30 yrds instantly and cleanly. I even popped the eye out of one. They look quality and for the money you can,t go wrong. Nice and accurate as well. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2010
I, have used the RWS SuperDome 14.5 in a Rws 22 cal.350 mag airrifle
and have hunted & used on my trapline. to take foxes & Coyotes out
they pack a nice punch.Right in the Head and are wellmade
Trapper (read more)
Written on: 14/02/2010
I HAVE USED SUPERDOME FOR YEARS AND HAVE TRIED PELLETS AT TWICE THE PRICE OF SUPERDOME AND ALWAYS GO BACK TO THEM .I HAVE USED THEM IN LOADS OF AIR T5RIFLES AND THEY SEEM TO SUIT MOST AIRGUNS. JUST LOOKING AT THEM YOU SEE QUALITY. I RECENTLY BOUGHT A BSA R10 TRIED PELLETS COSTING 14 POUNDS A TINOK BUT NOT QUITE WHAT I WANTED TRYED AIR ARMS SAME TRYED H&N MATCH FLYERS ALL OVER WENTB BACK TO SUPERDOME SPOT ON. STICK WITH THESE AND YOOU WILL NOT GO WRONG I USE THEM FOR HUNTING AND PLINKING ,... (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2010
In a word excellent. I'm new to the sport ( recently bought a Norica Dragon Carbine ) and was given a freebee tin of .22 / 0.94g / 14.5gr / kal5.5mm (can't you tell I'm reading off the tin) and am now on my third tin. My grouping is just going off at 40ft but I think this me wobbling around rather than the pellet going astray. I think they are brill and am very reluctant to try any others. A lot of reviewers complain about the tin not having a screw lid but this is petty. The tin comes... (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2009
just bought wh97k and rws superdomed and 1shot kill 2 big rabbits head shot bout 25yards great pelets super accurate pack a killer punch i find them much more accurate than accu pell. (read more)
Written on: 17/10/2009 by FXquinton (15 reviews written)
(FX typhoon .22)
the only pellet i've tried (and i've tried alot) that is good at everything. can make half inch groups at 35yrds and is still acurate out til 50ish
extrealy good value for money and is the only pellet i would truly recommend
cheap acurate and hard hitting
tend to vary with batches but not too much to worry about (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2009
These RWS Superdome pellets are great.
I always buy them, after trying a LOT of other pellets, these have always come out on top. I love them to bits, and in my BSA Meteor they fly straight and true, every time. As I do with all my pellets, I gave them a little going-over with some Napier pellet lube. It did wonders.
These pellets are more than suitable for hunting, don't assume you need pointed pellets to hunt small game, these are perfect, they have good expansion and are more... (read more)
Written on: 11/08/2009
I have used Superdomes for years in my Rapid 7 Mk1 and now Rapid MFR, both in .22 calibre. They are accurate, cheap and effective.
I hunt rabbits, rats & pigeons at between 15 and 50 yards and find the Superdomes kill rabbits with single head shots 80% of the time and usually kill rats & pigeons 1st shot too.
Highly recommended for 12 ft/lb Theobens. (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2009
i use RWS Superdome pellets them in my AA s400. there spot on cant fault them. very accurate there the best ive tried (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2009 by tractor lad (28 reviews written)
I use mostly RWS superdome and have done for some time in my Air arms TX200 with great results, My Weihrauch HW95k however doesnt seem to like them so much. (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2009
Good groups most of the time, RWS Superdome are very fast pellets. Good pellet, odd flyer but very rare (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2009
RWS Superdome pellets. So far everything is good. Nice clean pellets that hit where there are supose to. What to try crow magnum next. (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2009 by richardsab (1 review written)
Always used these RWS Superdome pellets in the past and found them to be accurate but have just bought 2000 and found that none hit the target they were all over the place. wont buy again (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2008 by claytonmarc (5 reviews written)
Pellets hit target 9/10, recieved 2 tins free with my riffle so cant complain. Secured the lid with 2 pieces of insulation tape (one all the way over the lid and one round the tin leaving one side pealable to open tin (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2008 by A1rgunHunt4 (5 reviews written)
Good velocity, well shaped and they chrono above my other pellets. Brill pellets very light but very strong quite cheap and great velocity they work an absolute beast in my weinrauch hw77 (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2008 by Crom1971 (12 reviews written)
Grouping in my S200 rifle were awful, its a .22 and i was shooting at only 35yrd and it looked like a farmer had taken his shotgun to the target when i had finished. defo-nately do not suit my S200. (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2008
It was the only must have field target pellet in the 80's and won every world champiopnship at that time. A superb hunting pellet still. (read more)
Written on: 21/08/2008 by MPK
Accurate, very good quality, also for less power airguns. I shoot them in my weihrauch HW30s, very good multi purpose pellet, accuracy, expansion, speed, finish, everything is great even the look! (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2008
Cheap in Saudi Arabia (old stocks) I bought one caroon with 40 X 500 bullets for 115 USD (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2008
Ok pellet but its not for big animal hunting like rabbits and rats but overall ok pellet
Written on: 06/01/2008 by jazzsharman (2 reviews written)
i have only just bought a tin of 500 and because i am new to air rifle shooting the only pellets i have used b4 are the smk spitfires and the eley wasps .22 obviously i have found the superdomes to b the best as the are the most expensive i have drained this tin they are excellent field pellets and i have taken a magpie at 25 yrds with them (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2007 by OldDave (10 reviews written)
These pellets work very well in my RWS Model 34. They smack quite hard, and seem to mash down evenly.
They are fairly cheap as well, and they are available in tins of 500.
I usually shoot at a range of 30 yards or so, and these are perfect for that distance.
I will be keeping a stock of these on hand. (read more)
Written on: 29/06/2007 by Newbie00 (14 reviews written)
RWS superdomes are great general use pellets. I got mine for £3.85. The pellets are nicely polished and everyone of them looks the same. They have good quality control and you will not find any .22s lurking in the tin.
They are the most accurate pellet I have used to date. They also hit very hard and retain a lot of energy.
Only problem I can say with them is that the lid of the tin needs to be screw as it just falls off in your pocket.
Other than that they are great! (read more)
Written on: 25/06/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
RWS Superdomes are very good pellets - I would place them " right up there " with H & N Field Target Trophy and Barracuda Match.
Good groups and consistent quality throughout the tin - they work well in my BSA Supersport, I haven't had chance to use them in my Webley Longbow yet but it loves heavy pellets so I have high hopes.
Depending on the rifle you're using these pellets should work very well - not recommended for anything below 6 ft/lbs (pistols) as they're quite heavy and work best... (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2006 by Fenring (3 reviews written)
I've used several tins of the RWS Superdome pellets in .22 and my FWB Sport 127 loves them. The shoot excellent groups for me, give top velocity and make a nice SMACK when they hit. I've yet to see one single deformed pellet. UI only wish they had a more rounded dome, they are a little flat for large, tough birds. I pay $8.50 Australain for 500 .22's, which is only about $2 more than I pay for rubbish pellets, and about half what Beeman pellets are worth. These are simply excellent. (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2005 by Thorr (6 reviews written)
RWS Superdome pellets:
I have tried as many different pellets as I could get my hand on. And I have used them for as many reasons. My opinion is for knockdown power, speed, accuracy,and working in pellet fussy guns, superdomes are...super. I have bought about 10 tins of 500 now, and I havent found I pellet out of shape. As far as hunting I found crows to go down quicker with superdomes than with Beeman crowmagnums. It may be the superior speed. (read more)
Written on: 17/12/2004 by Teeb (9 reviews written)
The RWS superdomes are an excellent all round pellet that is suitable for most guns. From spring to pre-carged and all aplications from hunting to FT. They produce consistant pellet on pellet groupings with hard hitting power at any range and will most likely out perform the shooter. The pellets are well formed and reasonably priced at around £5 for a 500 count tin. (read more)