Written on: 09/02/2012 by LKWS (1 review written)
After using superpoints and superdomes, i was looking for a good all rounder, points loosing their accuracy quickly and domes not causing enough on impact. I decided to purchase a sample pack of 10 different pellets, varying from accupell, wasp, supers and magnums.I was looking for consistancy, accuracy and impact damage. These Pellets did not dissapoint, i was using a Hatsan MOD 85x with a silencer attached, i figured this heavier pellet would slow after firing and create a dent into to block… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2011 by Kimm742 (59 reviews written)
My local gunshop were out of my usual RWS Superfield, didn't have any Superdomes either, so I thought I'd give these a try. Having got over the initial cost (ouch) I saw the little sticker on the bottom of the tin saying "5.51 mm Made in Czech Republik". Opened the tin, and was amazed. Every single pellet was absolutely perfect and flawlessly manufactured- total symmetry and not a micron of visual run-out anywhere. Quite a plain pellet, in a classic domed-head shape, and every pellet… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/07/2011 by Pupp (1 review written)
I've just bought a tin for shooting rabbits and pigeons and found they are the best pellets for my Webley Raider 10. They cost me £10:95 for a tin of 500 but they worth every penny and there the only pellet i will be using for a very long time.... 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2010 by zzA1EXzz (4 reviews written)
great high grade pellets i was using RWS Superpoint Pellets .22 and had been for a a year mainly because they were supplied at my local gun shop (fine pelits good for killing small game and bairds but lack of punch) but i like to shop around and after some research i found that AA (air arms) pellets (.22) though expencive were the best on the market and ment to be the leading pellet in the world i would thoroughly have to agree they have great accuracy and hell do they carry power (i shot my… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2010
having read other reviwers comments i bought a tin at £10.99 not cheap from the net out of 500, 109 are deformed mainly around the skirt and are totaly unusable, in short nice tin ,shame about the contents… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2010
I Recently purchased a Bsa Scorpion T-10 tactical, From The county house in newcastle!(which i must say after visiting 4 or 5 different gunshops i would not go any were else as the advice help and patience of the place and fair price is unbeatable or machable anyware else !) Any way shooting from 30 yards from inside to out with Milboro jets i was getting a 5 pence grouping, and slightly smaller with Acupells now made by webley, my mate had a hatsan at44 with the air arm, he took 10 shots… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2009 by FXquinton (15 reviews written)
The Air Arms Field .22 ALL bent out of shape. very expenive for what you get slow and inaccurate
(may have been a dud tin)… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2009
I own a HW97k 0.22, I have a lot of pellets and found that at 30+ yards, the pellets was pulling left then right, At first I thought it was the sights, I set the sights up with every pellet.
Then I came across Air arms 0.22, without a shadow of doubt the best on the market. At 30+ yards I was hitting a 5 pence piece, perfect for any 0.22 gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2009 by D Makings (2 reviews written)
I haeve a BSA T10 .22 , I tried 7 different makes but the AA Field are far and away the best , being soft they have a good impact and stopping power on rabbits , rats , crows , squirrels and pigeon. I have not found a better pellet, in fact I have stopped trying… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2009 by northwestmess (1 review written)
I purchased a bsa xl tactical springer about 9 months ago. and I was advised that the rifle loves RWS superdomes. accuracy up to 30yrds spot on! anything after that then i might as well have a shotgun, because the groupings were random at best. I put this down to my shooting and the fact the rifle is a carbine. Until at the plinking range some guy gave me a handful of air arms field, I could now start hitting spinners 40 yrds plus which is miraculous for me! So needless to say I've switched… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2008 by BIGHUTCHIE (1 review written)
good pellet i have killed rats, rabbits and pheasant… Read Full Review
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. However… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2007 by jamie Mac (1 review written)
Overall i find these pellets very good for head shots on rabbits… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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.
Deadeyedick… Read Full Review
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