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Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby Daystate Admin » 08 Jan 2013, 20:38

Whats your favourite pellet for your daystate and why ?
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby woodcutuk » 02 May 2013, 11:25

Both - Daystate range-master Li and the JSB Exact Diabolo both shoot very well in my Mk4 but I find that the JSB Exact Diabolo tend not to fit in the Daystate magazine as good as the Daystate Range-master Li

So in preference I shoot the Daystate

although at some point I want to try Webley Accupell
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby Daystate Admin » 02 May 2013, 18:55

Ive found with my Daystate air ranger that Field Target Trophy is what suits the rifle

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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby woodcutuk » 03 May 2013, 17:13

One of our shooters t our range has recommended - RWS Super Field, they look a very good clean pellet so I have bought some to try out.
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby Daystate Admin » 03 May 2013, 18:53

let use know how the RWS Super Field work out
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby audi swift » 21 Oct 2013, 21:01

jsb exacts but I have to find a nice batch number when I use my wolf mct or mk4iS, however my regal & mk1 huntsman ( 1986 ) model is not to pellet fussy at all.
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby airwolf1 » 21 Oct 2013, 22:13

For me: Bisley magnums in my .22 FAC Airwolf
AA Diablo Field in my .177 X2
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby Rob » 22 Oct 2013, 07:48

I have an Air Ranger currently set to 30ftlb and fine Magnums a bit loopy. I use Daystate Rangemaster when I can get hold or Air Arms/JSB Field Plus. I prefer the flatter trajectory offered.
If I have an opinion it is because I have researched it or due to life experience. It might not be the same as yours but have you done the above?
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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby salop sniper » 22 Oct 2013, 15:32

Guys can you also list the head sizes your rifles prefer in your rifles.

I seem to be be on a continuous quest for the perfect pellet. So far my .22 FAC Huntsman does well with JSB exacts in 5.52.
Its my .177 MK4 that I am searching for. The short list currently is: Brocock Super Diablo`s, Daystate Soverign`s, H&N Baracuda 4.52.

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Re: Whats your favourite pellet for daystate

Postby airwolf1 » 22 Oct 2013, 18:22

The Bisley magnums in my .22 FAC are 5.50, as for in my .177 X2 they are 4.52. But in fairness I haven't tested a lot of pellets in the X2, I use the AA field as they are usually a safe bet.

I have tried loads in the .22 FAC Wolf, I found Bis mags to be marginally better than AA field heavy at the longer ranges in my rifle. Set at 30ftlb the Bisley mags are too loopy ( as Rob said) and I use/prefer AA field heavy 18gr.
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