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Item Code: AA-PFH74.52 [PY-P-713]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||4.52 mm|
Things I liked: Accuracy and consistency. After years of trying to find the perfect pellet I have settled on the Air Arms 10.3 177 pellets. They are clean and a very consistent weight from pellet to pellet in any given tin.I very rarely weigh these pellets any more. Most importantly they are accurate. Every competition rifle I own shoots these pellets well.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Not only are they a great pellet, they are the bargain of the premium pellets.
Things I liked: The Air Arms 10.34 grain .177 pellet has become my "go to" pellet. Have a stock Diana 34 that never would group consistently until I tried this heavier pellet. Now I achieve consistent groupings at 30 yards. My Walther LGU also prefers this pellet.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: One of tins I purchased was slightly dented; not sure how-the packaging showed no damage- to Pyramyd's credit I reported that about 1/4 of the 500 pellets showed some type of damage and they sent a another whole tin. Thanks-that is great customer service.
Things I liked: Best grade pellets available in my opinion. No defects noted.
Things I would have changed: Change to a screw on lid.
What others should know: JSB pellets are very good pellets, but when I switched to Air Arms the fliers were eliminated. I shoot a BSA Scorpion SE, and 50 yard sub half inch groups are now common. The discussion over which brand is better may continue, but I will be shooting these AA 10.3 grain pellets.
Will these work well in the Daisy 880?
Yes these will work . I normally use the crosman 10.5 grain in my 880 but these should work fine to. Only thing pellets are hard to load in the 880's if they are to long (in my experience only) .
Are the air arms and Falcon pellets on order. Are they still being made?
Yes, they are on order