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Air Arms Field .25 Cal, 25.4 Grains, Domed, 350ct

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PY-P-1065

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  • .25 caliber
  • 25.4 grains
  • Domed
  • 350ct

Domed pellets are among the most accurate, especially if you're shooting at distances greater than 10 yards. These will do a good job of staying on target if you shoot at spinners, paper targets or shoot field target.


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Item Code: AA-PF2635 [PY-P-1065]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight25.4gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity350

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By Gilbert from USA on 2019-04-13
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Things I liked: Price and value of the product.

Things I would have changed: Nothing needs to be changed as the product is an excellent one as is.

What others should know: These pellets have the same quality of the JSB Match brand.

 

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By Scott from USA on 2019-04-02
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Things I liked: Everything, my Hatsan Flashpup loves these things, I do believe a little better than the JSB's. I like to shoot offhand quite a bit for practice, I started hitting things I wasn't hitting with the JSB's. We have the pig and ram (Air Venturi targets) hanging off a string in a tree, I've missed 'em both every time I've tried at 40 yards. I put these pellets in and the first shot, "TING" and the ram started swinging, next shot, "PING", hit the pig right in the pork chop. I got me a dollar bag of army men from the store, great little targets to practice with, over a hundred for a buck and I can pop 'em all day long at 75 yards, moving them out to 100 yards next time. Haven't tested them in the At44 yet, but I am completely hooked on these for the Flashpup. I ran some through my buddy's .25 cal gauntlet, it loved them better than the JSB's by a long shot in that barrel.

Things I would have changed: Screw on lid, a lower price is always better on anything so throw that in there. I wouldn't change anything about 25.4 gr the pellets themselves, maybe heavier pellets for longer range power like a 34 gr.

What others should know: If you're using JSB 25.39 gr. give these a shot, they are a couple of bucks cheaper and made in the same factory from what I understand, just different dies. No matter where they're made, these are about the same as the JSB's, I believe the head size is a touch different, no matter, these run head to head with JSB's all day. Don't order many though, ya'll keep PA outta stock and I'll never get any.

 

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By Adam from USA on 2019-02-05
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Things I liked: Very similar to the JSB's

Things I would have changed: Clean them up a bit, eliminate the seams

What others should know: Shoot well, they seem to be JSB seconds

 

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  • larry from USA asked:

    Whats the difference between the jsb and these pellets?

    • Mark from USA:

      Air Arms pellets are made by JSB. The AA pellets have their own dies. They are different than the equivalent JSB pellet.

  • Steven from USA asked:

    which pellet holder would best fit the length of this round?

    • Lionel J from USA asked:

      Does JSB make these pellets?

      • William from USA:

        JSB produces these pellets from dies reserved for AirArms.

      • Craig from USA:

        Not according to AA

      • Cory from USA:

        Yes, they do.

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