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Field .177 4.52, 8.44g, Dome 500ct

Field .177 4.52, 8.44g, Dome 500ct
 
(1 reviews)  
$12.99
SKU AA-Diabolo Field .177 4.52
Manufacturer Air Arms
Our price $12.99
 
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Round Nose .177 Pellets



The Air Arms Field .177 caliber is one of the most popular additions to our air rifle pellet line-up and is definitely a winner. It ranks right up there with the Crosman Premier and Beeman FTS as potential field target pellets. The round headed design makes the pellet stable and aerodynamic at longer distances. Shooters interested in finding a pellet which groups well with a particular airgun should be sure not to overlook testing this pellet. Head size 4.52

 

Caliber
Weight
Quantity
Head Type
.177
8.44 gr.
500
Round Nose

 

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(1 reviews)  



1 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
John Klein
Jul 10, 2017
This customer purchased the item at our site.
Exceptional service and great advice lead me to Craig and this pellet. The tins come with one foam liner in the lid and the one I have shot through had no deformed pellets in it. I am not at a level of measuring and weighing pellets at this point, however, I do single load into the breech and each pellet has the same feel and none have been over tight or the opposite – loose. Each engages the rifling and inserts with the same predictable mannerisms. I have had some JSB’s in the past that varied so much within the same tin that I felt like I should have received several different tins. The results on target were as expected. The results with these Air Arms pellets have been tremendous from my TM 1000. Every pellet going were I aim each time I pull the trigger. I have not been disappointed by the quality control and it is obvious to me that they are sorted well at the factory before going into the tin. Nice tight groups and consistent FT performance. Equally at home on paper or on the range knocking down FTs.

Advantages: Consistent shot to shot performance. Clean pellets inside the tin and leaving little residue on the fingers. No damaged pellet skirts or deformed heads. Steady goes the trigger pull and aim and on target goes the pellet.

Disadvantages: Availability of the 4.52 head size. Hard to think of any other disadvantages. No screw on lid – just use one from a big box store brand pellet and relabel the tin.