Pellets

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by RAMBO, Aug 4, 2016.

  1. RAMBO

    RAMBO Member

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    Has anyone tried the new tins of mosquito's yet I got a sleeve delivered today a couple of tins were slightly dented but the pellets looked ok but I won't be able to try them until next week so I'm just looking for any feedback thanks.
     
  2. bullhead

    bullhead Member

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    hi mate

    very close match to the jsb or aa express they group well in one of my rifles but not the outher on. 1 hole groups at 45 yards. they seem a good pellet a little bit pricey as the jsb and aa are cheaper for the same pellet.
    not many damaged in the tin i have i will be getting 1 more tin from else were to see if the quality the same
    chris :shot:
     
  3. Kcjohandby

    Kcjohandby New Member

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    U got any pics of ur one hole groups at 45 yds
     
  4. Sake-San

    Sake-San La Vieille Alliance

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    It's the "Billy no mates" 1 shot group ;)
     
  5. killen

    killen Senior Member

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    Saw someone on YouTube scratch the Wembley label of the tin and below was a red , you guessed it, JSP label
     
  6. Lavant_Lad

    Lavant_Lad Old Git.

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    I have 7 tins left from a sleeve of 10, no damaged tins or pellet, pealed back one label no sign of any JSB label. They give excellent groups at 55y through both of my Steyr's. Bought them from BAR some while back.
     
  7. nemesis

    nemesis 55yrd standing expert, or was it 8 or 9?

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    Ive done a lot of testing with these new Mozzies. They are NOT the same unfortunately as the old Mozzies., however they group well in my new barrel but didn't in my old one.
    When i tested them in the new barrel i was very suprised with the result. I'm not going to say what i discovered for fear of others getting them on my say so and been disappointed with them.
    The down side is there not batched which I find strange.The old type Mozzies is what I've shot for the last 6yr, ive never shot 8.4s.
     
  8. Amac

    Amac Active Member

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    I have also been using them in my new Anschutz which loves 'em. They group spectacularly well for me and dont
    suffer too much from windage issues at range outside. I have noticed the latest versions appear to be coated in a lubricant. Whatever their coated in, they certainly work for me!
    Andy
     

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