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Anglo Arms pellets

Postby benthompson » Mon Aug 24, 2015 3:45 pm

I but some of these pellets in.22 for use in my Webley Spectre. What a disappointment. The look to be 'bashed about a bit' with bent skirts and some are well over size. The only redeeming factor is that they are cheap and may be usable if you have got some sizing gear.

Has anybody else tried these pellets?
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Re: Anglo Arms pellets

Postby zunmik » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:38 pm

benthompson wrote:I but some of these pellets in.22 for use in my Webley Spectre. What a disappointment. The look to be 'bashed about a bit' with bent skirts and some are well over size. The only redeeming factor is that they are cheap and may be usable if you have got some sizing gear.

Has anybody else tried these pellets?

Never heard of them but, eeek judging by your description of their damaged state i would never want to try them. mike. :shock:
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Re: Anglo Arms pellets

Postby pmh » Tue Aug 25, 2015 5:31 pm

Never heard of them either.

For a general plinking pellet I liked the Eley Wasp, but I believe these have gone downhill to the point they aren't allowed to use Eley in the name anymore.

My next choice is the RWS Superdome, though this is a 5.5mm pellet.

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