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Postby Rincewind » Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:00 pm

R10 suit my Aeron B96 very well. Geco are a little bit tight in the magazine.  Don't ask me to explain why but I feel more comfortable  with the Geco in my Pardini rather than R10

R10 are also available with individually packed pellets in boxes of 200, more expensive though.

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Re: R10

Postby zunmik » Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:15 pm

Rincewind:132 wrote:R10 suit my Aeron B96 very well. Geco are a little bit tight in the magazine.  Don't ask me to explain why but I feel more comfortable  with the Geco in my Pardini rather than R10

R10 are also available with individually packed pellets in boxes of 200, more expensive though.

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I to used R10 & Geco, in my pistols i have tended to use mostly Geco as i found little difference in group sizes within my abilitiy levels. M.
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Postby pmh » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:44 pm

I use a few types:-

Geco, cheapest and most inconsistent in weight distribution.

Hobby, bit more expensive, but a Bette weight consistency. They are also a tighter fit.

R10, expensive, but very consistent in weight and performance.

I still have a few tins of Wasps, but not shot those for years.

Same with my RWS Superdomes.

Each pellet has it's place, and a gun it performs well in.

Kind regards,



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