BSA arrow headed pellets or any really pal, yeh any should be fine as it's is an old rifle but with tried and trusted guts even though I ain't a fan of it's cocking lever.
Cheers mate - I'll try them and see how it goes.
I've got a BSA Supersport and have had great results from JSB Hades Diabolo. I've also just acquired an AirArms S510 Ultimate Sporter (PCP) and this seems to love these pellets as well.
Best bet is to buy a half a dozen sample tins and see which works best.
Thank you very much, I'll get a sample tin and try them. Cheers, Doug,
G.Sellars is right, they are very good pellets, sorry I was just thinking with it being old some medium priced but decent quality would suffice but yes the Hades are good.
Maybe purchase a 15 tub mic from VA, I did and then you got all those to find which suits best. You gert Hades, Poly preds, Metal preds, H&N field, Jumbo's, all good rounds or pellets I should say.
Here what you get, hang on they in my bag...
I found them to be very helpful and nice to have the option of trying many different pellets. Also I used my phone 'inphone' app 'Measure' and it's great to set the distance on your scope as you just press start on phone camera at your seat or 'lay up position' and just walk to your target keeping camera pointing to ground and it measures the distance without digging out the big old leather spool from garage or shed.
P.S.I've heard of a 'stand alone' chrono app for IPhone although how that would work without a 'hardware' stand gap I don't know as the 'software' can only use the camera and I'm sure it cannot pick up such speeds.
All that being said I have found those BSA arrow heads at the back there to be very good and cheap or maybe I'm getting mixed up as there's only 250 in the tin but I'm snapping 3mm strands of grass and twigs from 25 yards with them! When I zero'd it in I thought something had happened as I couldn't see where my pellet was going, it was because it was going in the same hole!
Thanks very much. Good advice and I'm certainly have a go with them and try the mixed bag as well. Much appreciated. Cheers. Doug