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    Default DAYSTATE Field Target PELLETS 4.53

    ANY BODY USING THESE
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    Nope but everybody is looking for 4.53 pellets. Well maybe not everybody but I am
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    I've used them in my MFR where they were very accurate. I am now testing them in my EV2 and they seem to be as accurate as the Daystate FT 4.52.

    You can also get the JSB Exacts 4.53.

    Mario
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    Never seen them for sale in SA.

    You going to be bringing them in regularly Breyt?

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    Good question Avion !
    Would hate to find out that my Pro-T loves them and then battle to get stock !
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    Regularly is the operative word here- doesn?t help you find out they work and you only have 2 tins, never to see them again. Would love to try them.
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    Had the same problem with my Gamo. Found it liked JSB's and Bisley Pest controls. Bought once - never to be seen again. Two years late found a place stocking a couple of tins of JSB's.
    We need could do with a wider product range that's in stock.

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    I've got the Daystates, Pro-T didn't like the 4.52s, hope it loves the 4.53, especially at that price !
    If it does I will buy them in packs of 10 !
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    How much did you pay neilg? Is TS gonna start bringing them in regularly?

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    Was something like R 70, and yes, it will come in but based on demand ofcourse.
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    Got a tin this weekend and going to test it today.
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    Except you left them at home!!!!

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    I was sooooo p'd off.
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    Tested them yesterday and my rifle doesn't like them that much, best group was 27mm. Strange thing happend yesterday, my grouping with H&N Baracuda match (4.52) went from the normal 15mm to 50mm at 50 meter. AA fields (4.52) came out tops at 12mm.
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    I am having a very similar problem with my CZ. The reason I have said nothing is because I shoot so badly. However, I am also starting to think that it may be caused by the change in weather.

    Cold air is heavier than hot air and therefore as the temperature drops so the volume of air increases. This would in turn increase the friction on the pellet and change the POI. Also the o-rings may be less pliable and therefore not sealing as efficiently. The reason I say this is because the first few shots even worse than me and then after 3 or 4 rounds they begin to group fairly well.

    But this is just my thoughts

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