Originally Posted by C.Eaton
If it's any help when I was at the Air Arms Company earlier in the year I asked about their pellets as I have found they are better made and more consistent than Exacts even though made at the same facility.
Claire said that they have their own dies and specify the material for their pellets and this how they guarantee consistency.
Do AA offer a guarantee with their pellets? I always assumed that if I tried a batch of pellets and they weren't consistent I was just out of luck. I'll try sending them back to AA for a refund now then.
Has anyone done this already?