Gamo Round .22 Cal, 15.43 Grains, Lead Balls, 250ct

Gamo Round .22 Cal, 15.43 Grains, Lead Balls, 250ct
Review entered on 2013-09-23 16:20:09

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By josh from USA on 2013-09-23
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Things I liked: ease of loading

Things I would have changed: I would make them a few tenths larger an try to get the flat spot out of them i have wondered a few time if they were going to fall out of the other end of the barrel.. also wish I wouldn't have bought two tins

What others should know: I took a 488 page northern tool an equipment master catalog = (244 pieces of paper)An Clamped to 1" thick piece of plywood @ 6' 0" These were the only .22 cal projectile out 5 tested that only went through the paper and dented the wood the other 4 passed through the book and buried their self a half to 3/4 " into the wood so I would have to say its plinkers ball!!! and hard on a springer

Gamo Raptor .22 Cal, 9.8 Grains, PBA, Round Nose, 50ct

Gamo Raptor .22 Cal, 9.8 Grains, PBA, Round Nose, 50ct
Review entered on 2013-09-23 16:38:55

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By josh from USA on 2013-09-23
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Things I liked: they did what was advertised

Things I would have changed: I cant find them in bulk who in there right mind would want 20 plastic shaped bullet containers around just to have 500 pellets

What others should know: If you have not tried them i would have to suggest tossing that 10$ out there the fpe drops quick but if your trying to shoot a rat, The little boost fps will help atleast it will make it there before he jumps from the sound

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