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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By David from USA on 2009-05-24 19:12:41Things I liked:Very uniform and consistant. These group as good or better than some of the $20 pellets.Can't beat the price!!!
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Nothing fancy. Just a great inexpensive general purpose pellet, period! Pellet snobs don't like them because they are a Gamo probuct, but all in all ,a great pellet. I have seen many a bent skirts in $20 tins of pellets and that just happens sometimes. These are kinda light so supermagnum guns may not shoot them too well. Use these pellets for their intended purpose ,informal target shooting,plinking and pest control and you will be quit satisfied.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Jason from USA on 2013-05-09 23:33:23Things I liked:Made of lead. Useful for maximizing the weight of my son's pinewood derby car.
Things I would have changed:I couldn't figure out why they were shooting so poorly until I measured them. Head diameter variation was a staggering 0.23mm! Typical head sizes were only 5.46mm, with a high of 5.59mm and a low of 5.36mm. To give it an approximate timeframe, my tins were purchased in December 2012. Brandishing them as "Match" pellets is borderline false advertising at worst and disingenuous at best.
What others should know:Quality control with Gamo's pellets seems very hit or miss recently. We had good luck with the Gamo Rockets in .177 cal in my son's rifle. The heads are a consistent diameter. Also have read good things about the Red Fire pellets.
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