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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By William from USA on 2010-10-28 11:47:22Things I liked:accuracy, screw lid, down range performance
Things I would have changed:Maybe more for the money?
What others should know:I use them in a Crosman NP Titan, and they shoot the best out of 4 other brands tried; am getting .75" groups at 50 yards, and they really hit with authority. I have always had good sucess with Gamo Ammo. Am looking forward to see what they will do on small game at extended ranges.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Amber from USA on 2011-06-11 14:30:04Things I liked:I Killed A Bird.. It's Dead. But the chance of hiting the kill spot every time and not wounding the prey is highly unlikly. My Mrod .25 can almost punch one hole groups at 50 yds with several pellet and even keep a 1 inch with hollow points. These pellets are Erradic at best 6 inch pattern at 50 yards. They are the lighest pellet I shoot but for some odd reason they drop 3 plus inches at 50 yards. They look cool. they seperate well when I shoot a full water bottel. In the end I have three full tins I orderd and unless I'm being attacked by Zombie unicorns. I'll still have them.
Things I would have changed:Gamo.... These pellets regularly have unfinishe seems with lead hanging off the pellet. If this is Gamo Quality. I don't want it
What others should know:The bird I got was 10 fett away. So MAYBE??? they are useful at that short of a range but that no fun. I'd say maybe for the younger shooter but at the same time I want to Teach my kid what I feel Is right. One Shot One Kill. Key word Humane.. So I'd rather see my kid shooting a stock round nose that your sure if you do your part it will do it's job.