Item Code: AV.9mm/.358/RB [PY-P-1050]
|Caliber||9mm / 0.357"|
|Ammo Type||Round Balls|
Things I liked: The ones without remaining flashing were very consistent at .356" and shot very well out of a custom airgun using 9mm barrel liner.
Things I would have changed: Cleaner balls. Many had remaining flashing or flat spots.
What others should know: For the money, I got 177 count of the 200 in fantastic shape. Tossed the messed up balls into the scrap lead bin.
Things I liked: Cheapest thing to shoot out of my Evanix
Things I would have changed: About 30 of the 200 had a lot of flashing left on them
What others should know: Worth the money to plink with but would not use for hunting
Things I liked: Disappointed. Balls not very round. Pronounced flat spot on every one. Tried in .35 Carnivore and although they fit well in the magazine, they were so tight in breech, I was worried I was not going to be able to close the bolt to shoot the rifle. Finally forced it closed but won't load another. Diameters vary more than they should.
Things I would have changed: A lot. More uniformity is needed.
What others should know: If you're thinking about trying them in your Carnivore - DON'T!!
Can I shoot these with my Crosman .380 cal trapmaster 1100? Would I wrap the ball in a bit of cloth and load it into the pklastic shot shell? I was told that .375 cal balls was the ideal roundball to use but steel slingshot ammo that is 3/8" is the only ammo i've found here ...maybe i will have to settle on steel slingshot ammo.
Are these balls .358 caliber? They claim .358 in description, yet one reviewer said that "they need to make them in .358". So, what is the actual caliber of this ball? Thanks, AGW.
They are a nominal .358 / 9mm size.