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Earn 15 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: AV-SS002BP [PY-P-1274]
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Things I liked: Not only do these not bounce, they are heavier than steel BBs! They are soft enough to use with a rifled barrel.
Things I would have changed: Too expensive! Offer a bulk size at a serious discount.
What others should know: If you have one of the rare Marocchi SM45 HP air rifles, these are the perfect round to replace the Marocchi brand copper clad lead BBs. The Gamo plain lead BBs also work in the Marocchi, and are much less expensive. Remember, never shoot steel BBs in an SM45 HP, it will destroy the rifling in the barrel.
Things I liked: very accurate and hit hard!! function great in my winchester 1911 blowback (DAISY)...And great outa John Wayne replica revolver ...Steel plates still can have slight richocects but not like bbs like maybe couple feet?...I love them if they were cheaper id buy nothing but them....SEE CONS no steel
Things I would have changed: Not really a bad thing but keep in mind autoloaders bb gun mags have small magnets to keep them from rolling out but once its in the gun ya ok And DONT SPILL THEM CANT USE A MAGNET>>>!!!!!!!UGHHHHH HAVE GREAT DAY SHOOT SAFE
Things I liked: The work well. I like the lead core because it reduces deflections. They seem very accurate. they worked well in my revolver style bb pistols. My Webley and my colt single action seem to shoot them very accurately. They seem a bit heavy for my 1896 mauser and My Getcher APS. after about 30 shots the Mauser began to misfire. my getcher APS
Things I would have changed: nothing they hit harder and the will deform on my pellet trap backstop. some pistols might malfunction due to the heavier weight of these bb's
will these work in the ebos or will they jam.
My experience as well as many of you will know with copper coated bb's you get a cooper dust over time and as a result your mag actions and barrels can get pretty dirty from this and is why i only use zinc plated bb's. Do you know if this will occur with these excites? And if so why not produce a lead bb in a zinc plate?
i have read that shooting BBs can damage the rifling in airguns that shoot both pellets and BBs. Are these BBs different or is there still a chance of damage?
I have a daisy 880 that i have owned since the 70's and have shot many a BB through and the rifling does look a little smooth . Im guessing yes there would still be a chance ?
MY GUESS IS THAT IT WOULD BE FINE ,,,BRASS IS HARDER THAN COPPER, SO IS STEEL.....THE ISSUE WITH SHOOTING STEEL BB FROM AIRGUNS IS STEEL STEEL CONTACT MESSES UP RIFLING, BUT SINCE THESE ARE SOFTER THEY WILL CUT WHEN THEY TOUCH RIFLING INSTEAD OF WEAR DOWN THE RIFLING. IM NOT SURE THESE WILL FIT WELL IN PELLET RIFLE BARRELS DUE TO THE SIZE, THEY ARE A TINY BIT SMALLER THAN PELLETS AND MAYA ROLL OUT OF BARRELS ON MANY GUNS
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