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Average Customer Review4.5 (15 reviews)
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Things I liked:The price was hard to beat at $2.95 a tin (250 ct.) 0.7 gr. less than the main pellet I use.
Things I would have changed:The tin. Lid does not stay on. The tape that holds it together leaves a sticky residu. Edge of the tin is a bit sharp. Very poor tin. OK for bench use, but not for moving the tin.
What others should know:Were decently accurate in my mid '80's Crosman 664x Powermaster Model 66c. 10 shots tests were a loose dime size group. They seemed to walk around a bit, but still within a dime size.
Things I liked:Selected these pellets for CO2 pistols with plastic rotary mags. Coating keeps the pellets secure when loading and reduces friction when firing. Very accurate in my Crossman Vigilante. Also works well in the Daisy 008. Nice to have clean hands after sending a few hundred down range. Price is unreal. Did not work well in S&W MP-45 due to metal mags.
Things I would have changed:Hard to complain about a 1 cent per shot pellet that goes where it is pointed. Not fair to complain about a few per tin with size variation at this price. Have yet to try in a break barrel pistol, will be interested to see how they stack up to RWS models at a slightly higher price range.
What others should know:I prefer pointed or domed pellet shapes in multi-shot CO2 pistols. Fluted skirt models appear to function better in metal rotary mags.
Things I liked:Pellet coating reduces barrel fouling and maximizes muzzle velocity. good expansion. Very cheap. Consistent.
Things I would have changed:nothing
What others should know:These are one of the better hollowpoints currently on the pellet gun market. They're cheap, consistent, accurate, and expand well. THe coating on each pellet keeps lead fouling to a minimum, and also helps to reduce friction in the barrel; increasing muzzle energy. They tend to get pushed around by the wind as they're just above 7 grains which is very light for a lead pellet.In my Stoeger X50 they go supersonic on 40 degree days so they're not very good for accurate cold weather shooting in magnum airguns.
Compatible with Beeman .177 Cal, 7.2 Grains, Hollowpoint, Coated, 250ct
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