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Item Code: BN-1230 [PY-P-625]
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Things I liked: Surprising accuracy from both my M-14 and my Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 rifles.At 25 yds, my Gamo places 3 shots with the bulls eye that can be covered with a penny. My M-14 holds a decent shot group at this distance also. And the price for a tin of 500 is a great deal.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: You'll find a pellet with a deformed skirt occasionally, but I rack that up to shipping.
Things I liked: Decent. A little flashing occais. but very few bent. Graphite lube. The cheapness hides these from the real accuracy guys. Have a Win M14 that Loves these. Same basic powerplant in my Win M4 Loves these! They are all I shoot in these guns because they work best and fit nice in a new clip made for these guns
Things I would have changed: A little less flashing by the skirts. Flakes come loose when loading the clip , but they are tiny.
What others should know: use Pyrs 4 for 3 sale here. You might feel guilty for stealing. P.S. Have a 3-9 Bugbuster on the M4. I see right where I am going.
Things I liked: I bought these to shoot a rotating target system where accuracy isn't much of an issue. I find that these pellets are okay if you are shooting cans or other similar targets, but if you are shooting the N.R.A. 10 meter targets from 10 meters then they are lacking in pin point accuracy and consistency. Over all for what I bought them for they are good and you can shoot up a lot of them for very little money, so in that respect they are great.
Things I would have changed: Quality control of these pellet during manufacturing is okay but the overall design of the pellet is lacking in the area of the skirt, which is much to thin. I shoot Meisterkugeln pellets for the N.R.A. 10 meter range. Comparing the Beeman 7.2 grain coated hollowpoints to the Meisterkugeln 7.0 grain pistol wadcutter pellets leaves the Beeman's lacking in quality and overall design, thus the lower accuracy in target shooting. But when you compare the prices of the two brands there is quite a difference. So depending on what your are shooting and your expectations when doing so, the Beeman could be a good choice, as in my rotating target where precision is not a requirement.
What others should know: Great price for a fair pellet.
What are they coated with?
It's a graphite based coating.