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Beeman Devastator, .22 Cal, 16.36 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

Beeman Devastator, .22 Cal, 16.36 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 16.36 grains
  • Pointed
  • 200 pellets

The patented design of the Beeman Devastator pellet has a hollow head and a projecting point coming out of it. Around the edge of the head are small nicks.

The nicks create an extreme mushrooming effect on impact. That forces the point to project even further. Unique but also amazingly effective! Having the qualities of both a hollowpoint and a pointed pellet, this lead projectile will be especially attractive to hunters and pest eliminators. The mushrooming hollowpoint is the first hit, but the extra penetration of the point is like a second hit on the same target.

The world's only partitioned hollowpoint pellet!

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Item Code: BN-52022 [PY-P-1009]

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Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo Type:Pellets
Suggested for:Hunting
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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

  By James from USA on 2014-10-06
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Things I liked:Expands nicely with plenty of upset at 892 fps muzzle velocity. Nicely formed and very good weight.
Things I would have changed:Like most everyone, the tin should have a screw on lid.
What others should know:I had already tried the H&N Terminator from my Benjamin Marauder Light Rifle which is built off the P-rod base product and it was fine but did not expand much at the same velocity. On a whim I decided to try the seemingly identical Beeman Devastator. The Beeman must be made from a softer lead compound because it expanded much better than the Terminator. Accuracy of bot pellets was outstanding. The terminator grouped 5 shots at 25 into .415". I have not yet put the Devastator on paper but while chronographing it the first shot hit a small branch on a bush at 30 yards behind the Chrono which was set up at 20 yards. (50 yard total.) I held to the same aim point for the next 7 shots and hit the limb each time in the same small area. The limb was about 3/4" in diameter. I have no doubt that this pellet is as accurate as the Terminator and suspect it is even better.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

  By jeff from USA on 2014-07-05
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Things I liked:I have a Benjamin titan np that shoots these pellets better than any other that I've tried. I haven't tried them all, but I've tried six different weights, and brands. I've put about five hundred of these through the gun and i'm not trying anymore. these are also the only pellet I've found that consistently loads right into my barrel.
Things I would have changed:nothing
What others should know:there are plenty of credible reviews that recommend heavier pellets, but most of the ones I've tried wont fit in the barrel without being sized first. I've also cleaned and polished my bore with "gold medallion" which is a product we all used in high power rifle matches back in the day. it works as good on this gun as it did on the big guns, the difference can actually be seen. if you don't like your groups, try this product. it worked for me.
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