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Although these are lead-free pellets, the tape that goes around the tin has warnings about the hazards of lead exposure. Be assured that the contents of the tin are, indeed, lead-free. This is just the standard tape H&N uses on all its pellet tins.
Item Code: BN-50022 [PY-P-918]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
Things I liked: Very inconsistent groups unlike the lead pellets.
Things I would have changed: nothing if you are happy with the reslts
What others should know: nope
Things I liked: EXTREMELY ACCURATE IN MY BENJAMIN TRAIL NP (COMMODITY AIRGUN), HARD HITTING FOR PEST CONTROL. 155 FPS FASTER THAN 14.7 GRAIN LEAD PELLETS (CHRONOGRAPHED).
Things I would have changed: LOWER PRICE
What others should know: IMO, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND A LIBERAL COATING WITH BRASS RELOADING CASE LUBE (e.g. HORNADY ONE-SHOT LUBE). SEEMS TO IMPROVE ACCURACY AND REDUCE BARREL FOWLING.
Things I liked: Great accuracy through a Walther Dominator, hitting rabbits and squirrels (neck and head shots) in my garden from about twenty six yards. No worries about pass-throughs contaminating my soil, which I like especially.
Things I would have changed: Still a bit pricey. With the power I have with this gun, and most 900fps guns I suspect, a polymer tipped hollow point would be nice for a clean vitals shot.
What others should know: I practice with these now out to thirty meters with good results, I average about one to two inch groups prone, and can regularly hit one inch targets from fifteen meters standing. I've tried other lead free ammo (Skenco, Gammo) they may hit harder, but they don't have the consistent accuracy of the Beeman ECO.