Date: 21/10/2016 16:31

Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy .22 Cal, 21.14 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy .22 Cal, 21.14 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 21.14 grains
  • Round nose
  • 200ct

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Item Code: BN-48022 [PY-P-301]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Pellet Shape
Head Size5.50 mm
Skirt Diameter5.84 mm
Length8.71 mm

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By Steve from USA on 2016-09-10
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Things I liked: I shoot these through a Hatsan Gladius and Hatsan guns are very good about being able to shoot most pellets well. This pellet is no exception. Some can say they can hit a golf ball 100 yards. I can say that I can hit a golf ball AT 100 yards. These pellets can do that with the right gun/scope combination. I got these pretty cheap at the Pyramid Air shoot out down in Ohio. They were 5 bucks for a bent tin. Tried them out on my range. I have a golf ball that has a hole in it and a string. I hung it off of a branch on a tree and shot at it. Try hitting a swinging golf ball at 100 yards. I can do it fairly often. Nothing like a moving target! With these pellets, a pretty good swack you can hear. I also shoot the JSB Match Jumbo 18.13 grain pellets. A little less violent when I hit that golf ball but still accurate. I would put these Beemans right up there with the JSB Junbos. Of course, your mileage may vary.

Things I would have changed: Nothing. I am not a pellet engineer.

What others should know: Shooting these out of a .22 Gladius Long. Your gun may not like these. Mine did. The only way to tell if your gun will shoot these well is to shoot them to see.

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By Christophe from USA on 2016-08-17
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Things I liked: I actually bought these from Amazon, as I was not budgeted this month for my bigger ticket pellet purchase from PA (sorry, guys, my order will more than make up for my lapse in loyality), but thought it would put in a short review, as I am a big time airgunner, and have shot dozens of different types of pellets. So, here goes... Great energy down range. At the muzzle, these will deliver in your Mrod the most energy of any other pellet , in the low 800s, or right at 31 fpe, if you own a Gen 2. Downrange, at twenty-five yards, I measured the energy, passing by the chrony at 733 fps, to be right at about 25 fpe! That is more than what an Octane or an RWS 350 generate, respectively! Jaw-dropping accuracy, provided you have a good barrel. I was hitting apples, dead center, from over fifty yards, with devastating results. Squirrels out to fifty yards have no chance, head or chest shot.

Things I would have changed: Quantity! But then, these are, at least in my book, premium hunting pellets. It is as if these pellets were made for the .22 Mrod. As for other rifles, I can also say that my Octane shoots these extremely consistently, and hence accurately, generating a bit less muzzle energy than the rifles potential 24 fpe. Still, energy at twenty-five yards was still a respectable, squirrel thumping 16.5 fpe (a lose of 2.5 fpe from point of muzzle).

What others should know: In short, BUY THIS PELLET, especially if you own a .22 Mrod. My own Mrod is shooting these at a consistency and energy that no other pellet in my Mrod has even gotten close to, except for maybe the CPUM, 14.3, delivering nearly three fpe less than these bears of a pellet; "Kodiak" is right. If you do not grab for these tins as your go=to Mrod (or shorter range Umarex Octane hunting, too ) hunting pellet, where longer range accuracy and energy retention are needed and wanted, I suggest you rethink this!

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By DAN from USA on 2016-07-12
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Things I liked: I found these pellets very accurate.

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: Give them a try

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