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Item Code: BN-45177 [PY-P-448]
|Head Size||4.50 mm|
|Skirt Diameter||4.75 mm|
Things I liked: The pellets were all formed well. They look awesome, just wish they shot out of my gun.
Things I would have changed: The tin is horrible! once you take the tape off the lid it just falls off. Great company, great product, horrible container.
What others should know: They would not group in my Stoeger x20s at any distance.
Things I liked: This pellet at 7.10 grains is one of the lightest lead pellets I have, it is a hollow point. It proved to be pretty accurate with high velocity. Good price for 300.
Things I would have changed: No, it has its place in my collection. I use it mostly for target practice.
What others should know: I shot this pellet thru four different .177 break-barrel rifles for this review. I shot this pellet outdoors in 55 degree weather over my Competition Electronics Digital Prochrono at a 2" Bichwood-Casey target that was placed on a 12"x18" box, 70' away. I shot a string of five pellets from each air rifle. The Ruger Air Magnum averaged 1201 fps with a high of 1222 fps and a low of 1184 fps. The Gamo Big Cat 1250 averaged 933 fps with a high of 953 fps with a low of 924 fps. The Gamo Hunter "220" averaged 895 fps with a high of 905 fps and a low of 888 fps. The Beeman RS2 Silver Kodiak averaged 954 fps with a high of 959 fps and a low of 948 fps. Scope adjustments were made for accuracy on each air rifle by shooting five pellets to set the scope. The Beeman shot/hit all around the two inch target, did manage to hit the bullseye once. Pellets that missed were no more than in inch. I would buy this pellet again for my medium powered air rifles.
Things I liked: one of my all time favorites, flys quick and straight, great for small varmit like birds and small squirrels
Things I would have changed: I noticed the amount has changed from 500 to 300, but the price is the same, the sly way of a price increase