Benjamin Cylindrical .20 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 500ct

Benjamin Cylindrical .20 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 500ct
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These pellets are not pinched at the waist, so they don't have the high air drag on their tails like diabolo pellets.

  • .20 caliber
  • 14.3 grains
  • Pointed
  • 500 pellets



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Item Code: Benjamin-P50 [PY-P-161]

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Caliber0.20" (5.0mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight14.3gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity500

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By roger from USA on 2015-01-24
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Things I liked: shoot great in my silver streak.

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: these are good pellets for your sheridan rifles.

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By Forrest from USA on 2015-01-06
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Things I liked: I have 22 Air Guns, 20 are Pump guns like Benjamin, and Sheridan. These seem to hit a can size target out of my OLD Silver and Blue Streak Sheridans Consistantly, at 60 feet with open sights. Work Great for My Vintage .20 Calibers.

What others should know: These work great in the Vintage .20 Caliber Sheridans.

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By Brian from USA on 2014-11-21
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4.01 rating

Things I liked: Screw top can.

Things I would have changed: Bring back .20 Crosman Dome and rename to Sheridan. Junk this design.

What others should know: AWFUL PELLET! My 1978 Sheridan hated these and flung them wide and low. Crosman was trying too hard to recall the old Bantam 5 design. I also read this was designed to better able modern Crosman tooling to make this. Since this is often the only .20 pellet avail at most retail stores, its likely what killed the Sheridan name. My Sheridan favors the JSB but very much liked the discontinued .20 Crosman dome at closer ranges and held the same as the JSB. This design MIGHT be suited to supersonic use due to its odd shape, but I doubt it worth keeping in the Crosman line-up.

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