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2X Earn 14 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: Avanti-990515 [PY-P-398]
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Things I liked: Very accurate and they shredded a box of my wife's dinner plates. Now I have more room in the garage.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
Things I liked: In BB rifles, standard BBs get a spin on them (roll) as they go down the barrel, so they develop lift which drags them off of the intended flight path to the target. If you shoot them away from a low-angle sun, you can see them following a trumpet-shaped path: sometimes up, authorities down or to one side, but almost never right to the point of aim. This effect is pronounced even at a short distance of 40 feet or so, where they will often miss the point of aim by two feet or more! In comparison, these polished BBs also get a spin on them, but their surface is so darrn smooth that it has no "bite" into the wind, so develops little or no lift. As a consequence, they tend to shoot either true or the impact point will be very close to the point of aim. In short, THESE are the ONLY BBs to use. 'Nuff said
Things I liked: Every little bit helps towards hitting what your aiming at !
Things I would have changed: Maybe 2000ct for the same price ?
What others should know: A really smooth BB that gives you the edge ......
What's the difference between these and the premium ammo?
Daisy 'Match Grade Precision Ground Shot' is a "premium ammo". They're more expensive than, say, Copperhead BB's, and that's because they're more consistent in weight and diameter. I've found them to be more accurate than many other BB's, as well as being slightly larger in diameter. With some rotary magazines, Copperheads are too small and fall out of the 'clips'. These, along with Hornady Black Diamond BB's don't have that problem.
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Can you reuse these after they been shot
Sure, you can. Should you? Probably not. Even though they may still look spherical, once they've been shot, even in a low-powered air gun, they're likely to be slightly deformed. That means that they could cause problems if reused. Problems like getting stuck in a magazine or the loading mechanism, or possibly damage to the barrel. BB's that have flat spots from hitting targets or backstops are sure to be less accurate as well. Round shot tends to fly truest when it's close to being a perfect sphere.