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*The tin lid states the pellets weigh 1.6 grains. This is a typo. They actually weigh 16.1 grains.
Eun Jin 16.1-grain .177-caliber pellets are a hefty load recommended only for very powerful precharged pneumatic guns. Do not use them in spring guns, multi-pump pneumatics, CO2 guns or single-stroke pneumatics (you'll get very poor accuracy if you do). Please note the guns listed in the above bulleted list and use these pellets for those powerful PCP rifles and other PCPs with similar power levels.
Item Code: EJ.177 [PY-P-284]
Things I liked: They shoot great out of my marauder. They fit in the mag.
Things I would have changed: From the misprint on the tin??? Kind of, should have, known quality control would be subpar. This is the first tin of pellets I have received from pyramid where the skirts were all banged up. Still, the good ones fly great. I probably picked out 30-40 that were jacked up. But, so what? Really. I set them aside and let my friends shoot them out my Springer.
What others should know: Look, these are good pellets. They fly good out of my PCP and Springer. My buddy has a Gamo Whisper Fusion and he likes them alot as well. They have the weight to keep down that sonic "snap". Really, it's only 20$, give them a shot.
Things I liked: Good solid heavy pellet.
Things I would have changed: Screw on lid. First thing that happened when I opened the package was the bottom of the tin fell out and I spent the next 10 minutes combing pellets out of the carpet.
What others should know: Although most of the prior reviews said these should only be used with PCP guns, I wanted to try them in my Octane. I concluded that they are too heavy for the Octane. I could get a fairly decent group with them, but would have to seriously re zero my scope to shoot them. Even then I think the accuracy would leave a bit to be desired in this rifle. I'll save the rest of them until I get a PCP.
Things I liked: Heavy weight, great center of balance for aerodynamics, clean and uniform, not overbore size, not overly long.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: These hit in the exact same spot as jsb 10.34s without touching the scope whatsoever in my synrodmk2 out to reasonable distance, much further out they may or may not drop more, we'll see. For small game I wanted to see if a heavier pellet would perform as well as the jsbs and these are identical until they hit the target, then those extra 5.76grs really make themselves known! More shooting will show how they do further out, which being heavier and perfectly aerodynamic shape its impossible they'll fall apart from the performance im seeing so far. If your hunting with pcp or pneumatic these are on the short list!
How well do these work in a M rod .177
That's strange. I have 4 M-Rod .177 mags and they work fine in all 4.
They won't fit in the magazine.
Someone used this pellet in a hatsan vortex and said ir worked well. Will this pellet work in a rws 350 compact?
Yes, but your speed will be way down.
Will this work in a Benjamin Model 347?
Yes they will, however there will not be a great velocity as they are a heavier pellet