Item Code: EJ.22 [PY-P-194]
Things I liked: I did not like anything about these pellets
Things I would have changed: take them off the market as far as I am concerned , cant even get close to a target in my Beeman RS sportsman oe my Gamo Big cat
What others should know: these my shoot well in a PCP but not in a springer
Things I liked: Too big for rotary mag , but very nice and big power
Things I would have changed: No
What others should know: Great for break or single d hot
Things I liked: Well.... I sure like wackin' squirrels with this pellet. Way overkill. Super hard impact. Just the sound alone from the pellet smashing through a squirrel is quite impressive - like slapping two textbooks together. Chrono at 975fps, PW setting 6/1 on my Condor SS. Accurate at 50 yards, expect 1-1.5" groups when shooting over 900fps.
Things I would have changed: Better uniformity might be nice. Some pellets I have found to be tough to jam into the breech/barrel. Like other reviewers have said, the tins suck. Put a screw-on lid on those suckers! But then I wouldn't spill my pellets everywhere and have to buy more as frequently. I see what you did there, Eun Jin!
What others should know: Want rimfire-like performance out of your magnum-powered PCP? Get these.
Does anyone know if these fit in the marauder clips??
Thank you Dave. This is what you mean? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NHUXMolfAKM
Not unless you take apart the clip and add more room between the clear panel and the black base. Easy to do though.
These are listed under the suggested pellets for the Hatsan at44 qe rifles. Will these fit in the mag for the .22 version or only in the .25?
Will they work well with the crosman vantage nitro piston pellet rifle? Will these work well in a crosman vantage pellet rifle?
I have a Hatsan Torpedo 155 Vortex. I have been able to shoot nickel size groups at 25 yards. I have only had the gun for a week, but have taken two small birds. One at 30 yards and one at 50 yards.