Item Code: EJ.22.32gr [PY-P-600]
Things I liked: Heavy and hits like a hammer, and carries up well for longer range shots. The accuracy isn't bad but could be better. The finish is very rough and they load hard in my Condor.
Things I would have changed: The tin. It's miserable open and a screw top would be a lot better.
Things I liked: For a heavy pellet it shoots well
Things I would have changed: I would make sure the pellet would chamber without force
What others should know: The pellet shot a fair .75 group at 30 yards.
Things I liked: Great energy...at least in terms of muzzle energy, they sop up a lot of power, my high crony being 722fps today, i am, or was, fairly confident with my KE....downrange however, i am uncertain, being i can't find BC numbers on this pellet, but the domed ones are 0.037 from what i have read, and that as a ball park would put a damper on energy pretty bad out past 50 yrds..
Things I would have changed: List Ballistic Coefficient for all Eun Jin pellets where people can easily find that reference.
What others should know: i am still waiting for my Piledrivers, and if you are too, these are good for sighting in for long heavy 0.22 cal pellet, and for figuring, and dialing in, any magazine clearance issues ahead of time....and you can bet they will knock the living snot out of a squirrel, or a rabbit, as far away as you can hit one, as long as your PCP can get them up to a half decent speed.
will this work on the Sumatra 2500 500cc
i hot rodded my Nitro piston 2, less recoil and faster but now the barrel is to short....or to say, a lot of the otherwise available energy is comming out of the riffle as sound energy or noise...i have a tin of the copper coated rabbit magnums, and they are a little tight, but they fit fine and those say for PCP only...i need the heaviest pellet i can get in 0.22 to soak it up....please say these might work.
i got my chrono, and it turns out lightening the piston gives less inertia at the end of the stroke and so the NP2 actually loses power if you lighten the piston....odd as it would seem....so don't do that mod. it is obviously well engined to begin with in that respect.....as the air spring, on the load side is "loose" the piston gathers inertia that is employed further down the travel where the loads air spring tightens... good thing spare parts are very affordable and available...so the back step is nothing too severe.
nevermind...i got two tins and i will use them to clean my motor scooter tank if they don't fit....i am just going to drill out the piston chamber port to 7/32.
How about an AR6 Evanix? It has that deep metal magazine.