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Eun Jin .25 Cal, 43.2 Grains, Pointed, 83ct

Eun Jin .25 Cal, 43.2 Grains, Pointed, 83ct

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  • .25 caliber
  • 43.2 grains
  • Pointed
  • 83 per tin
  • Use only in AirForce Condor and Escape, Evanix, Sumatra, Sam Yang, Woodsman airguns
  • Use only in the powerful PCP airguns like the ones listed above; these will NOT perform well in spring- or gas-piston guns, CO2 guns, single-stroke pneumatics or multi-pump pneumatics



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Item Code: EJ.25.43 [PY-P-725]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight43.2gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity83

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By claude from USA on 2016-12-20
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Things I liked: heavy enough.will only fit in airforce chambers for about five or six pellets then you have to brush the chamber out to shoot more then do it again every five or six shots.the airforce chambers are tight anyway.i have a 257 barrel in my airforce escape and they fit easy and never have to clean the chamber.they are the heaviest commercially available so i shoot them.would be your best choice for medium game at distance.

Things I would have changed: offer some heavier like 65 grains and round heads.they would be big sellers for single shot powerful air rifles.

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By Cypress_Stalker from USA on 2016-11-25
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Things I liked: I use these in my Armada 25 cal. Fpe with my rifle 1st shot 790fps @ 59 FPE yes you heard correctly 60 FPE. Shots 2-16 average 690fps 46 fpe @2900 pressure to 620 fps- 37 fpe @ 2100psi. Phenomenal power. Extremely accurate out to 50 yards. Hits like a tank, travels like a scapel. These are a relatively soft lead for their weight, but they retain their shape very well when shot into a 5 gal bucket of water from 12' above, also while shooting a 1" pressed pine board at 50 yards the pellet also retains it shape after impact. SO this may just make a great penetration round with the right shooter, and gun at range.

Things I would have changed: Need to clean these bad boys. Need more in the tin. Need a screw on top for the tin. The pointed end is a bit redundant it really does not improve much of anything on impact, just looks cool.

What others should know: A Must Have For Any Shooter That Runs A Hot gun, or any Powerful Air rifle for that matter! Make sure your gun is a 800 fps gun or these will drop like stones with in a matter if meters. Lube them with the Crossman silicon chamber oil ( I took the JSB Match Diabolo Exact King .25 Cal, 25.39 Grains, Domed, 350ct tin used the foam padding soaked it with the Silicon chamber oil and placed three tins of the Eujins inside it. IT lubes, and cleans these dirty pellets simultaneously which will help get the Eujins past the bolt guide ring when chambering) if you are using any of the marauders they are just wide enough to rip your bolt guide o-ring out of place, and send it sailing into your target.

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By Adam from USA on 2016-11-10
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Things I liked: Hit hard

Things I would have changed: Lots of lead shavings in the tin.

What others should know: Do not seat properly in bt65 mag.

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  • Joshua from USA asked:

    Are They Aluminum Or Lead?

    • Val from USA:

      Lead

  • Matthew from USA asked:

    Anybody had any luck using these on coyotes?

    • gonzalo from USA asked:

      Do they fit in the 44 hatsan magazine?

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