Date: 11/2/2016 20:21

Gamo .177 Cal, 8.2 Grains, Round Lead Balls, 250ct

Gamo .177 Cal, 8.2 Grains, Round Lead Balls, 250ct

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  • .177
  • 8.2 grains
  • Round balls
  • 250 per tin



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Item Code: GA-632032454 [PY-P-78]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypeRound Balls
Weight8.2gr
Quantity250

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By Robert from USA on 2015-12-19
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Things I liked: #1: SCREW ON TOP! Thank you Gamo! Price was good for taking a chance. A ton of Bullseye Bucks bought me 2000 rounds balls - 1000 in .177 and 1000 in .22 and shipping, so I did not pay a dime. I am waiting on my brother's .22 Benji so we can try them out, but the .177 are nice and pretty uniform. They shoot great from my CP1-M CO2 pistol and penetrate well. They seem to flatten out better when used against hard targets than the JSB pellets of similar weight (clocked at about 500FPS - I have not had time to chrony the round balls, but I would say they are running a bit faster) and are less prone to ricochet.

Things I would have changed: So far so good.

What others should know: The .177 look pretty good (round and uniform). The .22's look a bit rougher and not as uniformly round. I will be updating if I have a chance to shoot the .177 ball with the Marauder and I will post a review of the .22 caliber balls, although I must admit I am not confident that they will shoot well given the rough casting and surface irregularities.

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By Lee from USA on 2015-12-07
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Things I liked: Great idea, but not so great on the execution. They are easy to load in my 1377, but they are mostly out of round and not really accurate. They make a big splat when you do hit though. First shot knocked the target sticker off my swinging target! Where I get 2 inch groups with pellets, I was getting 6-8 inch groups with these round balls. Fun for plinking, easy to load, just not accurate enough for my taste.

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By Gregory from Canada on 2015-10-25
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Things I liked: I like how much easier round balls load into my 1377c than skirted pellets ...you can load them blindfolded. I like the damage they cause when shooting tin cans!

Things I would have changed: I would like it if they were not so dirty...my finger tips get coated with lead dust after loading 4-6 round balls.

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  • Gregory from Canada asked:

    Will these .177cal lead round ball work well with a Crosman 1377 ?

    • William from USA asked:

      If these can't or shouldn't be used in BB guns, then what earthly good are they? For what are they intended to be used?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Airguns that shoot pellets in .177 caliber.

    • Tha First Born from Canada asked:

      What's that difference between steel bbs not these? If I can't use it in my winchester model 11k, is there something I can do to make it better of more powerful??

      • Tyler from USA:

        The diameters of each are different. These are a larger diameter than standard steel BB's so you would have trouble using these in your 11k.

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