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Item Code: GA-632264654 [PY-P-830]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
Things I liked: High velocity. About 75-100 ft per second faster than any of the other 11 pellets I've shot in my Hatsan .25 cal 155 Torpedo. Good penetration at 40 ft and under.
Things I would have changed: A lot. The least accurate pellet I've ever shot in any gun. 3" 5-shot groups are the best they'll do at 20 yards compared to 3/4" groups with other pellets..
What others should know: Don't believe the hype. If you're shooting at 30 ft and under, they are pretty good. However, they shoot all over the place at 20 yds or more. I bought them out of curiousity. My tests basically confirmed what I already knew. Buy another pellet with your money.
Things I liked: Light and hard hitting.
Things I would have changed: Weight wasn't accurate according to my Lymann 1500. .25 cal SO POST to weigh 14.40 I was getting 14.60-14.70 on a little overhalf. Skirts was not clean had shavings on the edge I had to cut off with razor and some was not round on skirt. This is what ate my Breech seal out I believe. After I trimmed them they weighed 14.40-14.50 better but I shouldn't have to trim them ridiculous. I might buy 1 more pack ! Might have been a bad die. Need more for the money in a pack like a pack of 4-5.
What others should know: Always check the head and Especially the skirt of all pellets before putting them in your EXPENSIVE air gun. I own a Gamo Hunter Extreme .25 cal
Things I liked: This pellet shot very good groups after I sighted in my new .25 caliber Big Cat Gamo airgun without a scope on it.
Things I would have changed: Lower the cost!
What others should know: Can't think of anything...