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Gamo Red Fire .177 Cal, 7.80 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

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PY-P-699

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  • .177 caliber
  • 7.80 grains
  • Pointed polymer tip
  • 150 pellets



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Item Code: GA-632270154 [PY-P-699]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight7.8gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity150

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By John from USA on 2016-02-05
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Things I liked: This Red Fire pellet by Gamo may be their best and most accurate .177 pellet. The pellets weight, in my opinion, is ideal for small game, penetrating deeply. I was curious about the design before purchasing this pellet, after using its lighter brother the Blue Flame, I considered it was worthy of a try. The Blue Flame did not disappoint me, even though it was a PBA. I was thoroughly impressed by the Red Fires accuracy. This pellet is in the first choice category when choosing a pellet to load to dispatch small game. This .177 pellet was shot from 4 air rifles in this review: Gamo Hunter "220", Beman RS2 Silver Kodiak, Gamo Big Cat 1250, and the Ruger Air Magnum. I definitely recommend the addition and use of this pellet to the collection.

Things I would have changed: Nothing! This pellet has an effective design and weight. Gamo's pellet count, my opinion, should be 300 count.

What others should know: This pellet's fps was measured over my Competition Electronics Prochrono Digital chronograph in 45 degree weather, mostly cloudy sky, little wind if any. The air rifles chrono readings are: Gamo Hunter "220" averaged 853 fps with a low of 847 fps and a high of 868 fps with an extreme spread of 21 fps, Beeman RS2 averaged 883 fps with a low of 870 fps and a high of 893 fps with an extreme spread of 23 fps, Gamo Big Cat 1250 averaged 889 fps with a low of 881 fps and a high of 905 fps with an extreme spread of 24 fps, Ruger Air Magnum averaged 1101 fps with a low of 1078 fps and a high of 1113 fps. The target was 12"x12" and had a 1" bullseye and was at a distance of 70 feet, my standard for targeting and sighting my air rifles for accuracy. These pellets were shot in groups of five from each air rifle. I highly recommend this pellet based on my shooting results, experience, and opinion.

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By ken from USA on 2015-11-17
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Things I liked: These have a tiny bit larger skirt and have to be pushed home. This is good because on a break barrel rifle, it is frustrating to take a bead on a pigeon and find the pellet and find that the pellet fell out when you closed the barrel=== very accurate

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By Brock from USA on 2015-10-26
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Things I liked: Great accuracy, look cool, and very lethal. All around a very great pellet.

Things I would have changed: Bigger tin

What others should know: All around good pellet shot well in my Benjamin prowler

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  • Rob from USA asked:

    will these fit the 1077w rotary mag

    • Nick from USA asked:

      Will these pellets fit the rotary magazine of a Winchester MP4. I'm afraid the the pellet would be too long

      • ricardo from USA asked:

        do these pellets have lead?

        • Jerry from USA:

          Yes, They are lead

      Compatible with Gamo Red Fire .177 Cal, 7.80 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

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