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Average Customer Review4.5 (59 reviews)
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Things I liked:Gamo Redfires are my "go to" pellet for eliminating pesky squirrels and a possum I caught in my hen house. I use 'em in my MTR77 and accuracy and terminal ballistics are excellent.
Things I would have changed:Hmm, no can't think of anything. They're pricey, but you get what you pay for.
What others should know:They are too long to easily chamber in my Daisy 901, you can get them in the chamber, but you have to angle them in and it's time consuming.
Things I liked:Very consistent pellet size and shape. Almost the same fit and seat from the first to last round. At 30 feet using a Gamo Bone Collector I was able to get consistent dime size groupings. On Squirrel a single head shot at 40-60 feet is a instant humane kill. A little expensive for plinking, but a tin can at 75 feet does not stand a chance!
Things I would have changed:200 count as most others have stated. A solid tin instead of the clear tin because it can tear. Fewer inserts coming loose per tin.
What others should know:Don't be afraid to shoot the pellets that have the insert fall out. I shot those without inserts for a in the same hole grouping just for kicks. When you find them, buy 2 boxes, they are that fun to shoot!
Things I liked:This product is very good for hunting, but not for plinking, due to the plastic pointed tip. It also retains its shape quite effectively.
Things I would have changed:I would replace the tip with a ceramic tip.
What others should know:Plastic pointed tips are not good for plinking.
Compatible with Gamo Red Fire .177 Cal, 7.80 Grains, Pointed, 150ct