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Gamo Rocket .177 Cal, 9.6 Grains, Ballistic Tip, 150ct

Gamo Rocket .177 Cal, 9.6 Grains, Ballistic Tip, 150ct

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  • .177 caliber
  • 9.6 grains
  • Ballistic tip
  • 150 pellets



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Item Code: Gamo-632127454 [PY-P-423]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight9.6gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity150

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By AirGunBug from USA on 2017-03-15
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Things I liked: Great idea, but...

Things I would have changed: Main thing: Quality control! I went through my tin (albeit I selected these as a Free tin from PA since I was ordering several others) several years ago [2013], but what made me come out now to comment is I found my little baggy of deformed pellets which made up nearly a third of the whole tin. The skirts were either dented or completely deformed, several of the little penetration balls were offset from center and I even had few where there were two balls jammed in as if the machine forming these had a glitch. I know Gamo wants to market their own ammo for their specific guns so the shooters can get to that near stated FPS, but these would work much better if sunk into lead and a heavier grain. Those that did work couldn't handle high FPS and were all over the place! My brother-in-law tried these a few months ago (2016) and he had the same issue. Great idea, but I think Gamo should stick with making rifles and putting their monies into perfecting those instead of ammo.

What others should know: If you care to try them, I recommend selecting them as a Free tin if you are ordering multiple ones from PA. If you have a good power-plant in your air gun, go for heavier pellets if you are looking for accuracy, consistency and knockdown power; these light things are great for making your air gun sound like a rimfire, but that's about it.

 

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By Jim from USA on 2016-08-27
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Things I liked: These pellets seem to have better penitration and knock down power than all of the other .177 pellets I have ever used. I use them for critters trying to eat my mangoes and avocados.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

 

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By Thomas J. (Buddy) from USA on 2016-07-31
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Things I liked: I've tried guide a few different pellets.This is the most accurate and consistent pellet for my Gamo bone collector. It is hard hitting and dispatches mongoose very well. Beeman crow magnum 8.80 gr is a close second.

What others should know: I usually find one or two malformed pellet in each tin

 

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  • Rayalan from USA asked:

    Will these Gamo Rocket .177 pellets load, fit and rotate in the Crossman 1077 pellet clip and magazine. I tried some other pellets that the tip was to long and would not rotate or fit in the 1077 clip.

    • Rayalan from USA:

      Yes.They fit and shoot great

  • Apolinar from USA asked:

    can i use this pellets on a .177 caliber crossman rifle

    • Carlton from USA:

      Yes, in fact this pellet is a favorite in my Crossman Vantage NP .177. Extremely accurate with consistency.

    • Val from USA:

      Yes, you can

  • Carlos from USA asked:

    Does this pellet fit as tight as the Gamo Red % Blue tips?

    • Carlton from USA:

      Hard to give a definitive answer because of the differences in rifles. But, a quick test in a Stoeger Atac .177. . .Gamo Red Fire were very tight and needed to be pushed in while the Gamo Rockets just dropped right in.

    • Tyler from USA:

      There is no way to know because each gun and pellet is different.

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