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Gamo Rocket .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Ballistic Tip, 100ct

Gamo Rocket .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Ballistic Tip, 100ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 14.3 grains
  • Domed, Ballistic Tip
  • 100 pellets



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Item Code: GA-632127554 [PY-P-692]

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Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo Type:Pellets
Weight:14.3gr
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Quantity:100

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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

  By Stephen from USA on 2015-05-09
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Things I liked:Penetration is outstanding! For critters with tough skin like squirrels these work great!!In my Airforce Talon SS they shoot as good out to 30yds as several more expensive pellets!I will buy more!!
Things I would have changed:The ones I was shipped are NOT ballistic tips. They have a copper BB in the nose. Need to change the description!

Overall rating:4.0 4.0

Value for money:2.0 2.0

Size/Shape Distribution:3.0 3.0

  By James from USA on 2015-04-24
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Things I liked:Firing these out of a Benjamin Marauder makes a pretty neat wiz/buzz noise. The penetration of these pellets is absolutely amazing. When they say "Ballistic Tip", they mean it. They will actually penetrate mild steel pellet traps at 25 meters. I've fired plenty of "deep penetration" pellets, but these take it to a whole new level.
Things I would have changed:I just couldn't get these pellets to group well past 15 meters. I suspect that it is minor inconsistencies in manufacturing a composite pellet. Normally I shoot a Crosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 g, Hollowpoint or Dome, and get a 3/4 inch 5 round group at 30 meters. With these Gamo Rockets the best I was able to manage was a 2 1/2 group at 30 meters. Additionally, they are a bit pricy for a 100 pellet tin.
What others should know:I think it's a great concept. This is one of the hardest hitting deepest penetrating pellets for the weight that I have ever fired. The steel BB in the tip transfers a tremendous amount of energy to the target. I just can't get the desired groupings out of them at the ranges I'm shooting at.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:3.0 3.0

Size/Shape Distribution:4.0 4.0

  By David from USA on 2015-03-22
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Things I liked:This is nasty (good) if you need penetration. To test and compair I shot an 18gr lead dome JSB at 833fps 25ft away from a stainless steel double walled thermos. It went through one side and dented the outer wall of the other side. These 14gr at 913fps at the same distance at the same target went through and THROUGH, kept going! The holes were smaller than what the 18gr produced as the effects of the lead in the 18gr HIT harder but deformed faster. This creative pellet has the hard tip that pierces and allows all the energy to be in a much smaller area while pushing forward with its harder (steel?) tip. I haven't tried grouping these but the shots I did take were spot on in my barrel (Daystate).
Things I would have changed:I would wish to buy 250ct, 100 isn't alot. I bet in 18 grain it would be devastating.
What others should know:Watch for OVER penetration on targets, I shot the thermos with 2 layers of ballistic rubber behind it inside my custom portable steel box.
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