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Gamo Round .22 Cal, 15.43 Grains, Lead Balls, 250ct

Gamo Round .22 Cal, 15.43 Grains, Lead Balls, 250ct

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PY-P-610

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  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Customer reviews
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  • .22 caliber
  • 15.43 grains
  • Round lead balls
  • 250 per tin
  • Easier to load than direction-sensitive pellets!
Do not use in BB guns!


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Item Code: GA-632032554 [PY-P-610]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypeRound Balls
Weight15.43gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity250

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By Tony from USA on 2016-06-03
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Things I liked: Good pricing, four for three! Consistent size and weight.

Things I would have changed: Nothing!

What others should know: I've found these .22 Gamo round balls fit generally tighter in the bore and require they be pushed in with some effort on the better guns. The 'seal' they create give the ball greater accuracy as it travels snugly through the barrel's rifling. They do tend to drop in trajectory slightly due to the weight and roundness and most shots require a slight holdover.to compensate, but they pack a nice punch on target.

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By Kyle from USA on 2016-03-25
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Things I liked: The tin is a screw-cap, which isn't always the case

Things I would have changed: Cleaner ball, more consistent sizing.

What others should know: These are pretty dirty, and will leave you with rather dark fingers. They also don't stay in the pellet pen too well (not as time efficient to load compared to standard pellet shapes). I suspect this is due to the design of the pen though. The size seems to vary slightly, as I occasionally have to really press it get it seated in the barrel. Other than those admittedly negative observations, these work and are reasonably consistent. I won't buy them again, but they could be useful for hunting; due to the mass distribution (sphere rather than pellet) at this weight they'll penetrate well.

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By Terry from USA on 2016-02-23
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Things I liked: Cost, well made

Things I would have changed: Don't know enough about them to change anything, did not fit well in Browning Leverage, did not chony well or group well either

What others should know: Might work well in some airguns, did not in mine

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  • Corey from USA asked:

    Can I shoot these in a RWS 34 .22 Cal?

    • Bogdan from USA asked:

      Can i shoot these out of a hatsan at44-10 rotary mag

      • nikolaos from USA:

        these can fire from any 22 caliber airgun that fires pellets normally

      • Jack from USA:

        they are meant for the Gamo viper

    • Garrett from United states asked:

      Can I shoot these out of my benjamin marauder? And would it hurt the gun if I shoot too many of them?

      • Thomas from USA:

        Yes you can but from mine it was a pattern not a group.

      • nikolaos from USA:

        i was firing these from a pcp rifle and there was no problem at shooting 5 at a time with minimal loss of volocity believe it or not over single pellet...........if your airgun has a ldc or moderator you cant shoot more than one at a time tho

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