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Item Code: HN-92105540005 [PY-P-912]
|Head Size||5.54 mm|
Things I liked: Most accurate pellet tested in P-Rod
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: You Have to try various pellet sizes in Crosman barrels. The 18.1 JSB's were like shotgun patterns. I tried 5.53, 5.54 and 5.55 and the 5.54 were much better
Things I liked: I love them out of my Benjamin nitro piston 2
Things I would have changed: Nothing price
What others should know: Just because they work for my gun doesn't mean they'll work for yours you have to try multiple pellets to find out which one shoots good out of your gun
Things I liked: Overall these are very good pellets, and seem to be consistent, but the reported head size is not accurate. I have sorted 300 out of a tin of what's supposed to be 5.54mm, and 280 of those measured 5.57mm, with the other 20 measuring at least 5.58mm (5.57 is the largest hole on my PelletGage, and those 20 would not fit in that hole) These shoot very well out of my RWS 54 Air King -- grouping 5.9mm C to C, at 10m. That bests the JSB Exact 14.85mm pellets by nearly 2mm. They also group very well out of my AA Pro Sport, AA TX 200 Mk III, and my HW 90.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I have just recently started sorting pellets by head size and weight (to the 1/10th grain), and even though the head sizes were considerably larger than marked on the tin, these are among the most consistent pellets I have examined so far.
Whats'the difference between a 5.55 headsize to the 5.00 headsize?does it differ in length? or the pellets' stability in its' flightpath?