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Average Customer Review4.0 (28 reviews)
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Things I liked:Their bullet-like shape, their heavy weight, and the fact that they are heavy weight hunting pellets that fit well in a Marauder magazine.
Things I would have changed:Offer them in a bigger tin (more pellets).
What others should know:I am firing them out of my Benjamin Marauder at a pretty low velocity (didn't Chrony these yet, but 18gr JSBs are leaving the barrel at around 850-ish FPS). They seemed to group pretty well at 30 yards, and hit my target with serious authority. The MRod hasn't been shooting so well lately, but seems to like these. As I mentioned above, these are the first over 20gr pellets I've tried that fit in my magazine, and feed well. I do have to push the bolt a bit harder than usual to get it to go in the last 1/8 inch or so, but otherwise these slugs seem to work pretty well.
Things I liked: The bullet shape of them,the weight,They are not for target shooters they are strictly a hunting pellet and as such they serve their purpose.So those looking for 100% placement should stick to the standard target grade pellets.
Things I would have changed:I wish they would be offered in four or five hundred lots like the premiers are now.
What others should know:It looks like the manufacturer shaved off the node that iks shown on the info page.They remind me of a mold made in the UK that I bought many years ago when the many sizes and shapes of today wern't availible.I like the lid,sometimes when you get a tin the cap is on so tight that if you use force you may damage the pellets by using extreme force and forced to use a can opener.Pyramid packs their pellets like no other retailer and I have found so many uses for the inserts,It is like getting a bonus when you buy pellets.
Things I liked:to early to tell. so far in my Condor with a standard flow tank velocity set to 850 fps they do not shoot as accurately as most other pellets at 35 yds. I have some things to try yet, such as the high flow tank and differing velocities.
Things I would have changed:Wish the manufactures would list head diameters on the tins, and give suggestions as to the best types of air guns (Springers, PCPs, etc.)and velocities their pellets performed their best. It would be to their own advantage.
What others should know:they a pretty pellet, nicely shaped, they appear to have potential, just need some time to figure them out.
Compatible with H&N Rabbit Magnum II .22 Cal, 24.69 Grains, Cylindrical, Solid, 200ct