Item Code: HN-91004500005 [PY-P-851]
|Ammo Type||Round Balls|
|Head Size||4.50 mm|
Things I liked: Easy to load, very uniform in size and shape. Also, hard hitting and excellent penetration.
Things I would have changed: Price is a little too high.
What others should know: These are not very accurate compared to regular pellets. Poor groupings on targets. These do not work in guns with bb magazines, such as the crosman 2100; they are to big and will not feed into the breech. For my use, these are not worth buying again.
Things I liked: Very uniform in size
What others should know: they appear to be just a touch larger than the usual steel BBs. A steel BB will easily roll down the barrel but the lead BBs need an initial push into the barrel and then they don't easily roll down. this makes them work well in guns that normally use a magnet on the bolt to hold the BB in place.
Things I liked: consistent size. Too small
Things I would have changed: nothing. There must be a place for these.
What others should know: Too small for my guns. I do recommend the 4.54 Dia. if you got the money. Or buy Gamo balls.
Would these work in place of bb's in the 760 platforms and feed well, to save some live on rifled barrels
I have a friend who uses the round balls and he said they are better than bb's because the lead does not destroy the rifling like steel bb's do.
What would you use these for? for the price why not get crossmen destroyers?
Some people prefer round balls for accuracy
would i be able to use these in a co2 pistol that's meant for bbs, or should i only use steel bbs in that?
I would suggest only using BB's