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Item Code: HN-92145000003 [PY-P-745]
|Muzzle Energy||12 ft/lbs|
|Muzzle Velocity||696 fps|
|Energy at 25 yds||7 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 25 yds||561 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 25 yards||65 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
|Energy at 50 yds||5 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 50 yds||449 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 50 yards||42 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
Things I liked: PRICE,BALLISTICS
Things I would have changed: MORE PELLETS
What others should know: THIS IS ONE DEADLY PELLET.IM NOT SURE WHAT IT IS. SIZE,SHAPE, OR WEIGHT, TAKE YOUR PICK. BUT IT HITS HARD, REAL HARD!! THE CROWS AND PIEGONS DROP FOR GOOD ON IMPACT. I USE THEM IN MY WEBLEY VALUE MAX,GETTING 800 PLUS FPS.
Things I liked: My 20 caliber Beeman R1 loves these things and collared doves hate 'em! I really wanted to like Kodiak pellets for their their accuracy in my rifle and for their mid-weight. I consistently hit what I'm shooting at with Kodiaks, and their weight should make them lethal. But I got tired of popping doves and seeing enough feathers fly to make a pillow, and then watching the doves fly away. I tried Spitzkugels just to see if there was any difference, and the first dove I shot dropped like a bean bag. I haven't looked back since. I don't care what you read about the pointed tip not making a difference in pellet penetration. These things are deadly, and the lighter weight doesn't seem to be a handicap. Besides dozens of doves, a few squirrels and a skunk can attest to that fact too. Highly recommended.
Things I would have changed: As others have stated, I'd prefer a screw-on lid.
Things I liked: This pellet is terrific in my 1966 Sheridan Blue Streak. It is super accurate.