Item Code: Skenco-Orange [PY-P-243]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
|Head Size||4.50 mm|
Things I liked: Amount for price Penetration
Things I would have changed: Better accuracy
What others should know: Not very good at all. I used the same rifle shot a 8in. group with these , with no changes to the rifle got an 3in with lead 7.9 grain pellets.
Things I liked: size and shape, longer than most pellets so easier to put in my bolt action airguns and offers good velocity & penetration
Things I would have changed: make head diameter the same width as the plastic casing. The head is smaller and this may affect accuracy?
What others should know: kinda pricey and were not that accurate in my Umarex Fusion & Powerline 880 compared to many other pellets but may work well in other guns. Does increase velocity though with good penetration but not much expansion. These are meant for speed but I like accuracy better so will stick to JSB's & H&N's but they were fun to try out. Your guns may do better than mine with these. Worth a try
Things I liked: Nice idea.
Things I would have changed: Most of it.
What others should know: I have used these in a 1377 as well as a Nitro Venom. They are more accurate from the 1377. It seems like they tumble out of the Nitro Venom (maybe too fast?). Groups out of either gun are pretty broad. Definitely NOT for dispatching critters, just no way to ensure a humane kill. Not really great for plinking either due to accuracy issues. I normally hit bottle caps from about 18-19 yards with the Nitro Venom and the 1377 (with regular Crosman pellets), but I can't do that with these.
Generally speaking, where can these pellets be expected to hit a target, compared to a standard weight .177 pellet of, around 7.9 grains? Now high or low.
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