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Earn 17 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: JSB-1000019 [PY-P-690]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.52 mm|
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Things I liked: Clean, Accurate, Decent Value, Nice Fit in my Octane...
Things I would have changed: Lid Maybe, not a big enough deal to not purchase...
What others should know: These shoot around 775 fps in my Umarex Octane. Nickle size groups at 25yrds. Probably the best pellets for pcp.. Next order I am going to try lighter gr. to try to reach 850-900 fps. They will be JSB. Best on the market in my opinion ...
Things I liked: I like it when I get a tin that shoots good
Things I would have changed: Brands
What others should know: I've bout several tins of these in the past, hundreds of dollars worth. It's a crap shoot every time you open a tin of them. About one out of every four tins will shoot amazing even at long distance. Half of what you get are way undersized and shoot like buckshot. My last order was four tins of Baracuda & Baracuda match in 5.5, 5.51, 5.52, and 5.53mm. The 5.52 head diameter were the tightest. I'm thinking that they started cracking down on random drug testing at those pellet factories, that might help to make my airgunning a little more enjoyable.
Things I liked: they are new to me - so far cannot get them to group at all - likely not the pellets fault
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: nothing
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Do these work well in the Benjamin marauder?
Yes, typically very well
Has anyone tried these pellets in an Umarex Octane?
I use these with great success in my Ouctane. 1" groups at 30yrds. 1/2" - 3/4 when the old hands are steady...
I have. But because my Octane is so bad (can't be "Held") that pellet comp's (9) were meaningless. Ironically, the "Fuel" .17 and .22 are very good.
Will these JSB Jumbo Heavy .22 Cal/18.13 Grain Pellets Work in the Latest & Largest Girandoni .22 Air Rifle. Some Jumbo Pellets Will Not?
Do you know what the actual bore diameter on that gun is?