Item Code: JSB.22-MONSTER [PY-P-722]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Head Size||5.50 mm|
Things I liked: Great pellets my marauder loves them very accurate at 50 yds.
Things I would have changed: Would like to see more to a tin maybe a 500 count.
What others should know: JSB's are hard to beat no matter what caliber or rifle.
Things I liked: Excellent pellet my Marauder loves them 8 shots in a 1 inch bulls eye at 50 yards.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing maybe a larger amount say a 500 round tin.
What others should know: As I have often said If you want to hit what you aimed at shoot JSBs.
Things I liked: Got these specifically for Fury Nitro Piston. Had great success with JSB and a peep site for my BSA Comet. Tried different formula here, as problems with this econo gun were different. The Fury was firing the little guys, which is a whole new definition with a gas spring (14 grains) all over the place; and the firing behavior was so rough that drinking a glass of wine on a rodeo bull would be smoother! These 25 grain slugs calmed down the Fury, restored accuracy, and gave me ballistic mushrooms I've never seen before. There are 2 images on this page, and one shows the half inch pancake that my Nitro also achieves consistently in the pellet trap.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I'm shooting the Fury at close and medium range - perfect for a peep site and heavy ammo - and so I am considering stepping up to the super heavy "Beast", 34 grains. I theorize it would totally tame the Fury: even quieter, smoother shooting. Even with the Monsters, the NP still shoots through two soup cans lined up.
How long are these pellets?
Will these shoot well in a Browning 800 Express? I see that Eun Jin recommends that their 28's only be used in a very select few guns, and springers are definitely not on their good list.
Will these work in a Hatsan 125 vortex?
I don't know but I shoot these in my umarex Octane an keep one inch groups at 50yards