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Things I liked:Best, accuracy, vrlocity
Things I liked:JSB Pellets are, in general, my favorite pellets. However the remainder of this review will be about Pyramydair. I purchased these pellets because my pistol likes the JSB Match Diabolo pellets, also in a green topped lid, except in a 7.72 grain weight best of anything I have tried in it. I have not tested these yet as the pistol is at the repair shop. The reason I am reviewing is that I am desperately hoping that the 7.33 grain pellets will work in my pistol at least as well the 7.72 because the only source for the 7.72 JSB Match pellets is a dealer I would much rather not do business with. I get much better service and help from Pyramydair along with better prices.
Things I would have changed:I hope that Pyramydair will in future find enough market to sell the 7.72 grain pellets if these don't work out in my pistol.
What others should know:As I said in another review. If you are the type who likes to have a number guns and they change from time to time, have a variety of JSB pellets on hand to test. From what I have seen in online reviews the JSB are most often the pellet of choice for the particular gun being review. By the way Kudos to Pyramydaid for sponsoring so many reviews by Rick Eutsler and Paul Capello.
Things I liked:not much I was verry diapointed JSB is the best for consistency and quality but these flat head 7.33 are hard to handle in fast guns and even harder on longer range.
What others should know:These are more expensive than the Diablo 10.34 and the diablo 10.34 are have consistent tighter groups at longer ranges and better for hunting and they cost less
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