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Item Code: SK-LP10055170P [PY-P-633]
|Head Size||5.50 mm|
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Things I liked: I like the size and shape of these pellets. They come in a plastic container which is no big deal to me. Nice weight and balance to them. However I wasn't able to use them.
Things I would have changed: Nothing really, they're just too long for my Hatsan AT44. Perhaps make them shorter.
What others should know: Unfortunately I wasn't able to use these pellets in my Hatsan AT44-10 QE Long .22 cal PCP because they are too long for the magazine. These pellets are approximately 10.9 mm long. I am sure these are good pellets if your gun can fit them and fire them. Unfortunately manufactures can't satisfy everyone. I am only giving a low rating because I wasn't able to use them not because they're a bad pellet. Good luck if these work for your gun.
Things I liked: Excellent weight.
Things I would have changed: Container needs to be improved.
What others should know: I have successfully dieseled these pellets in my Shockwave rifle and they were fairly accurate at 25 yards. The knock-down is simply awesome! I easily shot through 3/4" plywood at 5 yards. However, I wouldn't make it a habit of dieseling (any pellet gun) as damage WILL eventually occur.
Things I liked: Length and shape seems to be just right for velocity retention. And the weight for penetration and shock is right there.
Things I would have changed: More concise and precise head diameters would be better for hunting. This is a hunting round of which I believe should be as accurate, or as close as possible, as a match round. You know, an accurate shot is a humane shot.
What others should know: You all know that all guns shoot different sizes and weights of projectiles. These pellets were close on consistent size: head, skirt, length, and weight, by .02 mm and .3 grain. You gun may digest these rounds better than mine. Overall, they are not bad for accuracy in my rifle up to 30 yards, 1 inch group.
It is awful heavy, I am wondering the distance I can fire at and what the drop will be from the Benjamin 392 at say 30 yards?
Will this fire from a Benjamin 392?
what is the length?/will it fit in a hatsan AT44 magazine?