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Predator Polymag .177 Cal, 8.0 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

Predator Polymag .177 Cal, 8.0 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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PY-P-352

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  • .177 caliber
  • 8.0 grains
  • Pointed
  • 200 pellets



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Item Code: PI177/PH [PY-P-352]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight8.0gr
Pellet Shape
Length8.92 mm
Quantity200

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By John from USA on 2017-05-21
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Things I liked: These are a nice little hunting pellet. They are completely disrespecting the local starling population. Starlings, with them EVIL yellow eyes, head straight to the depths from which they came upon contact with one of these suckers. I stole some play-doh from my youngest and shot a few through the multi colored blobs and the results were what you would expect. I have had very little luck with any type of hollow points out of my marauder and rainstorm, both .177 but, so far at 25-30 yards these are JSB accurate. I had a finicky time getting these into my rainstorm mag but, with some patience they loaded up nice and cycled smoothly. Marauder mag took them just fine and cycled well, too. Being 8g?? I doubt I will use them out of my rainstorm because I have had jamming issues in the past with such light pellets... I just wanted to try them out.

Things I would have changed: The tin is tiny, like itsy-bitsy. So, I put them into a padded Tupperware with a snap lid. I'm almost positive that, had I not, they would have spilled everywhere if left in attended. So, swap out the container or put them into a snap/screw on lid type container.

What others should know: They come in the small container and are jam packed in there. Some of the skirts get a bit bent, not to many?? maybe 15-25? I put all my bent pellets in an old chew can and use them for plinking out of my junk springer. It is what it is, soft lead bends. They are JSB accurate out of my Marauder and Evanix Rainstorm. They work well out of my springer, my neighbor didn't have much luck with his gamo whisper. My MRod was shooting the 10.34 jsb at 915-930 and shot these 950-960. I would like to see some distance but will slow them down to 890ish for anything out past 50 yd. These are clean, well formed, and accurate pellets. Don't think that they are the same as them "red fire" pellets, these are shooters, I was hoping to have a pellet that would stay in the birds but, they have been blowing right through them. I cant wait to see what they do on some furries.

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By william from USA on 2017-04-07
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Things I liked: IN MY RUGER TIRGIS .177 i GET LESS THEN A 1" GROUP AT 35 YARDS AFTER BREAK IN (30) SHOTS. THIS PELLET GIVES ME A CLEAN KILL EVERY TIME ON SQUIRRELS AND RABBITS.

Things I would have changed: MORE PELLETS PER TIN, AND PRICE MORE IN LINE WITH OTHER TOP MANUFACTURES

What others should know: I HAVE USED 5 TINS ( 1000 ) ROUNDS AND FOR MY GUN I WILL NOT CHANGE

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By Ron from USA on 2017-03-19
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Things I liked: Nothing

Things I would have changed: Don't know

What others should know: Lousy accuracy at 30 yards in a crossman pneumatic. 6 inch 5 shot group

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  • pepegraves from USA asked:

    Will these fit In the marauder mags?

    • Richard from USA asked:

      Better for high volatility or low volatility. Say 1000 and up. Or 1000 and down.

      • Mark from USA:

        almost nothing is good for 1000 fps up. Breaking sound barrier, and most weights (including pellet this weight) will wobble reducing accuracy

      • Carlton from USA:

        On pest with 100% accuracy & elimination.

      • Carlton from USA:

        From my experience, either but probably not below 800 for the most impact on target (hunting or pest). Used recently in the ATAC

    • Mason from USA asked:

      will this fit the benjamin titan gp piston?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Yes.

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