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    Predator Polymag .22 Cal, 16.0 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

     
    Predator Polymag .22 Cal, 16.0 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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    SKU PY-P-343

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    • .22 caliber
    • 16 grains
    • Pointed
    • 200ct


    Predator Premium Hunting Pellets
    Innovative head design combines sharp polymer tip with hollow head - Delivers penetration and shock to vital organs. Cuts and shatters bone on contact.

    Aerodynamic shape- Excellent flight characteristics. High ballistic coefficient allows for higher retained velocity and flat trajectory. Allows hunter to take game efficiently.

    Unsuitable for multi-shot rifles except Evanix, Sumatra & Shinsung Infinity.

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    Item Code: PI.22/PH [PY-P-343]

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    Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
    Ammo Type:Pellets
    Suggested for:Hunting
    Weight:16.0gr
    Pellet Shape:
    Head Size:5.52 mm
    Length:10.28 mm
    Quantity:200

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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By BigUglyHat from USA on 2015-03-27
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    Things I liked:Very well made,no deformities,clean,nice fit, accurate for me. Hat 150 really likes these as did a Hat 125 & a Ukon. All in .22cal. ...Hunting/specialty ammo cost more w/everything from a bow & arrow,slingshot .22LR or a 45/70. Accept it, besides, im getting a meal in return if i dont miss.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing, the batch i got is perfect,im sure PA had everything to do w/this.
    What others should know:Theres lots of videos out there where these have been tested every which way so im not wasting mine. Thanks to all those who did the expensive grunt work for me. Or those who actualy videod some hunting. Sure is fun watching. I shot enough to get confident w/them. I hope i never have to re-order and kill a Turkey or Rabbit w/ every single one of the 100 or so i got left. I recomend.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By Henrik from USA on 2015-03-14
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    Things I liked:Very accurate and lethal on small game. Very uniform pellets, no dents or bents, so I might even say they're worth their price.
    Things I would have changed:Mushrooms very easily, so this pellet is at it's best on small game. I used short scissors to cut 2mm from the red tip to fit these to my FX magazine. Proved to be a good idea. I'd also make these also in a heavier size, 16gr is too little for full power pcp. Heavier size would also help the mushrooming effect.
    What others should know:Little too expensive for training and plinking, better to save for the pests. And oh yeah, and these shoot very well out of my FX T12. Maybe

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By Russell from USA on 2015-02-24
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    Things I liked:I compare most 22 cal pellets with the Crosman Ultra Mag Domed which generally is a great all around pellet. However, I have a Wood Chuck problem at 55 yards off of my deck and reaching out to that range with accurate pellet placement and a quick lethal kill is a challenge. Fortunately, the Predator Polymag is placing a tighter group on my paper targets than the Crosman Premier Ultra Mags.....at least 30% better in my Benjamin NP2 ....and secondly, they are opening up in my penetration test by shooting into a yellow pages phone book in fewer pages. While their overall penetration is not as deep due to their quick expansion, I am only interested in penetrating the Wood Chuck's hide or head and destroying the vitals quickly.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing in design because I believe it is near perfect.....but with tongue in cheek....I would love to see the price lower. Of course, I get that by purchasing 4 tins for the price of 3. I do like the larger screw down lids better that Crosman uses.
    What others should know:Your not going to find these at Walmart or Kmart. My local grocery store has a rack of free auto trader and other magazines that you can pick up as you leave the store. Fortunately for me...there is also a stack of Yellow Pages for my penetration tests.
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    • GLEN from USA asked:

      Any one know the B.C. of these pellets?

      • Erika from USA:

        Unfortunately no, that's not something that the manufacturer supplies

    • SG1 (NRA Life 1982) from USA asked:

      Where are they made? Predator International on the tins img... I assume they are an import.

      • GLEN from USA:

        Made in Czech Republic, Assembled in Hungary, Imported by Predator International. And Yes, JSB and Predator Polymags are both Imported by Predator International, Inc. out of Littleton, CO.

      • tristen from USA:

        i believe predator is a branch off from JSB, so wherever JSB pellets are made.

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