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Predator Polymag .25 Cal, 26 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

Predator Polymag .25 Cal, 26 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

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  • .25 cal
  • 26 grains
  • Pointed
  • 150ct

With 26 grains of weight, these .25 caliber pellets will knockdown quarry with authority. Use with powerful, magnum spring-piston air rifles and PCP rifles.


Item Code: PI.25/PM [PY-P-896]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight26.0gr
Pellet Shape
Length10.28 mm
Quantity150

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By frederick from USA on 2017-02-28
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Things I liked: I have a Benjamin Marauder .25. It's fully modified by Tim Hill of Hillairgun.com, and hits hard, with extreme accuracy. These pellets are devastating with a 40+ FPE air rifle like this. I consistently get sub-3/4 inch groups out to 40 yards, tighter in the 40 to 60 foot range, where most of the rats I shoot are taken. I'm a shaky old man, and can really tighten these up on a good day. These are extremely humane pest control pellets. 69/71 roof rats, 12/12 squirrels, two big snails, and 4/6 ants on the fly at 66 feet, this season. Didn't use the Polymags on the ants. I have a good picture of a Polymag's expansion potential, I'll attach it, if I can figure out how. At 66 feet, I hit a soda can full of water placed in front of a gallon milk jug full of water. It stopped in the milk jug, with a perfect mushroom. The hollow area flattened perfectly. The muzzle velocity was 854 FPS, FPE 42.11.

Things I would have changed: I'd like to see screw-on lids for arthritic old hands like mine. Large tins in the 350 piece range would also be nice.

What others should know: These are very accurate in my regulated and professionally tuned MRod 25 , out to 40 yards. Extremely humane on rodents with 40 FPE power producing air guns. Buy them four at a time , and one is free from Pyramyd Air. Fred Fred

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By Oliver from USA on 2017-02-28
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Things I liked: Outstanding, deadly accurate

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By Seth from USA on 2017-02-25
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Things I liked: I zeroed these pellets at 25 yards in my Benjamin Trail NP XL in .25. From my experience they have been very accurate, and the groupings from 25+ yards away were excellent. Other airgunners have mentioned having flyers with this brand, but out of the hundreds of pellets I've put down range, I can't really recall any. For me, they fly true in .25. It is goes without saying, as others have mentioned, they pack a WALLOP. Again, from my experience in the field hunting, I can easily reach out 25+ yards and have complete penetration, with massive internal damage to vital organs. This massive shock through the target drops game like a rock, without any initial running off. I've hit rabbits out to 25+ yards in the vital region, and have had instant kills. The Predator Polymags deliver the perfect balance of penetration and internal shock to game. I was one, like many torn between the JSB Exact Kings for the accuracy often spoken about, but Polymags are just too devastating to game to pass up.

Things I would have changed: If there is one thing I would change, it would be that some of the pellets, but not awful amount, could have more uniform skirts. There are pellets in each tin that have slight skirt deformation, but not enough of them that I would consider passing up on these great pellets.

What others should know: If you are looking for a pellet that is accurate for a hollowpoint, allowing great penetration on small to medium game, while also causing massive internal shock to the game you are hunting, these are the pellets you are looking for. Not that you have to choose only one, but I was torn between the JSB Exact Kings or these Predator Polymags in .25, and I couldn't be happier. The Exact Kings have a great reputation for accuracy and penetration, but in my opinion, there is no other pellet out there as a hollowpoint that offers the accuracy, penetration, and packs the punch like the Predator Polymags. These are the perfect balance for hunting over any other pellet, in my opinion. Once you hunt with these and understand the balance they provide, and how well they kill, you'll understand why I prefer these over any other. As previously stated, they pack a a MAJOR WALLOP. Enough said. Great pellet, and I hope more airgun hunters give them a fair try. In my opinion, a truly underrated pellet.

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  • nervous twitch from USA asked:

    will this predator poly mag fit in the .25 cal FX Wildcat?

    • Andrew from USA asked:

      Does anyone know the average velocity these put out in the AirForce TalonP on the lowest power setting? Trying to gather this info for the chairgun program. Thanks!

      • Ed from USA:

        polymag is medium weight. setting on highest by caliber; Light Pellet; Medium Pellet; Heavy Pellet; Talon 18" barrel, .25 950 800 700; my guess, at the lowest setting might be as much as 15% lower velocity.

    • randy from USA asked:

      How are these in the hatson model 135

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