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Newboy Senior pellets are quite heavy and are a good choice for hunting and plinking. In fact, domed pellets are known for their accuracy. If you like to hit your target, these are a good choice.
Item Code: SK-LP10055171D [PY-P-1082]
Things I liked: Skenco quality. Accurate. Heavy. Skenco works great in all my Magnum Hats, both Spring & Vortex, Break Barrel & Underlever. .22 or .25.
What others should know: Working w/ a Tuned Hat 150 Spring, and a Hat 135 Vortex. Direct correspondence w/ Hatsan USA, they say go for it. Any ways i use these at the barn on 20+lb Vermin. Im not trying to pick off Crows at 80 yrds w/ these. There heavy so there a little more quiet than an 18g. & Dont freak my Horses out. Been really windy here for months w/ El Nino. 18g stuff simply aint working. But again im using these at 5-15yrds or under, 25yrd max. POI is diff in height only. Simple, predictable Elevation adjustment w/ Peep sites and im on target. About an inch diff than a Poly Mag at 17yrds indoors. When i shot them outside at 25yrds they did fine. Deff keeping these and the 28g Skenco on hand. Glad i dont have to buy a bunch cause i wont be using a bunch.
Things I liked: Can't say anything good about them because I wasn't able to use them in my Hatsan AT44.
Things I would have changed: Make them shorter. These are a hair over 10 mm long.
What others should know: I only gave a low rating because I wasn't able to use them. They did not fit into the magazine of my Hatsan AT44-10 QE Long .22 cal PCP. I am sure they are good pellets, just not if you have a Hatsan AT44 series. Unfortunately they can't make pellets to fit every gun nor to please everyone. Just wish they would have worked for me, so don't let my review scare you if you have something other than a Hatsan AT44 PCP.
Things I liked: Nice size. Long with what appears consistent weight.
Things I would have changed: Pellet is small for my Air Force Condor. A little too small for fit which I think affected accuracy. Velocity was wide with about 100 fpe between slowest and fastest shots.
What others should know: THese were good for plinking and general target practice. Shot to shot accuracy was poor with about 2 inch groups at 30 years. Spreads a lot at 50 and shoots right of center at 75 yards. Overall these are alright in my Condor, but I would not hunt with them at longer ranges. I will say that the 2-3 birds I hit at 25 yards went down hard.
Does these pellets fit the MRod magazine?