Date: 23/5/2019 7:55

Customers Q&A on Air Venturi .358 Cal, 190 Grains, Flat Point, 50ct

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  • Isaac from USA asked:

    Will these work in a benjamin bulldog?

  • Trenton from USA asked:

    Would these work in the Evanix Rex .357?

    • Tyler from USA:

      I wouldn't recommend these for the Rex, these are a little larger in diameter than what you'd want for the Rex

  • Mark from USA asked:

    How long is this round? Thanks.

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  • George from USA asked:

    Why does the box say .357 after I got it being ordered as .358. Not nit picking but how are you supposed to know when the box says .357 on the outside. Thanks

    • Tyler from USA:

      In the case of the 190 grain .358 ammo, it is the only 190 grain PA sells in .35 caliber. They label it as .357 for some reason. The two .358 ammo options available on Pyramyd are labeled .357 on the boxes, but they are .358. The other .35 cal offerings in the AV ammo line are all labeled 9mm because they are closer to .356.

  • craig from USA asked:

    Is it 50 or 100 ? And can they be loaded in a Bulldog ?

    • Tyler from USA:

      50, and I don't believe so. They're a little too long

  • James from USA asked:

    Can you tell me what the brinnell hardness of these bullet is?, are they pure lead or alloy?

    • Luis from USA:

      I've never tested the hardness number, but I've used Air Venturi ammo before. They're soft enough for any air rifle with a bore big enough to handle them. At the same time, they're a little to hard to be pure lead. My guess is 90% lead, 10% alloying agents. They're still soft, but harder than pure lead.