Date: 22/5/2019 15:49

Customers Q&A on H&N Excite Smart Shot .177 Cal, 7.4 Grains, Copper Plated Lead BBs, 500ct

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  • Larry from USA asked:

    Will these hold their shape in a Drozd machine pistol magazine? Pure lead .177 ball pellets do not and deform, jamming the airgun. Thanks!

    • Tyler from USA:

      They should. The coating is pretty thick so they are much harder than the pure lead BBs

  • Ernest from USA asked:

    Do the H&N Excite Smart Shot 0.177 cal, 7.4 grain, copper plated LEAD BBs work in the Daisy 880?

    • Tyler from USA:


  • Ernest from USA asked:

    Do the H&N excite smart shot .177, 7.4 gr, copper coated LEAD BBs work in the Daisy 880?

    • Alex from USA:

      Not reliably, the 880 uses a magnetic piece to pick up BB's from the reservoir. Though you can kind of shake one into place and shoot it that way.

  • Tyron from USA asked:

    Hello, will these BBs work in a Umarex XBG pistol?

    • Gaddy from USA:

      just a little bit on the heavier side but can work for short target practice.

    • Stanley from USA:


  • Tyron from USA asked:

    Will these BBs work in a Umarex XBG pistol?

    • Stanley from USA:


  • joverton from USA asked:

    will these work in a umerex morph 3x

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  • stephen from Canada asked:

    would these work in a pellet rifle with a rifled barrel or just be apt to roll thru the barrel

    • stephen from Canada:

      ok thanks val

    • Mark from USA:

      they will just roll through the .177 barrel since these are in reality smaller than .177 (.171-.173 like the regular steel BBs). You will want to try these: H&N Rundkugel, .177 Cal, 7.7... in a rifled 4.5mm/.177 barrel

  • Jack from USA asked:

    How will these new BB's work in the Crosman multi pump M-177?

    • Mark from USA:

      no, because that one uses a magnet to pull BB out of the reservoir and these are lead.

  • Melinda from USA asked:

    Do they hit just as hard as the daisy and etc bbs?

    • Mark from USA:

      They weigh more than steel BBs. How hard they hit depends on the gun, I guess?