Date: 17/10/2018 4:37
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Customers Q&A on JSB Exact Beast Diabolo .177 Cal Pellets, 16.20 Grains, Domed, 250ct

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  • Jeffrey from USA asked:

    Hi All, Can anyone tell me the drop at 100 yards? This is assuming a 15-25 yard zero. I have gotten great groups from this pellet at 50 yards and in, but when I try to take it out to 100, I can't even hit the target. I know it to not be a problem with the rifle or scope because I shoot other pellets at this distance just fine. Thanks

    • Greg from USA asked:

      Will these fit in a Weihrauch Magazine for HW100 ?

      • Morten from Denmark asked:

        Would these be good for Hatsan BT65 SB Elite 4,5mm?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Yes

      • Richard from USA asked:

        Would these be good for my RWS 350 Magnum, I'm using 13.43 grains now.

        • Christophe from USA:

          Might be a wee bit too heavy for your break barrel. This might work in a Gamo Magnum, or maybe the Hatsan 125 or 135 series, as these guns are of considerable more power than your RWS. I would think that the 13 grain is about as heavy as you want to go in your Diana 350, without risking spring fatigue in your gun.

      • James from USA asked:

        What luck has been found with these out of a Discovery? Thanks.

        • Curtis from USA asked:

          How are these with a Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper?

          • Mohammed from India asked:

            What's the head size?

            • Leadpoyzinun from USA:

              4.54. Measured with a "Pelletguage"(Pelletguage.com). But, that's measurements the "Beasts" where they were first introduced a few years ago. I can not say for sure that the 4.54mm head size measurement holds true for them now. Hopefully JSB has changed them to a bit smaller diameter these days. If someone knows for sure, I would like to hear from them.

          • deerflyguy from USA asked:

            Does anyone think these will perform adequately in a Ruger Air Magnum or a Beeman(Weihrauch)R9? If so, what would the range limits for either gun?

            • James from USA:

              Try a Stoeger X50, massive power. Yes a Ruger Air Magnum would spit them just fine. A R1 or HW80 may even handle them. Oh and a RX2 would like them also.

            • phillip from USA:

              they wil I have a stoeger x20 camo version and let me tell you die dime size groups at 20yrds awesome its true some springers will shoot these no problem you don't have to get a pcp

          • Omar from USA asked:

            How will they behave in a feurkraft rifle?

            • Dan the Man from USA:

              I feel that their way too heavy.

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