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PY-P-1087

JSB Match Diabolo Exact, .35 Cal, 81.02 Grains, Domed, 100ct

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JSB Match Diabolo Exact, .35 Cal, 81.02 Grains, Domed, 100ct

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JSB Match Diabolo Exact, .35 Cal, 81.02 Grains, Domed, 100ct

  • 9mm
  • 81.02 grains
  • Domed
  • 100 pellets


JSB 9mm pellets have been tested in Evanix semi-auto 9mm air rifles and found to be most accurate out of all the 9mm/.357 ammo tried.

Item Code: JSB9mm-EXACT [PY-P-1087]

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Caliber.357 /9mm
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight81.02gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size9.04 mm
Length10.70 mm
Quantity100
Ballistic Coefficient0.045 A measure of the potential to retain velocity. Changes as velocity changes. A pellet or bullet with a high BC (a large number) will continue to fly much longer than a pellet or bullet with a low BC.
Muzzle Velocity820 fps

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Things I liked:

JSB Exact Match Diabolo 81.02 grain .35 pellets pair well with my stock Benjamin Bulldog. Groups are good out to 50-60 yards from the bench rest. I have often shot pellet on top of pellet from a gun rest from 25-50 yds out with consistent results. This is great considering the Bulldog is more of a hammer than a precision instrument. The dome of the pellet gets good expansion upon impact into wood and maintains the expected form and size for the caliber. I have not used these for anything other than target practice and plinking. Caveat *I have not chronographed these pellets.*

Things I would have changed:

The skirts tend to get damaged in transit due to jostling and being packed loosely inside of the tins. A screw top would be good to keep tins from opening and spilling pellets in range/field bags. A pellet pouch is also an option. I would appreciate more pellets for the price point as well.

What others should know:

I use screw-top tins when going to the range with these. I also reuse the red tape that comes on the tins to keep the lids secured. Some people may want to comb through their pellets to select the best and most consistent shaped pellets due to knicked skirting on some diabolos.

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Things I liked:

They are accurate, good general purpose round

Things I would have changed:

The cost.

What others should know:

These work well for sighting in getting on paper. Then use your round of choice to dial in.

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Things I liked:

Precision

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

What others should know:

Is the most accurate

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  • James from USA asked:

    What grain .357 pellet was the 730fps done with? What is the fpe for the .357?

    • Edward from USA asked:

      would they think about coming out with a sharper tip for penetration

      • cherokeesteve from USA answered:

        There are Predator Polymags in .35, made by JSB. They are longer so will not fit all magazines.

      • Cory from USA answered:

        I would doubt it as pointed pellets do not gain much in penetration and have potential to be less accurate down range.

    • Jeff from USA asked:

      Any word if these pellets will work with the new Benjamin Bulldog .357?

      • william from USA answered:

        yes the work in the bulldog 357 the best round i have found for that gun

      • Cory from USA answered:

        We have not been able to test them yet as the Bulldog has not released at this time but they should be a good choice.

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