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PY-P-1383

Predator Polymag, .35 Cal, 81.01 Grains, Pointed, 50ct

5.0 (21 reviews)
Predator Polymag, .35 Cal, 81.01 Grains, Pointed, 50ct

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  • 9mm
  • 81.01 grains
  • Pointed
  • 50 pellets


With 81.01 grains of weight behind it, knock over your quarry with authority! Combining the hollow head design with the sharp polymer tip delivers penetration and expansion second-to-none from your big bore air gun. The design results in extreme accuracy and serious knockdown power. Please note: These pellets may not fit in all PCP magazines as they are slightly longer than most pellets.

Item Code: PI-1014-50 [PY-P-1383]

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Caliber.357 /9mm
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight81.01gr
Ammo Shape
Length15.60 mm
Quantity50
Ballistic Coefficient0.044 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:

Extremely accurately and consistent shooting through my modified Benjamin Bulldog .357. I have found these to be excellent hunting pellets in .25, .30 and .357. I highly recommend them.

Things I would have changed:

Tins of 100 or 150 rounds would be nice.

What others should know:

Great hunting choice for medium sized game. The kind of accuracy and consistency that will give you the confidence to take the shot knowing they will do the job very effectively and humanely if you do your part behind the trigger. I can go back and forth between JSB Exact King .35 - which are the same grain weight - and the Polymag .35 with dead on accuracy and the same point of impact. So when I switch from target shooting to hunting, all I have to do is switch the pellet and I'm ready.

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Things I liked:

Very accurate at 50 yds from my Benjamin Bulldog .357 Bullpup. worked very well in that gun.

Things I would have changed:

Nothing.

What others should know:

I don't know enough about these to know if this is good or bad. My expectation was that these were hollow-point pellets that would expand on impact. However, when I shot them at full power at a 2" board, while they went completely through the board, they came out intact on the other side. I could see the rifling on the pellet and some of the red plastic was still there. I expected them to expand more at the back of the board. But maybe that expectation was wrong for a board and maybe they are not supposed to expand at all. That said, they are very accurate in my Bullpup and I am happy with them.

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Things I liked:

Likes: accurate, consistent size/shape, good weight Dislikes: cost

Things I would have changed:

More pellets per tin and cheaper price.

What others should know:

I was able to make a single shot tool so these can be used in my Hatsan Carnivore.35 without having to remove the tip. You have to come up with something that allows the pellet to enter the loading slot on an angle since the pellets are not just longer than the mag but longer than the slot as well. The tool has to allow the pellet to be turned as the polymer tip enters the chamber. If you are not up to this and you have a Carnivore, I would stick to the JSBs.

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  • Kris from USA asked:

    Will these fit in FX Impact MKII .35 Magazine?

    • James from USA asked:

      Will these fit, and fire from, the Benjamin Bulldog?

      • Mark from USA answered:

        They will shoot from the gun. They will probably not fit in the3 magazine. They will have to be single loaded.

    • SAM-PANAMA from Panama asked:

      Will they fit in the Magazine of Hatsan Hercules 0.357/9mm

      • Scrabbercat from USA answered:

        NO.. they DO NOT fit the Hatsan Hercules Magazine I purchased 4 tins and I am stuck with them..

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