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ASG Blaster Steel BBs, .177 Cal, 5.4 grains, Speedloader Bottle, 1500ct

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ASG Blaster Steel BBs

  • .177 cal
  • 5.4 grains
  • 1,500 rds



Since these ASG steel BBs come in a handy feeder bottle, loading your gun or magazine will be that much easier.

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Item Code: ASG-15936 [PY-P-1200]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypeBBs
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Ammo Shape

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By Jon from USA on 2017-11-19
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Things I liked: Nice bbs , price is very fair, seem to be very clean , but not the most accurate in my co2 blowback bb pistols shot at 15yards off a beach , will need more testing.

Things I would have changed: Not a thing , really cannot find any flaws


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By James from USA on 2016-08-29
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Things I liked: Haven't shot well enough to know how these BBs compare in accuracy to Avanti or H&N lead. Seem to work fine in my 75th Anniversary Red Ryder and old POWER LINE 1200 CO2 pistol.

Things I would have changed: Catalog weights shown. Pyramid lists all their BB's as weighing 5.1 grain, except the ASG Blaster as 5.4 grain. I wanted a slightly larger BB for the shot tube in my late 1920's Model 25 so I tried the Blasters. Whoops,they measure slightly smaller in diameter and lighter in weight than the Avanti My measurements show ASG Blaster actual weight 5.3 grains, diameter 0.175 - 0.1720". Daisy Avanti weighed 5.4 grains, and mike'd 0.173" dia. H&N just for fun were 7.6 grains, 0.1710 - 0.1715" diameter. Weighed ten BB's at a time & divided the result by 10 to get one BB weight. Used an RCBS Model 5-0-2 reloading scale, mfg by Ohaus in USA. Micrometer old one from Dixie Gun Works. All this because I am a picky engineer. In reality, one needs try various BB's in one's own gun. Results may not be all that predictable, based on others' reviews.

What others should know: All steel BBs are cheap. Shoot more!

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By Anthony from USA on 2016-07-24
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Things I liked: Great quality, consistent, no jams, nice spout

Things I would have changed: Lower the price, or get more BBs in a bigger bottle for the same price

What others should know: I like the silver BBs over the copper. They are cleaner, no rust, very consistent.


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  • Mark from USA asked:

    Woupld someone with an accurate micrometer measure the diameter of a sampling of these BBs? If they are in fact heavier, a larger diameter could be the reason...

    • Mark from USA:

      The weight has more to do with the steel alloy than size. All BB's are nominally .177 cal.

  • Andy from Canada asked:

    If it's "Accuracy" you're After, and you don't mind spending an extra few bucks,,,,,,,,The Absolute Best BB/Lead Rounds you can use are H&N Rundkugelns(Roundball) are the 4.45mm offerings, They are a touch larger than Regular BB's, but not as large as the regular .177 4.5mm Lead "Rounds", You'll see your Accuracy increase 10 fold, and think you're actually firing a Pellet dedicated pistol. Cheer's Andy.

    • captaincrow from USA asked:

      what is it that makes these heavier? are they lead?

      • Tyler from USA:

        They may use a different mix of materials than others. You'd have to ask ASG about the composition.

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