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List Price $17.59 Save $1.60 (9%)
Item Code: AA-PF2551 [PY-P-573]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.51 mm|
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Things I liked: Print and shoot about the same as JSB 15.89 Grain but $3 cheaper per tin. Very accurate out of my Diana Stormrider. Use these for plinking and long range hunting out to 50 yards. Cycle and chamber great in my Diana Stormrider.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Watch for pass throughs at distances under 30 yards. At under 25 yards I use H&N Crow Magnums for total expansion no pass through shots.
Things I liked: very good very well made.
Things I would have changed: Some of the skirts were very bent up.
What others should know: It's like a 50/50 chance. When tin might be good the other 10 might not be.
Things I liked: Consistency, quality These pellets are a notch above the ordinary JSB line. You will have different sizes from different dye lots, but the pellets supplied in each tin are all exactly the same and I've verified this numerous times as per Pelletgage. I've done the same with the normal JSB lines, and I've seen as many as 6 different sizes in one tin, and most of them are 5.50 which is too small for my gun making them useless. I swage them back to 5.52 if they are too big. My gun is a Diana 56th with a 12X SWFA SS optic. The 16 grain offer more velocity then the heavy 18 grains, and groups as well 40 meters out. I am looking forward to accuracy, velocity testing and calculating their BC out to 75 meters. I've has success with the 18 grainers out to 110 meters.
Things I would have changed: screw on lid for all product lines, no other improvement suggestions
What others should know: When you figure out the best head size for your gun, compare these with the other weight of pellets of the Air Arms line (no I'm not marketing) and chrony them at the muzzle and out as far as possible to establish their Ballistic Coefficient with Chairgun Pro or something simillar. That will tell you what pellet is most efficient for your air rifle. This is coming from my own personal experimentation and how I would approach it again personally from now on.
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What's is the Ballistics Coefficients of these bullets with different muzzle velocity?
I don't have a chrono,but was asking what the FPE are with my Benjamin NP varmint power pack
with 16 grain pellets you are getting under 700fps