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Air Venturi .45 Cal, 166 Grains, Semiwadcutter, 50ct

Air Venturi .45 Cal, 166 Grains, Semiwadcutter, 50ct

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PY-P-942

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  • .45 caliber (0.457)
  • 166 grains
  • Semiwadcutter
  • 50ct


Air Venturi ammo for your .45-cal. air rifle. Uniform in shape, these are perfect for big bore air guns.


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Item Code: AV45/166gr/FP [PY-P-942]

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Caliber0.45"
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight166.0gr
Quantity50

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By Terry from USA on 2014-08-18
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2.52 ratings

Things I liked: What I expected.

Things I would have changed: Should get at least 100 pellets for the price.

What others should know: They are not pellet shaped but bullet shaped. The average weight per bullet per box was 159gr. The spread was between 161gr to 157gr. The caliber came in at .458 on average.

 

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By CHRISTI from USA on 2012-04-15
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5.02 ratings

Things I liked: accuracy, quality, velocity

Things I would have changed: offer more slugs for the money. A box of centerfire ammo cost about the same as these, but with centerfire you get brass, gun powder, primer, slug. With these you just get the slug, but it almost cost the same. The price should be less or you should get more for the same price.

What others should know: Shoots with a flat trajectory, very accurate, seats very well in the barrel of the sam yang 909. You get higher velocities and its not to light so the energy is carried down range and give you some good long range shots.

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By Ross from USA on 2012-01-15
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Things I liked: Consistant fit in barrel,tight groups.

Things I would have changed: The price. These are listed at just over $17.00 but by the time shipping fees are incurred I payed almost $30.00. Why am I paying more than twice the sales amount and I live in the same vicinity as the warehouse?

What others should know: This company needs to allow personal pickup of purchased products if it costs so much for locals to enjoy using their air rifles.

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  • Don from USA asked:

    Is it true these are too big for the Barrel of the Hatsan Hercules .25, but will only fit the Mag clip?

    • Don from USA:

      OH NO I was talking about my Hercules .45 not .25 lol So i made a typo lol

    • Tyler from USA:

      Well, they're .45.....so yes, wayyyyy too big for a .25 cal rifle

  • Don from USA asked:

    I hear that Vortex .45 Caliber Big Bore Supreme Pellets 168 Gr were made especially for the Hatsan Hercules over these?

    • Tyler from USA:

      I am not familiar with the Hatsan slugs, but it's possible they are made by the same manufacturer (which would explain the shape similarities). PA doesn't carry the Vortex ammo, so they're going to show you what they recommend of what they offer. That certainly doesn't mean that those are the only ammo options on the market.

    • Don from USA:

      Yes of course it makes sense so out of the two listed here which would be best as the 180Gr looks just like the Hatsan Vortex 168Gr Well then why would they advertise these are recommended for this on Pyramid web site. I would hate to think i wasted my money

    • Tyler from USA:

      Vortex is Hatsan's brand of pellet, so that would make sense

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