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Seneca .50 Cal, 185 Grains, Hollowpoint, 50ct

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Seneca .50 Cal

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  • .50 caliber
  • 185 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 50ct

Made in the U.S.A., these .50-caliber bullets are specially made for big bore air rifles.

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Item Code: AV50/185gr/PHP [PY-P-1046]

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By Ronald from USA on 2019-09-12
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Things I liked: Very accurate.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: With the dragon claw think it is important to seat them against the rifling with the same amount of pressure each time.


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By Onederer on 2019-07-13
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Things I liked: This product took a very long time to get to my house. Upon trying it in my Seneca 50 cal. Dragon Claw, and using up a whole box, I found that the rounds were all over the place. One cause was the thread saver at the end of the barrel was coming loose. Other cause is that the Dragon Claw's trigger is very hard to pull. The other problem is possibly that the rounds are not the right diameter, and seating loosely in the chamber.

Things I would have changed: Unfortunately, the cost of the .50 caliber rounds are too expensive to do any plinking with. Would like to try heavier rounds to see if the rifle would prefer that better, but the possibility of doing that doesn't seem possible, in the near future. Bring down the ammo prices. Make it affordable.

What others should know: The Seneca fifty caliber rifle will probably end up in the closet. I took it apart to see if I could improve the trigger problem. I greased the points of wear contact to see if that would help to lessen the heavy trigger pull. I did find out that there is no trigger adjustment. The Seneca simply has a very heavy spring. Lubing the wear points did help a little. Except for occasionally cleaning the barrel.

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By Craig from USA on 2018-11-27
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Things I liked: As I expected, was amazed that they stayed on target at 100 yds and was able to sight in my scope on the bulls eye. I am impressed.

Things I would have changed: nonthing

What others should know: Buy this product it is worth the money

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  • Edward from USA asked:

    Has any one chronographed these from a dragon claw?

    • leon from USA asked:

      what is the exact measure this ammo?

      • Dawn from USA asked:

        what type of gun do you use with these

        • John from USA:

          A .50 caliber PCP air rifle such as the Umarex Hammer. The 185 grain is shot with a 1100 fps Velocity. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.

        • David from USA:

          Any big bore guns like a Sam Yang or Evanix.

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