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PY-P-1050

Seneca 9mm, 67 Grains, Round Ball, 200ct

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Seneca 9mm, 67

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Seneca 9mm, 67 Grains, Round Ball, 200ct

  • 9mm (.358" dia.)
  • 67 grains
  • Round ball
  • 200ct


Get high-quality ammo for your big bore air rifle. Made in the U.S.A.




Item Code: AV9mm/358/RB [PY-P-1050]

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Caliber.357 /9mm
Ammo TypeRound Balls
Suggested forHunting
Weight67.0gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size9.09 mm
Quantity200

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Things I liked:

Price is OK I guess

Things I would have changed:

This is extremely disappointing for air venturi. And everyone else said there is a bug uneven bump which is OK in like my Benjamin but doesn't cycle correctly in my other guns. Now the only reason I'm giving it one star and for anyone who wants round ball, go to black Powder bullets and look up .36 round ball, you have way more size options from like. 34 to .357 and they are absolutely perfect shape for something like 9$. Absolutely no reason horinday can make a perfect round ball but air venturi can't, or the fact that they actually looked at these and said this is fine. Nin existent quality control I guess. I even got some round ball from random seller on ebay that was much nicer.and who ever said just grind them that's totally missing the point that you can get other round ball thats perfect for cheaper.

What others should know:

Learn how cast a round ball?

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Things I liked:

These are very accurate out of my bt65 .35 cal hatsan carnivore. I shoot squirrels at 100 yards with head shots!

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

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I recommend giving them a try!

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Things I liked:

These are great for plinking. I shoot these out of my bulldog and I can get half inch groups at 35 yards If I sort them. About 30, out of the 200 will have rough casting/mold marks. Almost like little pedestals. So you sort the good ones and toss the bad ones or, you take 10 minutes with a file or sanding block and smooth out the 30 rough ones

Things I would have changed:

Would like better consistency.

What others should know:

These are great for plinking and ARE accurate If sorted. I can get half inch, to 1 inch groups at 35 yards with my bulldog. These penetrate the most, out of everything I've used. Insane penetration! Probably because there shape and how they withold there mass. Also there very lightweight thus achieving blistering fast velocity. These could easily take large game out to 50 yards or even 100 yards If sorted. I was hitting 2 Inch groups at 50 yards and could consistently hit clay pigeons at 100 yards and they didn't drop as much or as fast. Im sure they would make a complete pass through on the body/chest of a deer or other large game within 25--35 yards.

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  • rafajpg from USA asked:

    Hi, could I shoot these ammo with a Benjamin Bulldog .357?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      Yes.We do not know if the round balls will stay in the magazine.

  • pelletman from USA asked:

    WILL THESE ROUND BALLS FIT THE MAG OF THE HATSAN HERCULES BULLY 35/9MM WITHOUT FALLING OUT

    • Mark from USA answered:

      No . round balls will not stay in magazines.

  • Gregory from Canada asked:

    Can I shoot these with my Crosman .380 cal trapmaster 1100? Would I wrap the ball in a bit of cloth and load it into the pklastic shot shell? I was told that .375 cal balls was the ideal roundball to use but steel slingshot ammo that is 3/8" is the only ammo i've found here ...maybe i will have to settle on steel slingshot ammo.

    • Kirk from USA answered:

      Don't know about the Crossman Trapmaster, but your question about ball diameters caught my eye. The 0.375 ball diameter is what is used in the 36 caliber black powder revolvers. They are readily available anywhere that you can get black powder supplies and equipment. Hornady and Speer and Traditions all make swaged roundball in several sizes with 0.375 being just one. The 9mm roundball offered here isn't a size that is used with black powder, but if 0.375 is the size you need you can get them anywhere black powder supplies are sold.

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