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Air Venturi 9mm, 67 Grains, Round Ball, 200ct

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Air Venturi 9mm

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Air Venturi 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.




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

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

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By Matt from USA on 2019-06-28
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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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By Ryan from USA on 2019-01-14
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Things I liked: Nothing

Things I would have changed: Quality checks. I would not shoot these out of my gun bc all of the pellets are not perfectly round. Every pellet in the box had mold marks on them that would destroy rifling on my barrel

What others should know: Dont buy these. Go for any other pellet. I love the brand just hated this pellet in peticular

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By Philip from USA on 2016-07-14
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Things I liked: The ones without remaining flashing were very consistent at .356" and shot very well out of a custom airgun using 9mm barrel liner.

Things I would have changed: Cleaner balls. Many had remaining flashing or flat spots.

What others should know: For the money, I got 177 count of the 200 in fantastic shape. Tossed the messed up balls into the scrap lead bin.

 

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  • rafajpg from USA asked:

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

    • Mark from USA:

      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:

      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.

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