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H&N Smart Shot Copper Plated Lead BBs by Air Venturi
Ricochet from hard surfaces is virtually gone because the customary, lightweight steel has been replaced with much heavier lead. And because these lead BBs undergo a double copper-plating process, they have less friction, offer increased velocity and even more distance than plain lead balls. The copper plating also helps to prevent deformation of the BB and keeps them shiny and clean from oxidation during handling and storage. Even though the Smart Shot BBs travel a little slower than steel, because they're heavier than steel, they hit with added power.
Excite Smart Shot Lead BBs are double-copper-coated BBs with the exact same diameter as steel BBs (4.35mm). What does that mean for you? You get a better ammunition choice for your spring-loaded BB gun magazines that won't foul up your barrel with lead residue. Now you can shoot at steel targets, shoot competitively, and even shoot indoors with the Smart Shot BBs in your BB handgun or rifle. The copper coating makes their surface much harder than traditional lead balls, yet they still flatten on impact. Smart Shot BBs offer a whole new world of target choices for you to shoot at.
Choose the heavyweight Smart Shot BBs and you'll be surprised by their performance, penetration, and low ricochet.
Learn more about the Smart Shot BB at Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog.
Item Code: AV-SS002NBP [PY-P-1440]
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Things I liked: Excellent Product !! Nice smooth lead BBs. Great for indoor plinking using a metal trap, without typical BB ricochet. At about 500 fps they flatten to about half their diameter. I sure wish these had been around when I was a kid. These heavier BBs seem to have more "punch" out of my shorter CO2 pistols.
Things I would have changed: NOT A THING
What others should know: As with heavier loads in firearms, more energy from the propellant is transferred to the projectile in shorter barrels because it's moving a little slower so there's more time to transfer that energy than faster moving lighter loads. Even though I haven't run the numbers, I "think" these are superior in knock down power out of my otherwise 485 and 520 fps pistols. The "thump" certainly seems more prominent than a "ding" as more energy is then transferred to the target rather than bouncing off of it.
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