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Item Code: BN-1235 [PY-P-626]
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Things I liked: Very inexpensive alternative pellet to practice with.
Things I would have changed: Nothing that we have control over.
What others should know: Semi accurate, regardless of what other reviews state. I tested these pellets using a fixed bench with a rifle vice made for accuracy testing with precision rifles ( FWB 800X and Anschutz 1905 in an aluminum stock) at 10 meters. Five-shot groups were the size of a pellet and a half or one of the five pellets strayed far enough to make a separate hole on several test groups. With that said based upon the price an excellent pellet for plinking. Think twice if real accuracy is important.
Things I liked: cheap fly very accurately from 12 ft lb or less guns
What others should know: my shooting is informal and I shoot for group size
Things I liked: These are my go-to economy pellets for practice and plinking. Compared to other economy pellets, the consistency is very uniform. They are fairly clean, too. Most of my guns pattern well with them.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. I have no complaints.
What others should know: Buy 4 tins at a time and they cost 2/3 cents each. Thats a great value. Other economy pellets I have tried were dirty and very inconsistent compared to these.
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Would the coating be such that the coating is a barrier from the lead content of the pellet? Could I consider this pellet to be a version of lean-free pellet?
No this is still a lead pellet regardless of the coating on any pellet. Lead is lead.
Beeman, made in China? whats wrong with this picture? William is correct imho, run from this pellet. and Beeman, shame on you.
Not knowing what the coating is, does the coating leave anything in the gun? or demand any special cleaning method?
The coatings on pellets actually make them more accurate the more you fire.