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List Price $5.50 Save $1.05 (19%)
Item Code: BN-1235 [PY-P-626]
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Things I liked: I got these for practice with my 10 meter pistol. They give very tight groups and seem to work well. I thought that being coasted was a bit strange, but it seems to give them a good level of uniformity. What this will do to my barrel remains to be seen. Overall, a good but inexpensive pellet.
Things I would have changed: A screw on lid versus a snap on lid. Also have about a dozen with damaged/deformed skirts. A large tin would probably help this
What others should know: Pyramyd does a great job of packaging these for shipment.
Things I liked: Price, quality and uniform size.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: These work very well in my lower fps airguns.
Things I liked: I liked the 500 pellets at the price. They grouped better than the 5 other wadcutters at 20 feet out of my revolvers especially the smooth bore dual ammo revolvers.
Things I would have changed: The lid of the tin does latch on in any way. I use tape or rubber band.
What others should know: The insides of the skirts are a bit ragged on some pellets but didn't affect them at short indoors range.
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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.