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Item Code: BN-1235 [PY-P-626]
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Things I liked: The Beeman coated wadcutter has proven itself to be the most consistently accurate .177 pellet I've found for all my air and CO2 pellet rifles and pistols.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: If you can't get one hole groups at 25 yards with the Beeman its the gun or you its definitely not the pellet.
Things I liked: I do not live and breathe air guns but this is the best pellet (out of four other types) I've used in my 0.177 Hatsan Edge Vortex. Precision is the key word here.
Things I would have changed: Nothing to see here...
What others should know: The fit of these pellets in the breech is very precise. Out of 2,000, ZERO have fallen from the breech. Other 0.177 pellets, e.g., those found at Wallies, have fallen out of the breech without me knowing it.
Things I liked: Coating is a good idea
What others should know: They do not work in my Sig Sauer P226. Constant jams in 16 shot double 8 rotary magazine.
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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.