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Earn 28 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $30.00 Save $2.05 (6%)
Item Code: CR-177HB [PY-P-154]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: This are only second to the JSB 10.54s but cost 1/2 as much. I use them for the vast majority of my shooting in my powerful guns. I use the sister pellet, the 7.9 elsewhere.
Things I would have changed: Better box.
What others should know: This box is way better than the cans I have purchased, wildly better. Had I not seen that from other reviews, I would not have known to give them a try. So glad I did. These pellets can be not just for target and plinking but for serious shooting.
Things I liked: shoots great groups out of my weirauch HW100S after cleaning.
Things I would have changed: these have to be the dirtiest pellets I have ever purchased, they require agitation to clear slag from pellets before shooting. That being said I would still purchase them for my Weirauch due to accuracy for this rifle.
What others should know: amazingly enough these 177 pellets would not group as well as the JSB heavy with my Benjamin Marauder.
Things I liked: My go-to pellet for higher power 0.177 airguns. I use these in my Crosman Marauder, Theoben Sirocco, and Air Arms Pro Sport. Very consistent and very accurate in these guns. Heavier pellets are slower, but they're much better at retaining energy downrange. When I shot Field Target I learned that a lot of the top British shooters were using these, even in in 10 foot-pound guns. The trajectory wasn't as flat as with lighter pellets, but the 10.5s gave them better accuracy, wind bucking, and energy at the target.
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Are these not available in 22 anymore?
No, only in .177 now
What pellets should I order for the RWS Model 34 Panther Pro Compact? I'm purchasing this for my husband for Christmas. Is there anything else I should purchase - the main target will be squirrels.
Yes these work very well on squirrels. Good choice.
What is the head size?
No problem. I stand corrected.
4.50mm(some in the 4.49 range) measured with a highly accurate Pelletguage. Sorry Stanley, 4.43mm is wrong. I have never seen a .177 pellet head size as small as 4.43.
Measures 4.43mm or 0.174 inches.