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Item Code: CR-LUM77 [PY-P-311]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Very uniformed in shape and weight. Heavier for better long distance shooting.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: A must for extreme powered.177 air rifles. I think the longer skirt helps with long distance pellet stability.
Things I liked: Not bad. A bit dirty and a few pellets have a pretty good seam
Things I would have changed: Get rid of the seams and the extra lead flakes
Things I liked: Everything. The solid dome head and the weight. The price for 500 count and screw on lid. The nice snug fit. Flies straight, true, and hits hard. Consistent.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: Conducted accuracy and chronograph test today in 88 degrees, high humidity, heavy air, sunny, windless and clear skies at 200 feet above sea level. A five shot ProChrono Digital Chronograph test result was shot with my .177 Umarex Octane (original). Results were 917, 915, 931, 922, 931 fps, average is 927 fps. Accuracy test was conducted in my backyard range, with a 12 inch by 12 inch box with a 2 inch RangeMaxx target stuck on it. The Umarex Octane was zeroed in yesterday. Todays 5 shot accuracy did not miss the 1 inch inner circle with 5/8 inch bullseye, 80 feet away. Scope used was the Umarex 3-9X40AO that is standard equipment on the Umarex Octane. I recommend this pellet, which is my go-to. No flawed or damaged pellets are/were in this tin. Woodys World
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These obviously weigh and look the same in the pictures as the Premier Heavy 10.5 grain box of 1250 pellet but are they really the same pellets? Facts only please.
Does this fit in the umarex SA10
Its It is a CO2 BB/Pellet pistol with a maximum velocity of 420 fps. Why would you want to shoot a 10.5 grain heavy .177 pellet. It will eat up all that velocity. It will not have 420 fps shooting that, more like 200 fps. You would do a lot better shooting 6-7 grain lite pellets.
will these work with a bb gun that has the same caliber and mm
The Crosman multi-pumps are designed for BBs and pellets. The breech slide bolt is magnetic to hold the BBs so they do not roll down and out of the barrel. The pellets will stay in place. For years, I shot hundreds of each out of my Crosman 760 with no problems. Still have it. It shoots PBAs at 783 fps. No jams ever happened. Bought the Crosman 760 in 1967 for $39.00. It came with Crosman flat head pellets and Copperhead BBs. Woodys World.
No never put a pellet in a bb gun even if its the same caliber and mm it jam your gun bb guns aren't meant for pellets