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Item Code: GA-632032454 [PY-P-78]
|Ammo Type||Round Balls|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Clean, no casting lines or sprues
Things I would have changed: Pack these in a BB style speed loader. The rounds are a bit fiddly to grab onto from inside the tin
What others should know: Kinda interesting in a P17. Groups are not very tight as compared to some of the better pellet choices, but not bad for casual plinking at 30 feet. I'm getting well under 1" once I reset my elevation for the reduced velocity
Things I liked: The spherical lead BB's are accurate, fly faster than regular pellets but being heavier hit harder.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing!
What others should know: Being lead, If shot from a high power air gun they definitely should be lubricated.
Things I liked: I love having a BB option that won't eventually tear up my rifled barrels! These work great in my multi-pump, dual ammo, rifles. It's great to keep some in the reservoir for those times when I just don't feel like loading a pellet one at a time or when pellets may not be handy. Also great when shooting BB guns in small spaces to reduce ricochet.
Things I would have changed: They're lead balls. Not much to change there.
What others should know: As I've said, these are a great option for any gun that will shoot BBs, but has a rifled barrel. However, the price per shot is about the same as your average, inexpensive, pellet. Given that, you should consider your own shooting needs before you choose to use these exclusively. I find them to be convenient and I know some who use them as finishing shots when hunting with higher end mulit-pumps but, IMO, most of the time, a pellet is your better option.
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Sorry if this is a dumb question, but can these be used in Action pistols as a low ricochet option as opposed to the Frangible or Copper plated BB's? Thanks all.
They should work. There are Smartshot.PY-P-1440 . Plated lead BB's.
can these be used in the Dan Wesson Pellet Revolver, Thanks
I have a Slavia Model 612 bb gun that is a .177. The manual states to shoot #11 shot. Are these and the same as #11 shot?