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Gamo Hunter .22 Cal, 15.42 Grains, Domed, 250ct
Item Code: Gamo-632052554 [PY-P-191]
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Things I liked: dead on out of my gauntlet
Things I liked: Price. Fairly well shaped shot ,not too many out of round in the tin.
Things I would have changed: Bigger container. If what you're shooting has a magazine it would be nice to be able to get more shots per purchase. Not everybody wants to blow a hundred and eighty bucks to get the shipping for free.
What others should know: Both my medium power Gamo IGT rifles like this round. Can't help you if you have a 22 Springer. IDK.
Things I liked: I was pleasantly surprised by how snugly they fit the breech of my .22 Striker 1000x & Crosman 160 Pellgun I restomodded. Accurate with good penetration. The domed shape seems to be among the best for over-all use. Both aerodynamically and penetration-wise. I installed the Archer replacement valve ( Crosman redesign from 1963) in my 160 Pellgun. And with this pellet it got it's highest ever FPE of 11.76! Not bad for a variant one of 1955-56 vintage. Even the 1000x performed well with them.
Things I would have changed: I tend to agree that these later, read new label offerings are of better quality. Keep improving quality control and these pellets will consistently perform as well as JSB, RWS, or even H&N!
What others should know: At least visually sort your pellets for bent skirts or off calibers mixed in. And keep your bore clean, as the rifles tend to break in faster when cleaned after every session. Why? Because pellets make a black crud very similar to a powder burner to the eye. It's the antimony in the lead the pellets are made from, and whatever is used to coat them. These things can definitely effect performance.
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