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List Price $19.99 Save $3.00 (15%)
Item Code: GA-632282154 [PY-P-1187]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Shoots good, hard impact
What others should know: A few are a little out of round, but not many.
Things I liked: Pellet to pellet, they are very consistent.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: These did not produce very consistent shots from my trail np2. Very hard coating is very hard on rifling.
Things I liked: Clean, accurate, very hard hitting (according to the squirrels formerly raiding my pecan trees). Chronograph reading varies only 4 FPS on 5 shot string using a Benjamin Trail NP.
Things I would have changed: Lower price. At $.16 per shot, they are priced equivalent to centerfire rifle bullets.
What others should know: I recommend coating them with brass cartridge case lube spray (Hornady One Shot or Lyman Case Lube). Seems to improve accuracy and keeps the barrel clean longer.
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I have Gamo Magnum .22 cal air rifle, 1300 FPS with platinum PBA pellets, but only 1150 FPS real world speed. I'm trying to find the right weight to FPS to achieve max FPE. Any suggestions? PBA pellets under 12 grain are too loud. Too heavy of a pellet decreases my down range distance. I'm looking for a balance between pellet weight and FPS for stable flight and max impact on game. All suggestions are welcome.
First Pellet weight will not reduce your range. It will increase accuracy at longer ranges. The more massive pellets are less vulnerable to cross winds. Speed bleeds off very quickly in light pellets. You will get much better FTLb with heavier pellets. It will also reduce the firing noise. Pellets are designed to be shot at subsonic speeds. Try 14 gr and 18 gr pellets.
Will these rounds fit in to an AT-44 .22 magazine???