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Gamo Master Point .177 Cal, 7.56 Grains, Pointed, 250ct

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • .177 caliber
  • 7.56 grains
  • Pointed
  • 250 pellets



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Item Code: Gamo-632063454 [PY-P-192]

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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forPlinking & target practice
Weight7.56gr
Quantity250

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By Gordon on 2020-06-08
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Things I liked: Pellet is as advertised.

Things I would have changed: Nothing - pellet is as advertised.

What others should know: Ammo is always subjective to a particular gun, speed and intended use. I'm reviewing using a Beeman R9 .177. The idea of a point seems to be deeper penetration. However, I find no significant penetration over a domed shape pellet shooting into a pine board or particle board at 20 yards. Niether pellet shoots through the boards and both have the same observable penetration. Shooting into an old book the pointed pellet may penetrate 7-10 pages deeper than an equally weighted Gamo Hunter, but the domed pellet does more damage in the channel it creates. In my gun pointed pellets produce occasional flyers and do not shoot as accurately or consistency as domed. If you intend to hunt small pests and or want the most accurate pellet I see no advantage with a pointed shape. The point does deform - but would not out perform the domed for hunting IMO.

 

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By Daniel from USA on 2020-05-13
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Things I liked: Not much, seems like 1 out of every 3 actually fit the barrel!

Things I would have changed: Casting is terrible, the ridges prevent 2:3 of them from Being fired. I seared one that was snug due to casting and had to dig it out with forceps as it jammed in the barrel

What others should know: Pass on these.:.you may get a better batch, but in my book why chance it with so many other options

 

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By John from USA on 2019-03-24
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Things I liked: I liked the pointed design, 7.56 grain weight, and the accuracy.

Things I would have changed: Nothing. I purchased them for what they were.

What others should know: I conducted a chronograph of 5 shots over my Competition Electronics Digital ProChrono. I shot them with my oldest breakbarrel air rifle, a .177 Gamo Hunter 220. Temperature was 61 degrees and sunny with a 10 mph wind. Land altitude was 400 feet above sea level. Chronograph of five pellets were: 895, 891, 885, 897, and 881 fps, averaging 890 fps. The accuracy of 5 shots at a 2 inch target, 80 feet away, resulted in all hits impacting in a 1 inch group, no fliers. This pellet was ordered primarily for my Gamo Hunter 220, for which it is a very good match. I would order this pellet again. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.

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  • edwin from USA asked:

    will the gamo master points fit into my umarex sa-10 pistol mags, or the Crossman vigilanty

    • Mark from USA:

      They should work.

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