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Gamo Red Fire
The Gamo Red Fire has a pointed, red polymer tip that delivers an expanding mushrooming effect on impact.
Gamo Red Fire .22 Cal, 15.4 Grains, Polymer Tip, 125ct
Item Code: GA-632270454 [PY-P-1347]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Screw top lid w/ sight window is nice . Great quality control ; no damaged skirts or missing poly tips . I buy them because my rifle loves these over all else ....bottom line . Slighty smaller diameter than other pellets is the ticket for "my" rifle .
Things I would have changed: Closer tolerances in the swagging is the only thing that comes to mind . Not that the size is all over the place , but when you seat every pellet in a break barrel by hand ; you can feel when one is different .
What others should know: My air rifle is a break barrel Benjamin NP2 in .22 , tuned trigger , (secret) moly coated the barrel . Crazy accurate .
Things I liked: Quality and a very accurate pellet. Small game does know what hit them. Size of these pellets are really uniform.
Things I would have changed: More pellets per tin.
Things I liked: Excellent penetration on large ground squirrels. All hits were through and through with adequate expansion. Accuracy was acceptable, but not great out of a Gamo Swarm Magnum out to 30 meters.
Things I would have changed: If the lead were a little softer, expansion might be greater like the Predator Polymag Shorts. The plastic tip could be longer where it is seated in the pellet to form a deeper hollow point and better expansion.
What others should know: For about the same price, the Predator Polymag Shorts were more accurate and expanded better with the same penetration through the Gamo Swarm Magnum. Not bad pellets, but they could be better.
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Nice irregular SEEM running the length of the lead. Anyone know if this screws up accuracy? seems as large as it is ,it's gotta have some effect .
I thought the seams would affect accuracy too but surprisingly I found this pellet very accurate in both my Benjamin Steel Eagle gas piston rifle & Marauder pistol in .22. The .177 version is very accurate as well. Can be expensive shooting as tin count is only 125/tin so best for hunting.
Surprisingly it has no ill effect on performance, these pellets work well in all my springers and group great,not so much in my PCPs but superb accuracy in springers