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Gamo Red Fire .22 Cal, 15.4 Grains, Polymer Tip, 125ct

Gamo Red Fire .22 Cal, 15.4 Grains, Polymer Tip, 125ct

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Gamo Red Fire

  • .22 caliber
  • 15.4 grains
  • Polymer pointed tip
  • 125 pellets
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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


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Item Code: GA-632270454 [PY-P-1347]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight15.4gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity100

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By eric from USA on 2018-06-04
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Things I liked: The packaging was how my scope from Optic Planet should have arrived, each Tin had their own 1" foam pad with cardboard in between. when i ordered the Red Fire and two other pellet tins they gave me another of this one for free Thanx! PA., as i forgot to specify my forth style pellet. so far i have no loose tips. ems

Things I would have changed: Not a darn thing.

What others should know: PA takes awhile to ship, but i do not hold that against them. they are a busy establishment.

 

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By marc from USA on 2018-05-31
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Things I liked: went through entire tin, no bent skirts. did not have any detached points. clean

Things I would have changed: only knock is price.

What others should know: my bsa r10 se shot these nice and tight at 30 yds. equal to jsb domes. where as predator polymag shorts failed badly. but that was my gun, yours may differ.

 

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By Riccardo from USA on 2018-01-08
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Things I liked: Dead on accurate. I found a tin lying around, no doubt left over from the days I was trying to find a good pellet for my two break barrels, and I decided to give them a try in my new Hatsan AT44S-10 QE. Boy the group was so tight I could hardly tell where the next pellet was hitting! the one "flyer" was about an inch off!

Things I would have changed: These are classified as hunting pellets but the Polymer tip had fallen off of several pellets in the tin and I am Leary of tipped pellets for hunting if you plan on keeping the meat as the tip tends to get lost in the prey.

What others should know: Beware, both of my break barrels, Gamo Maxxim Swarm, and Umarex Octane Elite, hated these and groups were big and Ugly!

 

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  • jeff from USA asked:

    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 .

    • Jason from USA:

      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.

    • Andrew from USA:

      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

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