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Earn 9 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $15.00 Save $6.01 (40%)
Item Code: GA-6322544CP54 [PY-P-500]
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Things I liked: I started shooting the Tomahawk pellet, having just been shooting the "Rocket's" in my .177 Gamo Swarm Maxxim. Usually, I have to shoot 20-30 shot's to achieve the kind of group's that I would like at 25 yards. I didn't have to adjust my scope at all after the switch... My first 10 shots went right where I put them with the exception of one "flyer", which still landed in the "kill zone". 6 out of 10 of my shot's were within a 1" group. Considering the other Gamo pellet's quality, I am impressed with the Tomahawk. I had more skirt crimps and defects with the pricier and supposedly higher quality pellets than I have with the Tomahawk's. In my opinion, these are the best Gamo pellets in circulation currently, due to the quantity of the pack and the consistent accuracy of the pellet.
Things I would have changed: If I could change anything, I would want to see a non-lead, high quality version of this pellet.
What others should know: When you shoot a different pellet than what you have been using, you will almost always have to re-sight your scope, don't blame the pellet for shooting "off" if you haven't done this. Also, no matter what brand of pellet you choose, or what gun you shoot, you are still shooting an "Air Gun", you will occasionally have shot's that are "inconsistent". Some folk's expect more than that from their shooting and it can be frustrating, especially when you're hunting and you miss your shot, just be patient, "flyers" are part of air-gunning. Even folks who have extremely high dollar setups, suffer from the same problem.
Things I liked: Great price.
Things I would have changed: Head size?
What others should know: I have a Crosman TR77 that is deadly accurate with these out to 20yds. None of my other airguns shoot that well with these.
Things I liked: The only thing good that I can say about these pellets is the price. They are okay for tin cans and that is about it.
Things I would have changed: Gamo needs better quality control. Based on the way they fit in my varous air guns, there are at least 3 head sizes - one that has to be forced into the breach, one that falls out of Crosman 1077 clips, and one in between.
What others should know: About the only use that I can see for these pellets is backyard plinking. I have informally sized some of these pellets by loading them into the 1077 clips. I toss the ones that fall out into a seperate tin and use them in my 2400KT. These smaller head size pellets will group at around 1" at 10 yards from the 2400.
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