1-year limited warranty
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Item Code: HN-98815500033 [PY-P-1096]
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Things I liked: UPDATE # 2 I cleaned the barrel last night with Ballistol. This morning I shot 3 at 35 yards, then backed it up to about 41 yards and shot 1 more. Now it is back on tight again. Go figure. I will keep an extra can of these, and the regular Excite Spike in stock.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING
What others should know: Eliminate other factors to control the review of pellets. I was not ready to trash these pellets. Good thing.
Things I liked: Well, maybe i jumped the gun yesterday. Today i was unable to duplicate the tight groups. 40 yds, sandbags, i am a skilled shooter, respiratory pause, in my bubble, etc. I was able to do it again at 30 yards. I think 40 yards is pushing it for a stock Benjamin 392. I rebuilt it. It is not leaking. I think 16.5 g pellet is running out of steam at 40 yds. I did, as always, get 1 inch groups at 40 with the regular Excite Spike pellets.
Things I would have changed: Probably would work better from a more powerful rifle at 40 yards. Nothing wrong with the pellets.
What others should know: Up to 30 yards, the 392 will shoot these .628 four shot group.
Things I liked: Well its about time. I have not seen a Benjamin 392 shoot like this since the 1980 s, with the green can pellets. Today they arrived. I shot a 4 shot group at a ranged 40 yards, 8 pumps, sandbags. Group spread was .628. Measured with a dial caliper. I repeated this with another 3 shot group. Its about time. Outstanding. Getting ready to order many cans. They slam hard too. Exactly 16.5g on a Dillon scale.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING.
What others should know: They fit tight. Large skirt. This is why they are so accurate. Grabs the riflings and seals air bypass, just like the 1980 s Benji green can.
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Are these pellets at all dangerous for long term use on air gun barrels? Would they damage the rifling over time?