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Item Code: HN-92054500006 [PY-P-1379]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: These are excellent pellets. I have not come across a single deformed skirt yet and the shape of the head is very consistent across. Great accuracy, punch and penetration. Beeman P1 .177 cal.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Seems like a good pellet weight for an air pistol. Previous 9.8 grain Beeman pellets were not up to par.
Things I liked: I really like this pellet in any rifle I try it in. I now have 14 air rifles and this pellet shoots pretty darn good in all of them, and in all calibers from .177 to the .25 cal. It's a nice pellet to practice with and also carries out quite far as compared to any other hollow point pellet.
Things I would have changed: I can't think of any thing I would change with this pellet. I really like the screw on can that it comes in.
What others should know: This is a slightly less heavy pellet to shoot and every shooter should try these in your rifle or pistol and see how they group. You will like them, I'm sure.
Things I liked: This pellet is the most accurate pellet. I have a .177 Crossman Raven and it loves this pellet. Believe it or not i can do 1/8" groups at 25 yards and 1/2" groups at 50 yards. I'll have some that will not group that tight all the time because i am not a machine. But the gun and pellet can do it. Don't shoot into wind though it will destabilise any pellet. Shoot with the wind or at an angle to it just not from the front. Best if you wait for wind to stop. Nevertheless awesome pellet.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: If you have a small Springer this this the pellet for you. Haven't chrony this pellet but the crossma ps do 590 avg. And my raven has and deviation of less than 5 fps. I took apart and polished the trigger. Defineately ask your dad to do this. You'll have to decompress spring to uninstall and install. Easy to do with plywood, wood screws, plumber flat metal strip with holes in it. Also you'll need a pipe clamp. With these items you can create a decompress device to let the spring pressure out of the gun to get to the trigger. To keep gun from rolling use one of the screws that goto to the forward stock to go thru the metal plumbers strap and then in the gun tube. make a hole in the pipe also to keep it from rolling. once you get it all strapped down let the pressure out is a snap.
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