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List Price $17.00 Save $3.01 (17%)
Item Code: HN-99154500002 [PY-P-1209]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
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Things I liked: Gives better velocity and adequate accuracy from Beeman P17. Being lead free, it is safer for indoor shooting.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I won't use them in my springers because I suspect these pellets could damage them by not providing enough resistance to keep the piston from bashing the cylinder head.
Things I liked: Lead Free and Accurate
What others should know: These are one of the better lead free .177 pellets I have tried so far at 5-15 Meters. I have tried these in my Beeman P17, Walther CP99, and SIG MPX and the pellets are accurate in all these guns. These are all low powered guns too so I am not sure how they will work in a Springer, NP, or PCP gun. Grouping is consistent and don't tend to fly all over the place like most lighter lead free pellets in these guns.
Things I liked: The super hard tip made these pellets very good at penetrating solid objects like steel sheet metal, comparable to gamo "lethal" pellets but at a much lower price. The size was perfect for rotary pistol/rifle magazines.
Things I would have changed: The plastic sabot needs to be made with a harder material like the gamo lethal pellets so it does not leave plastic shavings in the air gun barrel.
What others should know: These pellets will dirty your air gun barrel fast! The plastic sabot is so soft that when it catches an air guns rifling it shaves away the plastic leaving long thin strands of it throughout the barrel. After 20 shots, I ran a nylon barrel brush through my rifle and pulled out what looked like a clump of black hair from a bathtub drain. This problem was also present with the Prometheus domed version of these pellets as well as the Crosman fast flight penetrators (which left red "hair").
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will this fir into the rotary type magazines for pellet pistols ? i guess thats why they call it pistol right ?
Yes for most magazines, it will fit