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Earn 25 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $29.99 Save $5.00 (16%)
Item Code: HN-92014500215 [PY-P-1108]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
|Head Size||4.50 mm|
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Things I liked: I haven't weighed or sized them, but they seem exceptionally uniform and shoot very accurately from my Daisy 747.
Things I would have changed: Like all the lead-free pellets, I wish the price was better, but at a nickel each they're about the same as the other non-crappy ones that I've tried.
Things I liked: Consistent fit and small grouping at 15 and 25ft. Lead-FREE fingers. Best for rotary clip pistols.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: 5.25 grain fluctuates from 5.15-5.3 grain. I use these in replace of the sig sauer version, I suspect they are one in the same.
Things I liked: Very accurate, yet lead free. I wanted a pellet for 10m practice in my home. Yet lead pellets in my home with my 2 year old daughter was not a plan. Problem solved.
Things I would have changed: Price... It's tough paying this much but I'll do it again.
What others should know: Use a duct seal trap, a low power gun 600 fps or less... then be prepared to be shocked by how good these pellets group. These are fantastic in the right gun.
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I'm shooting indoors on paper and plinking targets. I'd like to avoid dust. Will these pellets shatter when shot into a standard metal pellet trap or will they deform but remain intact?
They will deform.
Stick some rags inside the trap and then it won't matter. (and it will be a lot quieter)
What is the pellet material made of? Is it pure or an alloy?
mostly tin. USA Shooting team tested these and found them accurate.
Are these pellets allowed in sanctioned competitions?
sure, no competitions out there make restrictions on the material used in a pellet. You can shoot paper spitballs if you like as long as it's safe and gets you the gold medal go for it!
It would depend on the competition and its specific rules. You would want to ask the competition organizer.