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Item Code: Skenco-Green [PY-P-242]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Meet idea, horrible accuracy
Things I would have changed: Make them accurate
What others should know: Complete waste of money imo. My groups are so large I cant hit a pop can at 5 yards with my browning 800. Then shoot 3 inch plus groups at 23 yards out of my Walther talon.
Things I liked: I wanted to test these through my chronograph since they are so light. They bring the muzzle velocity real close or even a little faster than FPS advertised.
Things I liked: A very interesting concept that seemed like it would work well (especially in somewhat anemic air gun power-plants). In reality they are too inconsistent to achieve that goal. The packaging is well above "par" with the more desirable screw-off lids helping to prevent unwanted spillage.
Things I would have changed: The size of the actual sabot varies from pellet to pellet making these extremely inconsistent in velocity and accuracy.
What others should know: Tis COULD be a really nice product with a little more "quality control." Until then, they are little more than a novelty.
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Are these safe to shoot in moderated guns? Does the sabot come off in flight?
The sabot usually does not come off. We can not guarantee that the plastic will not catchy in the rifling. There are not very accurate pellets.
What is a "Type 1 for Standard Gun"? PCP or Springer?
That is what Skenko calls this sabot style pellet. It is their trade name.
Benjamin Armada Air Rifle can i shoot this
The pellet is probably too long for the magazine. You can single load.