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JSB Diabolo Exact King Heavy, .25 Cal, 33.95 Grains, Domed, 300ct

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  • .25 caliber
  • 33.95 grains
  • Domed
  • 300 pellets



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Item Code: JSB-1002534 [PY-P-1269]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight33.95gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size6.35 mm
Length8.89 mm
Quantity300

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By robert coulston from USA on 2018-07-24
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Things I liked: Very accurate out of my airforce rifle and heavy enough for hunting

Things I would have changed: Nothing

 

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By Steven from USA on 2018-06-13
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Things I liked: Good quality. Works well in Sumatra Carbine at near highest power setting.

Things I would have changed: Twist cap lid.

What others should know: Need a high power gun for best results.

 

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By tyler from USA on 2018-05-24
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Things I liked: Awesome pellet, my AT44-10's favorite round after experimenting. Had ordered 2 of these when on back order and waited about a month for them. (No big deal) but when I received them I cracked one open after using the rest of my 150 count of these to zero in and went on to the new tin. They gone from roughly 3/4 inch groups to 3 inch spreads. Had also noticed they fit real loose in my magazine and couldn't feel them engage the rifling. Went to look at the face of the tin and saw on the bottom it said " M 72/09" instead of the normal "\\\CZ\" that's been printe'd on all my other JSB tins both .22 and .25. Contacted PA and told them about my circumstance and confusion on why I got a different marked tin. Roughly 24 hours later maybe even less than that I got a email for a replacement tin free of charge no questions asked. Was even ready to provide pictures and even pay for another if need be due to knowing this can happen to anyone. This only further makes me loyal to PA!

Things I would have changed: Not a damn thing. My hatsan eats these up! After my email to PA about my predicament I had gone and looked at the tin at issue again and noticed the face label was even faded like it's been old stock from JSB that musta got mixed in with a fresh shipment. Quite odd and a absolute first for me.

What others should know: Have any legitement issues with any products you've purchased from these fine folk get ahold of them right away and they will most certainly help you out and take care of You! Only thing I have not bought from PA was my hatsan at44-10 when there was a veterans day sale only due to them being out of stock.. as much as I love it I do regret not buying it here cause I've bought all my stuff from PA. And to be honest.. PA had the better deal on it haha. First and last time I will ever shop elsewhere for my airgun needs!

 

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  • Loren from Canada asked:

    What’s the BC?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Actual BC will vary depending on the velocity they are shooting out of your specific rifle

  • Nathan from USA asked:

    Will these fit in the Benjamin Marauder magazine?

    • Andre from Netherlands (Holland) asked:

      Do they fit the Sumatra 2500 .25 cal?

      • Stanley from USA:

        Yes.

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