List Price $20.89 Save $1.90 (9%)
Item Code: JSB-1000019 [PY-P-690]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.52 mm|
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Things I liked: I purchased a 2nd tin of the these pellets, and they're shooting very inaccurately compared to the first tin, which was pellet on pellet. the diameter of 2nd tin seem smaller. they're fitting very loosely in the breech.
Things I liked: Excellent packaging by Pyramid. The pellets appeared uniform and very good quality.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Extremely tight fit and poor accuracy from my Crosman .22 NP2 Vaporizer. Not the fault of the JSB pellet. My rifle shoots RWS Hobby 11.9 gr and RWS Super-H-Point 14.2 gr. pellets the best for backyard use. I was just looking for an accurate heavy pellet and it did not work out. Tks
Things I liked: What can I say about JSB pellets? Theyre the standard for pellets, worldwide. Accurate = consistent.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
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Do these work well in the Benjamin marauder?
Yes, typically very well
Has anyone tried these pellets in an Umarex Octane?
They shoot very good in my Umarex Octane and Ruger Air Magnum, no complaints. Woodys World.
Could be the pellet design, at 18.13 grains, should be shot from a magnum air gun, like the Octane, or PCP.
I use these with great success in my Ouctane. 1" groups at 30yrds. 1/2" - 3/4 when the old hands are steady...
I have. But because my Octane is so bad (can't be "Held") that pellet comp's (9) were meaningless. Ironically, the "Fuel" .17 and .22 are very good.
Will these JSB Jumbo Heavy .22 Cal/18.13 Grain Pellets Work in the Latest & Largest Girandoni .22 Air Rifle. Some Jumbo Pellets Will Not?
The same caliber as the pellet. Woodys World.
Do you know what the actual bore diameter on that gun is?