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Item Code: JSB22-ExactRS [PY-P-719]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.52 mm|
|Ballistic Coefficient||0.031 A measure of the potential to retain velocity. Changes as velocity changes. A pellet or bullet with a high BC (a large number) will continue to fly much longer than a pellet or bullet with a low BC.|
|Muzzle Velocity||951 fps|
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Things I liked: My Gamo Maxxim Swarm seems to "like" these pellets. I get tight groupings at 70 feet. Just a tad lighter than the Predator GTO pellets I was using, but have the same killing force on small game.
Things I would have changed: The tin can screw-on top could stand a bit of improvement. It doesn't seem to want to catch on the first thread when closing.
What others should know: If you need accuracy and power, this may be the pellet to try in your air rifle.
Things I liked: This is the most accurate pellet in my Benji .392 for low velocity practice. With only three pumps, I can make one ragged hole from the bench at 25 yards from my Benji if the wind isn't blowing hard. I also like that they are available in 500 round tins.
Things I liked: Fly 1 inch high and to the right of other JSB & H&N Pellets. Very accurate out of my Diana Stormrider. Cycle and Chamber very smoothly. .75 inch groups at 50 yds.
Things I would have changed: Not a pellet I would use in windy conditions.
What others should know: Cycle and chamber the best of all other pellets in my Diana Stormrider.
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How are they in the qb78 with xp tune kit?
I find the JSB Jumbo 15.89 work better in mine
what is the ballistic coefficient of this item?
According to HardAirMagazine's tests, this pellet's ballistic coefficient is 0.023 when fired at 945 fps, measured at 0 and 30 yards, and calculated using the GA drag model.
Ballistic coefficient is going to vary depending on what gun and what velocity you shoot them out of.