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Item Code: JSB-10253002 [PY-P-1279]
|Head Size||6.35 mm|
|Skirt Size||6.50 mm|
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Things I liked: Perfect for RAW HM1000X
Things I liked: My first time trying these and I'm impressed! They are both hard hitting and accurate.
Things I would have changed: Need to be offered in a larger count tin.
Things I liked: The pellets are great, I am a balistic expert by trade, and notice if aiming at one point and noticing where the pellet strikes its always right on target and by moving my windage and elevation I can walk the pellet right in target.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I would suggest doping in your rifle with this pellet at 100 yards.
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