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

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

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  • .25 caliber
  • 33.95 grains
  • Round nose
  • 300 pellets

MkII pellet has a skirt diameter that is only 6.5mm, making the pellet work a little more reliably in some rotary magazines.


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Item Code: JSB-10253002 [PY-P-1279]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight33.95gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size6.35 mm
Skirt Size6.50 mm
Length8.89 mm
Quantity300

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By Jonathan from USA on 2018-09-15
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Things I liked: Is a really good pellet the size and shape are the same almost in all the pellets

Things I would have changed: Some pellets are damaged

 

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By Dan from USA on 2018-08-31
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Things I liked: I have shot all generations of the .25 Cal 33.95 Grain Exact Kings. Shot these side by side against the original Kings and H&N Baracuda pellets. The MKII produced obviously better groups at 50 yards from my AA S510 than either of the others.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Nothing

 

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By Alan from USA on 2018-08-18
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Things I liked: Very consistent pellet, and these are accurate in my Gen I Mararuder, and chamber much easier than the MK1 pellets do

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: I shoot these with a modified gun for more power, at ~830 FPS. They are very accurate at that speed for me and hit very hard while bucking the wind quite well too. I am very happy with these pellets. They are a little more expensive than the regular kings, but they do deliver the FPE.

 

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  • Jake from USA asked:

    What is the difference between the JSB heavy and the mk2

    • Daniel from USA:

      MkII pellet has a skirt diameter that is only 6.5mm, making the pellet work a little more reliably in some rotary magazines.

  • Isaac from USA asked:

    So what's the difference between the original 33.95 and this ones then? I will have a Fx impact that I wanted to buy from pyramid air, but you don't have it.... And I have been told that MK2 work better for the impact.

    • John from USA:

      In my Impact the Mk11 works much better. There has been a lot of trouble with Impact magazines cycling pellets and my magazine is no different, but it does cycle the Mk11 much better than the original 33.95 pellets and they shoot better also. Single loaded I can throw the MK11 pellets in a little over a half inch at 75 yards with the Impact. The difference between the way the MK11 and the 25.39 grain JSBs are night and day least in my barrel. Have heard from a lot of my friends at Airgun Nation that they just get better accuracy overall from the MK11. You may have to play with the valve adjuster, the regulator and the power wheel and the hammer spring tension, but I'm sure it will probably work out for you, just requires a little patience.

  • erin from USA asked:

    Is this pellet larger in diameter than the original jsb heavy? I have an oversized bore on my hatsan 125 and thought I'd give these a try...

    • Tyler from USA:

      No. Same diameter

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