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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 Bandon from USA on 2019-03-04
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Things I liked: I have now used these in my FX Impact 700mm barrel which which I just purchased from PA... they shoot well as was expected. anything less and i would have said well with all the hype from FX guns and using pretty much only these pellets if they did not function well as is reported it would have been not good for JSB king heavy diabolo MKII... well they all work well feed well accuracy I'd say is GOOD... as good as some other pellets I've used including HP pills I've used. They hit very hard. they tear through plastic buckets leaving BIG ol' holes...

Things I would have changed: nothing... they are a little pricey, but it is 33.95 grains of lead. that's allota' lead.

What others should know: They work very well for my guns...never heard anything negative about them. I have a Condor by Airforce in all calibre's also an FX Impact.

 

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By Sean from USA on 2019-03-02
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Things I liked: Very good condition, clean, accurate, knock down power, skirts seem thicker and shallow so I see a lot less bent and dented skirts

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Best pellets I have found! exceptionally accurate out of every gun I have ever shot them through

 

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By John from USA on 2018-12-04
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Things I liked: Very well made. Consistent size and shape.

Things I would have changed: Tin needs a screw top. Press on requires too much fumbeling to get it open. Too easy to dump pellets by accident. A little Pricey, could be priced more competively.

 

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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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