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JSB Ultra Shock, .22 Cal, 25.39 Grains, Hollowpoint, 150ct

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JSB Ultra Shock

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
  • .22 cal
  • 25.39 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 150ct


JSB pellets have an international reputation for high quality. Generally speaking, most air guns will deliver better accuracy when a JSB pellet is used.

These hollowpoint pellets are intended for use in magnum powered break barrel air rifles and PCP guns. Choose them for your hunting needs and you'll see how the hollow cavity of the pellet expands upon impact. The Ultra Shock .22 caliber pellets transfer all of the energy and shock needed for a successful and humane hunting experience.


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Item Code: JSB22-ULTRSHCK [PY-P-1330]

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Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
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Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
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By Glen from USA on 2020-01-16
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Things I liked: Love these pellets! Flawless feeding and zero issues in my ataman bp17 and every pcp ive tried them in!!! Takes up all the space in the magazine and shape allows the o rings a lot of area to really keep them snug in the mags!

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Dont know what the bc is...but these suckers really smack hard and dump energy like its nobodies business! Ive only shot them at short to medium distances,would Like to know what long range performance is like...


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By Keith from USA on 2019-12-21
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Things I liked: Very accurate

Things I would have changed: Bigger gun options

What others should know: Very accurate out of my Seneca aspen shooting at 50 yds.I'm shooting it at 740 fps .


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By James from USA on 2019-10-04
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Things I liked: The hard hitting shock affect these cause when hunting small game. I live in a state overrun with Iguanas, so much so that our local government recommends that homeowners eradicate them. Living on a lake invited them and some can grow over 4-ft long. Ther skin is is a form of defense, like armor and hard to penetrate, I had a hard time finding a .22 pellet with this kind of stopping power!

Things I would have changed: Offer a bigger Tin!

What others should know: It is a very heavy pellet and you need a powerful rifle to get the full affect

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  • JON from USA asked:

    Since Pyramydair - Still my favorite airgun store/information center site of any kind -- STILL doesn't publish the specs of the pellets sold on the site, I'm going to have to ask my fellow airgunners: Will these pellets fit a Hatsan Galatian 9.5 mm deep clip? The H+N Piledrivers fit, but just barely, if that is any help to anyone in answering. Thank You in advance!

    • one shot wander from USA:

      The tin I have, would fit your clip. I measured some with my digital calipers, and they averaged at 8.45mm

  • GILBERT from USA asked:

    Will these fit in the Gamo Swarm rotary clip?

    • David from USA asked:

      Will this work with an FX magazine (streamline)? I've read that some "heavy" pellets are too long for some magazines.

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