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List Price $19.79 Save $1.80 (9%)
Item Code: PI22/GTO [PY-P-1363]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
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Things I liked: These pellets shoot OUTSTANDING out of my .22cal Skyhawk. Granted, I had to do a LOT of work on the Skyhawk barrel to make it accurate with pretty much any pellets. But these GTO's shoot better than any of the H&N, JSB, and Air Arms pellets that I've tried. I can consistently get 5-shot groups less than 3/4" CTC when shooting at 50 yards. These are shooting at about 850fps for about 19fpe. Also, these pellets are very hard. A benefit to this is that none of the tins have had a single deformed pellet in them. These pellets are fantastic!
Things I would have changed: Like others, I wish you could buy them in higher quantities for a lower price.
What others should know: The newer tins have screw on lids!!!
Things I liked: These pellets are awesome. Compared to the lead options these GTO's pack a wallop. I have a Gamo Maxxim .22 and wasn't sure about dispatching an animal humanly with the lead pellets I was using but I feel really comfortable shooting my backyard pests with these. I purchased these GTO's after watching the review video on the Gamo Maxxim here on Pyramyd Air. Wow, these pack a punch! I haven't had a chance to track the accuracy/grouping yet but I'm really happy so far.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: I really like the way Pyramyd Air packs their pellets for shipping. Excellent idea and I really appreciate the extra care to insure no damage. Great job!
Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Buy More
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Will these splatter like lead, or ricochet?
These care a tin-zinc alloy. They are harder than lead. They will deform but will ricochet more than a lead pellet.
Are these made of Tin?
Tin is probably a large portion of their composition
What is the ballistic coefficient of this pellet, in .22 caliber?