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Predator GTO .25 Cal, 16.54 Grains, Domed, Lead-Free, 150ct

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Predator GTO .25

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  • .25 caliber
  • 16.54 grains
  • Domed
  • Lead-free
  • 150 pellets


Match grade accuracy. Performs like lead! For competitive use.

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Item Code: PI25/GTO [PY-P-1364]

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Caliber.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
Suggested forCompetition
Weight16.54gr
Quantity150

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By James from USA on 2020-04-04
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Things I liked: Seem to be of very consistent, construction and accuracy wise. In my makeshift basement range, they will penetrate two 1x6 untreated scrap pine boards at 30 feet out my .25 Hatsan 135 QE Vortex, group consistently, with no deformation. Definitely a penetrator. Haven't gotten them out to the gun range yet for longer distance testing, etc., but did already buy 4 more tins a couple weeks ago. Definitely have promise and I have a very large cottontail on our property I've had my eye on... Ha! I've been shooting the Predator Polymags exclusively out of the 135, but am adding these to ammo box for the .25. I hope they come out with a GTO in .30 for my other Hatsan 135 QE Vortex.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

 

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By William from USA on 2020-04-04
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Things I liked: In my experience in .22 caliber there is no other non-lead pellet that shoots as well as GTOs. In .22 fired from an excellent rifle these pellets shoot flat and are verry accurate producing 1/2" groups at 27 yds. Often the 27 yd groups are tighter than JSB pellets. But because they are relatively light they slow down quickly. They hit hard out to 30 yds or so but after that lead pellets take over. If you are forced to use non-lead pellets or you need to limit the range of your pellet GTOs are the best game in town. But if you want to reach out much beyond 30 yds you should be using lead pellets. This tin is my first experience with GTOs in .25 and they shoot 1-1/4" edge to edge groups at 27 yds from a Kral Puncher Pro. The PP has a so-so trigger. I believe with a better trigger the groups could easilly be half that size. Average MV from the PP in .25 with these pellets at full power is 818 fps.

Things I would have changed: I wish they were cheaper but I understand why they are not.

What others should know: Having shot other brands of non-lead pellets GTO easilly outperforms any other non-lead pellet available. When I need pinpoint accuracy at less than 30 yds GTO has always delivered the best the gun has to offer, even better than JSB lead pellets.

 

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By John from USA on 2019-12-27
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Things I liked: I like the lite 16.54 grain weight. The dome head. For use with my new Remington VTR-725. Five shot chronograph test was: 866, 867, 871, 869, and 868 fps.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: This 16.54 grain pellet, the lightest .25 caliber pellet, is obviously what is used to achieve maximum fps. On my 5 shot chronograph test, the temperature was 51 degrees, altitude was 25 feet above sea level. Fps velocities will be effected by hot and cold weather and altitude. I am convinced that higher velocities can be attained above what I have posted above. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.

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  • Thomas from USA asked:

    Are they Bismuth? What ARE they made of?

    • John from USA:

      They could be made of tin or any non lead metals.

  • Bosco from USA asked:

    How do they perform in Mod .25 Hatsan ,,will it cause piston slam?

    • John from USA:

      I do not think so. I have not read any reviews stating that has happened.

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