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Predator Metalmag Pellets, .22 Cal, 17 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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Predator Metalmag Pellets

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PY-P-1165

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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 www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • .22 cal
  • 17 grains
  • Pointed
  • 200ct


Predator Polymag pellets have gained a good reputation for accuracy and penetration. These Metalmag pellets have the same shape and design as the Polymags and should deliver awesome results downrange. The metal point should increase penetration in your target, which is especially helpful if you're hunting.

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Item Code: PI-1009-01 [PY-P-1165]

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Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight17.0gr
Ammo Shape
Length10.16 mm
Quantity200

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By Ray from USA on 2019-09-09
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Things I liked: Good expansion at 640fps out of my Benjamin 392. Pellet completely mushrooms out, in soft (play dough) medium.Accuracy exceptional as long as I do my part. Will try to post picture showing what these are capable of. Can not verify longer ranges but I limit my shots to within 30 yards or so. Pyramyd packaging great as always. No damaged pellets.

Things I would have changed: Nothing for my set up.

What others should know: Even though not a springer my 392 achieves best accuracy when pulled snugly back into shoulder. Good trigger control a given. Practice different holds and trigger control with the same pellet. It may surprise you how pellets you thought were not quite right can be very consistent in placement.

 

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By Dennis from USA on 2019-08-16
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Things I liked: Bought these trying to find a pellet that would fit in and shoot well in my SIG SOUR ASP 20 in .22 cal. the predator brand has a good reputation. Can't find a pellet that will shoot accrete in the SIG. Only shot a hand full at 20 yds they fit the barrel of the Sig but did not want to group well. At this time don't feel as if I have given them a chance to prove them selves that is what the mid range on the rating is.

Things I would have changed: Things that I would change at this time nothing as my experience with these is to limited to be objective

What others should know: Seem to be a quality company.

 

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By Deter from USA on 2019-07-08
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Things I liked: -Lethality (if thats a word) -design (h&n hornets still better) -consistency in shape/quality -heavier than polymags = extra fpe

Things I would have changed: -Maybe 50 extra pellets for the price -sharper brass tips -SCREW ON LID

What others should know: Great pellet, one of the few accurate pellets my marauder pistol and 2240 likes alot. Very lucky they fit the marauder pistol magazine, they are 1-2mm just short enough to fit. There is some minamly bent skirts, but have not come across a single pellet with the brass tip being loose in the hollowpoint housing compared to the plastic polymags. Recommend? Yes.

 

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  • MaxStrokedShovelHead from USA asked:

    Why dont they make these in .25 and .30

    • Mark from USA:

      They are probably too expensive in the larger calibers to be worth the manufacturing time and effort.

  • John from USA asked:

    The photo of the pellets show the old sharp point version. The new version is a much duller point as shown in the super imposed new pellets illustration over the pellet tin. My question is there way to get some more of the older design?

    • John from USA asked:

      Why are these 22 metal mags not as pointed as they used to be???

      • Mark from USA:

        Pellet designs change. The manufacturer has altered the design.

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