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Predator Polymag .25 Cal, 26 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

Predator Polymag .25 Cal, 26 Grains, Pointed, 150ct

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  • .25 cal
  • 26 grains
  • Pointed
  • 150ct

With 26 grains of weight, these .25 caliber pellets will knockdown quarry with authority. Use with powerful, magnum spring-piston air rifles and PCP rifles.


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Item Code: PI25/PM [PY-P-896]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight26.0gr
Ammo Shape
Length10.28 mm
Quantity150

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By Jim from USA on 2017-08-02
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Things I liked: These are the hardest hitting pellets I have tried, on occasion they will tear a starling right in half. .25 cal in my Hatsan AT44 group poorly, 1" at 25 yards. .22 cal in Marauder shoot much better, 0.4" at 25 yards.

Things I would have changed: Wish the accuracy would be better, but that may be specific to my gun.

What others should know: If you want the maximum whack on your target give these a try. They function in the 22 Marauder clips but not always in the 25 Hatsan clip so in some rifles may need to be loaded single shot.

 

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By james from USA on 2017-07-28
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Things I liked: Clean and uniform. Arrived with no known damage. Fit nice in my marauder and after shooting 5 through my chronograph I can say they shoot nicely as well. All were in a tight ragged hole at 35 yards. I then shot one quick shot from X stick @ 55 yards. Again, hitting right where I was aiming. Lastly I shot into a 15" long soap bar. I was surprised and amazed at the wound channel !! Can't wait to put these to the real test. I also got a tin in 357 which I'm about to review along with uploading photo of wond channel in soap. INSANE!

Things I would have changed: After only a quick test I can I'm sold for what I've seen. More per tin.

What others should know: Not sure how these will hold together as of now but they seem stable and just flat impressive on the expansion! I can only guess the shock power is serious.

 

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By m. paul from USA on 2017-05-15
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Things I liked: Very accurate in 25 cal marauder rifle. Very effective results on raccoons that were raiding the trash cans at night. Head shot from front on 17 lb coon went deep past brain cavity, and body shot tests then showed will go through rib and into kill zone. This was on a tough and sturdy coon. Entry point even into bone is very precise cut circle and then expands and does very significant damage including large exit wound on skull side shots of coons.

Things I would have changed: none

What others should know: Probably the most devastating pellet available for an airgun. Point of impact may differ from your domed target pellets so zero with this pellet before using on game / pests.

 

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  • nervous twitch from USA asked:

    will this predator poly mag fit in the .25 cal FX Wildcat?

    • Jason from USA:

      I have the FX Impact in .25 and it will NOT fit in the magazine for the impact.

  • Andrew from USA asked:

    Does anyone know the average velocity these put out in the AirForce TalonP on the lowest power setting? Trying to gather this info for the chairgun program. Thanks!

    • Ed from USA:

      polymag is medium weight. setting on highest by caliber; Light Pellet; Medium Pellet; Heavy Pellet; Talon 18" barrel, .25 950 800 700; my guess, at the lowest setting might be as much as 15% lower velocity.

  • randy from USA asked:

    How are these in the hatson model 135

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