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3X Earn 39 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $14.95 Save $2.00 (13%)
Item Code: RWS-2404458 [PY-P-217]
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: I experimented with some RWS sample packs, and have no complaints. RWS markets this as a rifle pellet, and they also market a 7.0grain pistol pellet. I tried their 7.0grain pellets after using Crosman Premier 7.9grain pellets through my CO2 pellet guns. I was so pleased with the consistent one inch grouping at 30ft, that I zeroed my sights and the red dot sight on my Gamo PR-776 with the 7.0grain pellets. I then tried the RWS 8.2grain pellets, and the groups weren't as tight, better than the Crosmans but not as tight as the RWS 7.0grain pistol pellets.
What others should know: I previously owned a Crosman Vigilante, and recently upgraded to a Gamo PR-776. Both guns are CO2 pellet gun revolvers with a six inch barrel. The performance of these pellets in both guns was similar, the grouping was the same.CO2 pellet pistols don't have the powerful velocities of pellet rifles, so these heavier pellets would work better in a pellet rifle.
Things I liked: Very precise pellets,our youngsters in 10 meters love it.
Things I liked: Accuracy!
Things I would have changed: Make the container a screw top seal.
What others should know: These flat noise beauties are the perfect weight and dead on for this springer shooter.
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How well do these work in the Crosman Titan NP 2 .177 for accuracy, or would I get better results with the Crosman Wadcutters??
You would get better results out of a domed pellet. I would check out these H&N Baracuda pellets: H&N Baracuda .177 Cal, 10.65...
is this pellet lead?
Yes, wash hands after handling.
Can these pellets be used in a Walther CP 88 Pistol?