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Earn 8 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $9.95 Save $2.00 (20%)
Item Code: RWS-2317406 [PY-P-227]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Consistent quality, as accurate as any Ive tried.
Things I would have changed: I use them for paper target practice. They do not cut the paper like flat nose pellets, which is obvious from the round design. I would not buy them again for my intended use. I prefer RWS R 10 Match which I find to be just as accurate, but I do not have equipment that can measure to a thousandth of an inch.
What others should know: I didnt realize the are designated as hunting pellets.
Things I liked: What can you say? These pellets do exactly what they are supposed to do.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: Economical and you get your money's worth.
Things I liked: The domed head and 8.3 grain pellet weight. Targets great.
Things I would have changed: Larger count 500 for $9.95 would be nice.
What others should know: I shoot this pellet exclusively from my .177 Gamo Hunter 220 which has a Gamo 4X32 scope, which is clear and not complicated. The average 5 shot muzzle velocity was chronographed at 844 fps. This pellet was shot at a 2 inch Birchwood/Casey target that I stuck on a box that was 80 measured feet away. The inner circle on that 2 inch target is a 1 inch circle. I totally obliterated that 1 inch circle with 20 pellets, after zeroing in on another target. This review is based on testing with the Gamo Hunter 220. I do recommend this pellet and the Gamo Hunter 220, which is my oldest breakbarrel out of 10 which includes 7 .177 calibers and 3 .22 calibers.
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Hello. Can shipping to Malaysia?
Anyone have luck with these in a 2100 or powermaster. I have been using my 22 disco but bought a collection that had those in it. Thanks
They should do pretty well. May not be as good as JSB or H&N pellets though.
How do I know when they are alloy pellets? There is certain brand or code,etc.?
You need to put "lead free" in the search field of this website.