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List Price $10.95 Save $3.00 (27%)
Item Code: RWS-2317410 [PY-P-794]
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Things I liked: Grouped the best at 20yds out of my Gamo Swarm Maxxim .22 cal .
Things I would have changed: More consistent shape integrity.
Things I liked: Pointed for hunting and penetration. Weight. No bent or unusable pellets. No flyers. Best of all, accuracy.
Things I would have changed: PRICE. $7.95 for 250? Really? Screw in tin would be more secure.
What others should know: I shot 6 rounds over my Competition Electronics ProChronoDigital, from my non no-shox Umarex Octane. Results were: 783, 781, 783, 780, 781, 782 fps. Averaging 781 fps. Target was a 2 inch RangeMaxx with a 1 inch circle and a 1/4 inch diamond bullseye inside. It was pasted on a 10 inch by 15 inch box, mounted 90 measured feet from my patio/deck railing out of 12 shots, 9 of the were hitting inside the 1 inch inner circle 3 that barely missed the two inch target were me, trigger squeeze. Taking my time, I could put all 12 shots on target. I also did not use my bench, I had the stock resting on my deck railing and shouldered. I will buy this pellet again, despite the price, and I do recommend this pellet. Accuracy is not a given. Get a chronograph. Woodys World
Things I liked: My HW50S loves these pellets, which surprised me. I had always heard thT you need to use dome-shaped or flat-nosed pellets for best accuracy. These pellets break that little rule!
Things I would have changed: Not a thing, very happy as is.
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I purchase a tin of these when I found them in my local gun shop. They are in .22 cal. Did anyone else experience a very, very dusty like pellet? Each one? They are horrible.
Either the pellets were in stock at your local store for a very long time and began to oxidize or you are seeing the powdered lube on the surface of the pellet.
accuracy in np trail Benjamin?
These will work in the Benjamin Trail but domed, or round nose, pellets are usually the most accurate.