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Skenco NewBoy, .22 Cal, 20.37 Grains, Hollowpoint, 100ct

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Skenco NewBoy, .22.

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PY-P-1027

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  • Skenco NewBoy
  • .22 caliber
  • 20.37 grains (label says 20.3)
  • Hollowpoint
  • 100 pellets

 


These massive Skenco NewBoy hollowpoints will deliver a great deal of energy to your quarry. Good for hunting, especially with magnum air rifles and air pistols.

 




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Item Code: SK-LP10055132HP [PY-P-1027]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight20.37gr
Quantity100

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By Vinton from USA on 2019-03-25
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Things I liked: In .22, there was excellent expansion and penetration for being essentially a cup. These easily penetrated an O'possum's head from approximately 15 yards, and provide crazy expansion in the retrieved pellets. They fit very tight in the barrel and need a good push of the thumb to get them in. The heads and skirts are all very uniform and not deformed in any way, at least in the batch I received, and the pellets are really sturdy, well made, and heavy. I will purchase again for its kill potential.

Things I would have changed: 100 pellets in a "Tin" is enough for me, an occasional shooter, but for those who find themselves shooting hundreds of pellets every other day may be wanting more per "Tin". This is a hunting pellet not a target pellet, however it does punch really nice holes in paper.

What others should know: These pellets fit very snug in my Benjamin Prowler .22 break barrel, and do not seat completely flush. Maybe 97%, which for me is enough. Other pellets like the Crosman Premiers essentially fall into the barrel, and is probably why I get such horrible accuracy for being so loose in the barrel (IDK really but this is my observation with other pellets). In the 1300KT I have no issues with seating. In the Benjamin I can get about 1/2" to 3/4" at 15 yards, which is not that great if you want to shoot at further distances, but that is in MY rifle on a wobbly table top shooting bag. In the 1300KT I get consistent 1/2'' groups. I posted some pictures of the unshot pellet near the recovered pellets, and a Crosman Premier Hollow Point for comparison. The "tin" is plastic with a measly thread. Again, it is fine for me since I shoot from a table and don't walk around with them, but if someone were to drop this tin it would likely break open and spill its contents.

 

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By Martin from USA on 2018-12-09
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Things I liked: Everything! My rifle loves them and the pecan thriving squirrels hate them! Great results.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

 

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By Martin from USA on 2018-12-09
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Things I liked: Great pellet for my nitro piston Benjamin. It seems to favor a light heavyweight pellet and these fill that bill nicely. Great price, quick shipping- whats not to like?!

Things I would have changed: Not a thing.

 

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  • jose from USA asked:

    are this pellets alloy ore lead

    • Tyler from USA:

      Lead

  • patricia spriggs from USA asked:

    Is this pellet accurate at longer distances? About 40 yd?

    • Tyler from USA:

      That will entirely depend upon how they shoot in your gun. Results will vary from gun to gun

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