- 177 caliber
- 4.0 grains
- 250 pellets
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Ammo TypePellets
- Ammo Weight4 gr
- Pellet ShapePointed
- Pellet Quantity250
what is the BC of this pellet
By Mauro from Houston , TX on November 13, 2011
WERE THEY HARD TO GET A GOOD PATTERN ON,EVERY TIME I SHOOT THEY ARE HIGH AND TO THE RIGHT OR HIGH AND TO THE LEFT(using Ruger air hawk)JUST WONDERING IF IT IS ME OR SOMEBODY ELSE HAS THIS PROBLEM,ALL THE CROSMAN AND GAMO PELLETS ARE ALL WITHIN 1-1 1/2 INCHES OF EACH OTHER.
By SCOTT from milledgeville ga. on January 16, 2012
By Bob from Chicago, Illlinois on January 17, 2012
Answer:It Is Not You, That's Having Trouble With Lead-Free Pellets(Alloy) & Accuracy. Your's Ruger Air Hawk,
Fires A Standard Lead Pellet At Around 1000fps. When You Use A Lead-Free(Alloy) Pellets, You Are Breaking
The Sound Barrier( A Sonic Boom ~1116-1140 fps) At The Muzzle Head. The Problem I Found, Is The Light
Weight Of The Lead-Free(Alloy)Pellets. It's Slow Down Real Fast After Its Leave The Barrel & The Sonic Boom
Wave Catchs The Pellet, Causing It To Wobble. That Causes Some Inaccuracy Of The Lead-Free Pellets.
But,I Did Find That Lead-Free Pellets Works Best In Air Guns Thats Have A Rating More Then 1200,or Less
Then 800 fps,( Air Gun Rating Using Standard Lead Pellets) , For More Accuracy In Target Shooting.
I Hope This Helps.
By Carter from Sunnyside, WA on January 20, 2012
Answer:Use a heavier pellet and you will get better results. I'd recommend these pellets only for like a 1377c.