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Gamo Blue Flame .177 Cal Pellets- 100 ct.

Gamo Blue Flame .177 Cal Pellets- 100 ct.

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  • Code: 632270254 · 0.177 cal · 5.4 gr
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Gamo Blue Flame Pellets- PBA Pellet with specially formulated blue polymer tip pellet for rapid expansion.

  • .177 Cal
  • 5.4 grain
  • 100 ct.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Pellet ShapeHollowpoint
  • Pellet Quantity100
  • Ammo Weight5.4 gr
  • Product ConditionNew
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Gamo Blue Flame .177 Cal Pellets- 100 ct.
4.5 Stars based on 12 Review(s)
Arthur
Denville, NJ
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great stuff
February 3, 2014
I recently purchased these and compared them to a few other pellets. I shot them through my Gamo Hornet and they seemed to have doubled the power coming out of that rifle. They are accurate and just make the gun feel more powerful. I am going hunting with these next week. After I sited in my scope my gun was almost shooting through the same hole on the target! I was shooting from about 30 yards for my initial testing.
Pros:
Great pellet for the Gamo Hornet and a great no lead option.
Cons:
a bit pricey but I will still buy them.

Soon to be Marine
Ione,California
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great for medium powered guns
November 17, 2013
Great pellet, bit light though. I have an extremely over powered gun for such a light pellet. I have a Ruger Air Magnum .177 and the other day my buddy and I chronograph them at 1350. Which at 230 feet above sea level is way over the sound barrier and caused them to shoot less than perfect groups at 75 yds where as with a 10.5 gr. it may shoot slower, but are harder hitting, shoot tighter groups, and go farther with less reduction in velocity. So if you have a gun that is medium powered( pretty much anything under 1200 fps) you should use these. I still do but under 40 yds. take a look at my gun below. You will see why shoot at an excess of 75 yds. All it is, is a RWS4-12*50CI ILLUMINATED MILLDOT RETICLE a pvc painted muzzle break and a homemade green-black pine needle camo

Vincent
Ruckersville, VA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

super fast
September 11, 2013
Very fast bullet but lacks accuracy in my gun probably because the turbulence from breaking the sound barrier. A little pricey but all in all a good pellet.
Pros:
Gives you a real gun sound if you have a high powered gun 1000 plus. I'm using a Ruger magnum and I can sink them about a half an inch into a 2 x 4 board.
Cons:
Expensive and not the best accuracy

Tanner
Texas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

gamo blue flame
December 21, 2012
This pellet is one of best on the market as far as hunting pellets are concerned. I shoot these in my crosman m417. These pellets will break the sound barrier if shot in a gun that shoot over 1,000 fps. They will also shoot 300 fps faster then a lead pellet. These blow up on impact this why these pellets our best for hunting.

Willie
Sonoma, CA
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great light show
December 9, 2012
The kids love it when I let them fire off these at dusk. They get to see the trajectory of a pellet on long distance targets and learned that when reaching out for distance the round actually rises in an arc and finds it's target. This only works on long distance shooting but was quite educational for them. Previously they always thought their projectiles went in a straight line to hit the target so now they get to see how a shooter compensates for distance with projectile rise.
Pros:
Great light show and educational. Teaches new shooters the meaning of trajectory on distance targets by letting them actually see the projectile rise in an arc before striking it's mark.
Cons:
Pretty expensive for a light show.

tim
5 Stars

awesome
March 26, 2011
i just shot one with my Airmaster 77 at some metal and it went though it

cody
3 Stars

blue flame pellets
March 7, 2011
JD, it is true more weight will give you more energy to a point, but after that point the loss in speed isnt compensated by the extra weight of the projectile. You have to have the correct weight/speed ratio to get the most efficiency out of your rifle, weather it is an air rifle shooting a 14.3 grain pellet at 900 fps, or a 30/06 handload shooting a 190 BTSP at 2,750 fps. But to JD, if they dont penetrate, it IS because your rifle is shooting too slow to penetrate properly. I noticed he didnt list the velocity of his air rifle, or even comment on it. I have a daisy pump air pistol, rated to shoot 600 fps, nothing devastating. My friend had some of these pellets, and wanted me to try some. I shot them at 30 yards from a sandbag with iron sights, and a 10 shot group that measured 2", not the most accurate pellet I have used in this gun, but still not horrible, but ALL of them penetrated AT LEAST the full pellets depth into the wall of doug furr pine 2x6 boards that we have for our target hanger. So if your experience showed that the pellet bounced off of a pine board....perhaps chronograph your rifle, because my dinky pistol sunk these pellets into a pine board at 30 yards. If your thinking about getting these pellets, dont let jd's review detour your. I found they werent the most accurate pellet in my pistol, or my avanti 853, but im sure they had an increased velocity over my normal pellets. if you want to, try them. its not like your dumping your life savings into it.

JD
2 Stars

they bounce
January 12, 2011
In 6 years of military service I never missed a target. I've had an amazing accuracy record as well since then since I am forever buying more accurate guns and ammo. I looked at these for a lead free pellet. Yes they fly faster, but without the mass of a lead pellet they have almost no penetration power. I could put these through a piece of drywall at close range, but out at 15 feet these simply bounced off a pine board making me question if I had landed the shot or not, but I know I did not miss.I never do. I found that suspect shot today. It simply bounced off the board and landed around 4 feet in fromt of my target whole and undamaged except for marks where it was in the barrel. Simply stared there is almost no mass so nothing to push it into a target. I would have damaged the target more if I threw the tin of blue flame pellets at my target. Even then killing the target would be doubtful. If you want to take out a target bigger than a large mouse, my ballistics tests say get a pellet that weighs more. It will be a bit slower shot, but it will have much more energy to transfer into your target when it gets there. A pellet bouncing off a target won't get you a kill or a score if you compete. I do both.

John
5 Stars

excellent pellets
December 12, 2010
I've been doing ballistics tests on these pellets since spring will be here all too soon and I'll be back out there hunting groundhogs and muskrats and need to bring my best to the game. I sent them through a chrony and crunched the numbers. I got a full 30% faster fps. I also shot a glycerin block and saw a magnificent wound trail and a very nice mushroom effect as well as nice sharp edges making the wound all that much worse. I also found the diamond shaped polymer pushes through the middle of the pellet making a tiny "blood groove" in the middle of the pellet making them travel a bit farther into the target. The result is far more vital organ trauma, and a far cleaner kill. They do everything they should do in all their brutal efficiency. These work very much like a dum dum bullet and are very effective. If you need to get rid of a destructive pest such as groundhog, these should do the job.

max
5 Stars

pellets
December 3, 2010
I shot a small game animal with the gamo pellets and it droped died in 2 seconds

edward merkl
5 Stars

sweet pellets
November 19, 2010
they look better than the red ones and are a shot kill espicially with a phantom 1000x

Tyler
5 Stars

Blue Distruction
September 4, 2010
These things are awesome. They r one hit kills no mater if its a crow to a squirel or any other small game these thing rule



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