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Gamo Pro Magnum Pellets .25 Cal- 175 Ct.

Gamo Pro Magnum Pellets .25 Cal- 175 Ct.

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  • Code: 632173654 · 0.25 cal · 21.9 gr
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Pro Magnum .25 Cal Pellets- 175 ct

Good hunting pellet that has an excellent mushroom effect upon impact.

21.5 Grain

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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.25 cal
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Pellet ShapeDomed
  • Pellet Quantity175
  • Ammo Weight21.9 gr
  • Product ConditionNew
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Gamo Pro Magnum Pellets .25 Cal- 175 Ct.
3.5 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Sid
Ohio
2 Stars

Accuracy was not consistent
June 10, 2014
Bought a tin of these to break in a new Hatsan 125. The pellet skirts varied in thickness and I could tell the diameters were not consistent as some were loose when loading and some were very tight. Groups at 50 yds. were about 3-5 inches. Might be OK for close up plinking but I would recommend higher quality pellets for hunting.
Pros:
Inexpensive, good for break in or close back yard plinking.
Cons:
Inconsistent sizing and poor accuracy.

Bernie
Shiloh, IL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Large
March 10, 2014
I purchased a tin of pellets in order to compare to the .177 and .22 pellets I shoot today. I don't have a .25 cal shooter yet but plan to purchase one in the next 2-3 weeks. I'm looking forward to punching bigger holes in whatever I'm shooting at.
Pros:
Size matters.
Cons:
A bit more expensive than .177s or .22s but still a lot cheaper to shoot than any centerfire ammo..

David
Amarillo, TX
1 Stars

Worse pellet I have found in 55 years of shooting pellets
September 29, 2013
I bought the 10 pack on sale and what a mistake. I took 5 pellets out of each tin and miked them. I got so many different readings that I finally stopped writing down the results. When I looked at the pellets from the bottom you could see that the skirts on everyone were thick on one side and paper thin on the other. That is why they wouldn,t stay under 2 inches at ten yards. I worked inth the aircraft industry for 20 years and yes I know how to use a mike. I own several pellet guns and have shot most brands and styles of pellets but none this bad.
Pros:
Screw on lid.
Cons:
A total waist of good money.

richard
carson city, nv
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

lightest lead around
October 9, 2012
At 21 grains it is the lightest lead pellet, except for the English pylarm.
Pros:
Price and light weight.
Cons:
Die marks on pellets.

parker
5 Stars

deadly
October 21, 2010
droppd a fox this morning



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