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Beeman Pointed .177 Cal, 8.53 gr - 500 ct

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  • .177 caliber
  • 8.53 grains
  • Pointed
  • 500 per tin
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight8.53 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity500 ct
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Average Customer Review
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4.09 Reviews
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5.0
By MichaelUSAJuly 27, 2018

The point on each pellet is sharp for each one of the 500. Not like some other big name brads that say their pointed and are it truth BLUNT!

Pros
good grouping at 30 yards

Cons
lead

3.0
By JamesUSAJuly 5, 2014

At first look these look pretty well made and I had hoped for good results with them. But The best I could do was about 2 inch groups at 25 yards. Looking closely there is random bits of lead inside the skirt areas and apparently that and possible variations in other areas cause them to shoot poorly or at least in my rifle which is a Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper.

Pros
Look good

Cons
Shoot poorly for me, typical Chinese Quality or lack thereof.

4.0
By DavidCanadaApril 25, 2014

I used these pellets on my Crosman Phantom, they are cheap and accurate.

Pros
Cheap Accurate Cheap

Cons
None

5.0
By BernardUSAMarch 10, 2014

I lke the way it shoots in my Beaman air rifle which I've had for serval years now. It's good ammo. I'll also try Beaman pellets in the .22 and .25 calibers.

Pros
Good price for quality ammo.

Cons
None

5.0
By CharlesUSAOctober 7, 2013

I'm glad all my Crosman's love these. Accurate and takes out pests with one shot. I was surprised how accurate they are. I've had zero fliers.

Pros
Cheap, Not too expensive. Just outright cheap pellet for how well they shoot.

Cons
none

3.0
By JustinUSAJanuary 15, 2013

Used these to begin my break-in of my new Rugar Air Hawk. As I would expect the first fifty or so would have no pattern. However, as I approached 100 rounds there was still no pattern established either. I used open sights and began at 20 yards out to 50 then back in to 20 yards. My springer could not find any significant way to find a grouping that I could build on to sight in. My next step is to buy a strap and try military method of holding rifle. I have not moved on to a scope, yet. Any ideas? Please let me know!

Pros
Reviews from others with Ruger Air Hawk.

Cons
Looking for likes.

4.0
By WillieUSANovember 29, 2012

Tight group with my Gamo out to 20 yards. Beyond that, I started to get occasional flyers (might be me) and definite keyholes, so it would appear that the ballistics of this pellet out of my rifle would suggest projectile tumbling commencing after 20 yards. Incredible penetration. First round down the pipe perforated 1 inch dense rubber floor mat glued to 3/4 plywood backstop. To clarify, when I "perforated" I mean the round came out the back of the 3/4 inch plywood on the first shot at 20 yards. I got a 1 inch grouping at 10 yards with my Benjamin pump pistol. The pellet penetrated through 1 inch rubber floor mat and lodged about 1/2 inch into 3/4 inch plywood backstop. Pellet collapsed into itself from the pistol shot and showed significant linear distortion with no overall diameter expansion. This would be a good round for rat and small rodent/pest eradication.

Pros
Consistent grouping , economical, and accurate.

Cons
Not much good past 20 yards with my rifle. It started to tumble resulting in widespread groups and key holing.

4.0
By DanielUSASeptember 9, 2012

These pellets are really good for target shooting/pest control. They pierce most soft materials and are well formed with no seams. I use it with my Beeman 1051 to great success. A great buy!

4.0
By jamieUSAMarch 5, 2012

These are well priced pellets. This pellet gave me the highest muzzle energy readings in my Ruger air magnum. They weren't the most accurate of my pellets in that gun, but that might be because they were supersonic.

Pros
good price

Cons
nothing

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Where are these pellets made?

asked mikeee boy

made in China

Don Imes

They are made in China. I haven't shot any of them for accuracy testing yet But just looking in the tin they look OK a tiny bit of out of roundness to some of the skirts but nothing that shouldn't be pressed out when the pellets are loaded. I give em a quick review once I have shot some. Don't hold your breath though it could be a couple weeks before I get the chance.

James from USA
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