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Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy .22 Cal, 21.14 gr - 200 ct

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  • Code: BNKODIAK22 · $8.99 · .22 · 21.14 grains · 200 ct
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A favorite for field target shooters. As one of the world's heaviest pellets the Kodiak has a tremendous amount of inertia that delivers super impact on those hard to knock down targets. The great weight also provides good wind resistance and is more efficient in the higher powered airguns and the pre-charged pneumatics such as the Beeman Mako air rifle. The head is very conical in shape, like a rounded point, providing outstanding aerodynamics.
  • Caliber: .22
  • Material: Lead
  • Grain: 21.14
  • Quantity: 200 count
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber.22
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight21.14 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity200 ct
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4.527 Reviews
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5.0
By JoeUSADecember 11, 2017

theese where designed for accuracy and the weight ives them great knockdown power

3.0
By ChristopherUSANovember 1, 2016

These pellets had an awesome finish and I thought they would have been more accurate.

Pros
Great finish, nice weight.

Cons
They didn't shoot very accurately in either of my beeman break barrels.

5.0
By AnthonyUSAJune 6, 2016

Great weight with killer knockdown power!

Pros
Well designed and function perfectly! Have always used Beeman pellets for over thirty five years and they never fail to function perfectly in the better rifles. Don't use these for plinking...too expensive!

Cons
None to speak of!

5.0
By FrankJanuary 3, 2016

Shooting a RWS 350 magnum, This pellet has a good amount of drop. Once you figure that out it is a very accurate pellet. Can consistantly hit a golf ball at 75 yds, Definetely need a Mil Dot scope. Mine is about a Mil. dot every 10 yds. past 25yds.

Pros
Very accurate, Major stopping power, Tracks straight

Cons
Heavy with alot of drop

5.0
By TimUSAMay 29, 2015

Very pleased with accuracy as I plan to hunt with these.

Pros
Heavy - should be good hunting pellet. Hunting accuracy in my rifle

Cons
None

5.0
By richard e.January 13, 2015

Works great in my umarex octane kills rabbits in one shot

Pros
Price hard hitting

5.0
By KarlUSAJanuary 11, 2015

Am shooting a souped up Ruger Air Magnum in .22 with the barrel cut down to 13.5 inches, a new spring and piston seal along with new breach seal and shims to tighten the gap. Lighter pellets fly all over with this springer and render a supersonic "crack", but these Kodiak's are heavy enough to stay on track, stay subsonic and still knock gray squirrels out of the tree at 40 yards with no problem. They also shoot exceptionally well in my Benjamin Genesis, my go to gun when cocking the 13.5 inch barrel on the Ruger wears my arm and shoulder out but I'm not ready to take a break from shooting.

Pros
Heavy and consistent, typical German quality.

Cons
None...I just ordered another 8 tins.

5.0
By RaymondUSAJanuary 5, 2015

After installing a JM Kit, my Diana 350 shot better, but not great. I wondered if it was my hold, my scope, my mounts, were the stock screws loose, etc. ? Then I tried a box of these Kodiaks, and it change everything. Sighting in at 20 yards, I was shooting one hole groups. I played around with my zero, and settled on a 35 yard zero point. With that zero, I can use my Hawke Airmax dots out to 50 yards. At 50 yards my groups are right at 1". Sometimes, I can shoot much tighter, but not consistently. One inch at 50 has become the norm, and I never throught this was possible. You need a mil-dot, or M.A.P. type scope with aiming points. Please keep in mind that there is no free lunch however. Going from a 14.3 grain pellet to a Kodiak 21+ grain pellet means you lose velocity, and the pellet drops much faster. The 14.3 grain pellets allowed me to use my scope's dots out to 60 yards, and even 65 yards if I extended my zero out a bit. However, in my experience the 14.3 grain pellet isn't as accurate at extended ranges. There's no point in having that range if I can't hit small targets. Playing around, and trying different zero distances with the Kodiaks (or any pellet) is the key. If you keep doing what you are now doing, you keep getting the same results. Airgun Depot had a sale on thes, and with buy 6 get 2 free program, it is the best deal I have ever found. Watch for their specials, and then stock up.

Pros
Accurate, powerful, and softens the shot cycle of my 350

Cons
Heavy pellets drop fast, but stll allow me 50 yards.

5.0
By mitchNovember 16, 2014

Recently I purchased a 22 caliber airgun for plinking and found unlike the 177 calibers I had to explore my options with pellets the kodiak pellets being heavier than most I found in my gun a umarex octain that it was the most accurate and consistent for my rifle and because of the extra weight of the pellet it does wonders on squirrels. They are a one shot pellet with power and energy for small game . Very happy customer right here . Thanks

Pros
Knock down power accuracy.

Cons
Because of the weight they are not as fast as alloy pellets.

5.0
By ThomasOctober 23, 2014

I have used these in a Crossman 1322 pistol and in a Benjamin Trail NP XL. Slightly reduced muzzle velocity, but the extra mass helps them retain more velocity at 25 yards. Still holds point-of-aim compared to the 16gr Gammo pellets but considerably more impact energy. Works surprisingly well in the pistol. These pellets still hold point of aim and will easily punch through 3/8" plywood. I didn't think the pistol was capable of doing that. These pellets are my new favorite.

Pros
Quality construction, consistent shape and weight. More retained velocity at longer distances. Very good penetration.

Cons
None for the pellets, but lid of the tin comes off too easily. I would prefer a screw-on lid.

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