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Gamo Blue Flame .177 Cal, 5.4 gr - 100 ct

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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
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight5.4 grains
  • Pellet Shape-1
  • Pellet Quantity100 ct
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.2
4.016 Reviews
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2.0
By JasonJanuary 12, 2019

These pellets are all over the place. Had over 20 blue tips left over, yes they fall out siting in the can. For this price, 80% were good. This is unacceptable to me. Back to Crossman I go.

Pros
None

Cons
Everything

5.0
By WallyUSAAugust 13, 2018 Verified Purchase

My favorite pellet does everything from targets to pest control

5.0
By JamesUSAOctober 3, 2016

I have used this pellet in all of my pellet shooter, I love the impact they have, a little pricey, but in my opinion, they are worth it.

Pros
Hard hitting, and accurate at 30 feet.

Cons
None

4.0
By RONUSAAugust 1, 2016

Increase in fps due to weight but less accuracy

Pros
Speed

Cons
Less accurate Expensive

5.0
By ArthurUSAFebruary 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.

4.0
By Soon M.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

4.0
By VincentUSASeptember 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

5.0
By NicoleUSADecember 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.

3.0
By WillieUSADecember 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.

5.0
By timMarch 26, 2011

i just shot one with my Airmaster 77 at some metal and it went though it

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Hello friend, do you send pellets for Brazil? How much the shipping? very day's for receive here?

asked Aleson Ramos

Aleson, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

I have a Gamo Whisper Deluxe .177, and use basic pointed pellets for frog hunting with bad luck. What do these pellets do after impact?

asked Derek

These pellets act similar to a hollow point. When the pellet hits the target the blue point helps to pierce target and then the metal part expands for more damage. I've used these pellets on birds and squirrels and took them down easily with one shot.

Michael

I have a Gamo Socom PT- 85, when I purchased these I didn't know they wouldn't fit in the PT-85 / 25 rotory mags because they are too long. So I took a dremel tool and filed down the point to a flat top so they fit. I fired a modified one from my PT-85 and a single original point tip one (single loaded from open slide) at a 1/2' piece of drywall and they had the same effect. The blue plastic tip breaks apart and goes into to target and the "metal" head butterflies open. So in a sence its a high velocity hollow point. Gives the target a harder punch but little penetration. They're ment for soft targets - RD

Rey from USA

Does anybody know if these pellets are compatible with the Gamo P-25 or PT-85? The Red Fire are not. These appear to be of similar construction and function.

asked Kenneth from USA

No, they do not fit, unless they are modified! I filed down the tips to fit and they work like high velocity hollow points. Here are the pix...

Rey from USA
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