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Gamo Lethal .177 Cal, 5.56 gr - 100 ct

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  • Code: 632274054 · $17.99 · .177 · 5.56 grains · 100 ct
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The Gamo Lethal pellet will help you to accomplish the speed and accuracy you are looking for. The unique shape and longer length of this pellet will allow your airgun to deliver shots with smooth trajectory, to increase accuracy. The slightly flat domed brass nose of the lethal pellet, but drives a tremendous impact for a 4.5mm caliber pellet. The Gamo Lethal lead-free pellet has been found to be able to penetrate a metal plate with a .06" thickness. This pellet provides 38% greater accuracy over lead pellets and will be just what you need to get the performance you are looking for. Features:
  • Lead Free
  • Delivers High Impact
  • 38% Greater Accuracy
  • Suggested Use: Hunting Small Game
  • Ammo Type: Pellets
  • Caliber- .177
  • Weight: 5.56 Grains
  • Nose: Domed
  • Quantity: 100
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight5.56 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity100 ct
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5.06 Reviews
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5.0
By AnthonyUSASeptember 1, 2017

I have used a lot of rounds, but these can reach out and touch something. They are very light and fast. The pellet keeps it's grouping and packs a wall-up when it hits. I use this round for groundhogs and it will kill at 50 yards. My brother-in-law uses them on the farm to get rid of pigeons and groundhogs. You should see the feathers fly. They are a little pricey, but well worth every penny.

Pros
Fast and good grouping.

Cons
Pricey.

5.0
By D. Myke & NatashaUSAMarch 12, 2017

I really love these pellets, the impact power is intense with lethal outcomes. The flow of its accuracy its excellent.. Really don't lose any drift to this pellet. Only downside is that these are quite EXPENSIVE for the count. If the cost was more cost affordable for the average non pro shooting, then this could be the top saling shooting pellet. They work ABSOLUTELY PERFECTLY with the SIG MPX & SIG MCX. However with the MPX& MCX being ARs with 30 ROUND MAGZ. This makes for less shooting & unless you want to pay bullet cost. As the Chief of ACT GUARD, all my Senior ACT GUARD AGENTS use SIG MPX & MCX, but with THE COST OF THE GAMO LETHAL BEING SO COSTLY FOR JUST 3 MAGAZINES FULL of Ammo, we here at ACT GUARD have been forced ( by cost efficiency, plus potency power) to use the CROSMAN DESTROYER (premium class). They take long to load the magz, but we get 250 count for under $3. And they have very similar impact potency. But they suck loading into rifles. All in all the best pellet out is this pellet " Gamo LETHAL " minus the price per count.

Pros
They work ABSOLUTELY PERFECTLY with the SIG MPX & SIG MCX. However with the MPX& MCX being ARs with 30 ROUND MAGZ. This makes for less shooting & unless you want to pay bullet cost. As the Chief of ACT GUARD, all my Senior ACT GUARD AGENTS use SIG MPX & MCX.

Cons
THE COST OF THE GAMO LETHAL BEING SO COSTLY FOR JUST 3 MAGAZINES FULL of Ammo, we here at ACT GUARD have been forced ( by cost efficiency, plus potency power) to use the CROSMAN DESTROYER (premium class). They take long to load the magz, but we get 250 count for under $3.

4.0
By BrianUSAFebruary 8, 2017

I bought these and some H&N Hornet along with Swiss Arms TG-1, Black. I got these for some small game. Through various tests to see what I think is better for what I need it for I believe these fall just short. Good accuracy but not a lot of penetration or damage potential. The Hornets on the other hand have GREAT penetration and damage potential. Tested on plywood and and old LCD monitor. Hornet goes through the plywood and lodges deep into the screen. These lodge into the plywood and when tested on just the screen penetrate slightly and bounce. Wish I took photos of before and after but did not think of it at the time.

Pros
Accuracy (But not 38%. More like 10%)

5.0
By RobUSASeptember 15, 2015

I normally wouldn't try a long shot with a pellet while hunting small game, but I took a 46 yard shot, yes 46, on a rabbit and nailed it with this .177 pellet. very little drop and still hit with good penetration.. Bone Collector rifle combined with this round amazed me. my new favorite pellet.

Pros
accuracy impact power

5.0
By PorkchopDecember 22, 2014 Verified Purchase

I recently bought game bone collector in .177, was trying out different pellets at a bunch of targets. Tried em out on a steel can approximately 12" in diameter. Game redfire and preditor red tips only dented can, but these blew right through the can, both sides..... I was amazed by the penitration. Cannot wait to try these out on some small game....

Pros
Light weight, super tough....

Cons
None. They are pricey, but they are well worth the money...

5.0
By JonathanUSADecember 11, 2013

While expensive, these pellets do definitively perform according to their price. As an example, I was trying to break some IBC cream soda bottles. I tried a couple other pellets first (mostly, Gamo Red Fire), and they either did nothing or just left a tiny dent. Once I loaded up these pellets, they were going through bottles like nothing else. Pretty much any angle I hit the bottle, it would pierce. I was using a Crosman Phantom 1000-X.

Pros
On the spot, every time. Great penetration power. Doesn't shatter when it hits (casing breaks off at point of impact, core continues)

Cons
Not cheap enough for regular use.

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Do these pellets fit the PT 85 gamo Nighthawk somcom

asked alan from USA

No they are too long to fit the magazine.

Mark from USA

do these pellets fit the PT 85 Night haww Somcom

asked alan from USA

No. They are too long to fit in the magazine.

Mark from USA

Will these work with gamo p25 pellet?

asked Stanley from USA

Probably not. The look like they would be too long to fit in the magazine, we have not tried them. Most CO2 pistol magazines take waddcutters or hollow points.

Mark from USA
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