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Gamo Pointed PBA .177 Cal, 7.1 gr - 150 ct

  • Code: 632272054 · .177 · 7.1 grains · 150 ct
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Gamo .177 caliber PBA Bullet - A PRECISION NON-LEAD HUNTING PELLET WITH TRUER FLIGHT, LONGER SKIRT & GREATER PENETRATION. Copper retains 100% of its weight after expansion, retaining velocity/energy – creating less ballistic drag. The shape and long skirt create a flatter trajectory and tighter group patterns. Terminal impact for a clean, vital shot kill. The PBA® Bullet produces 30% More Terminal Impact.
  • Quantity: 150 count
  • Material: Copper
  • Weight: 7.1g
  • Caliber: .177 (4.5 mm)
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber .177
  • Ammo Type Lead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight 7.1 grains
  • Pellet Shape 0
  • Pellet Quantity 150 ct
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By LukeUSANovember 25, 2013

These things are awesome.... They sound like a .22 so if you are taking out the neighbor's cat, shop somewhere else. (Just kidding; don't do that... FEMA will get you.) Really high grade pellets, but that shows on the price tag... That's the only drawback.

By bradleyUSAAugust 28, 2012

Groups really well with my pellet gun.

By steve k.July 6, 2012

These pellets are solid enough to penetrate 1/2 wood, However chambering in my single shot Crossman 2240, frequently is difficult. But I did killed a squirrel with it..

Good penetration No lead fouling Quite accurate.

Hard to chamber in some bolt action guns..

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Other than keeping lead out of the environment -- and out of your house, if you shoot indoors -- what are the benefits of lead-free ammo? Does it reduce or eliminate barrel fouling? I didn't think airgun barrels accumulated that much lead to begin with due to lower velocities than firearms. Here on the Airgun Depot website I've seen several comments stating that lead-free pellets generally have higher velocities but less "knock-down power". Wouldn't that have more to do with pellet weight and shape, rather than the material that comprises the pellet?

asked Scott from USA

California law requires lead-free ammo in condor country. In the near future, that requirement will be state-wide. AGD editor note: This does not apply to air gun ammo, as that was excluded from the bill before it passed. Lead air gun ammo, regardless of the caliber, is still legal in CA.


There will be no barrel leading (lead fouling) with these pellets. Pure lead pellets will cause fouling in any barrel. The higher the velocity the worse the fouling will be. You'll see it in reduced accuracy and velocity over time. As for power there are two factors at work. Number one these pellets are lighter than lead, which imparts higher velocity but with less energy imparted to the target. They also don't expand as well as lead, thus even less energy transfer. if you do your job and put the pellet where it needs to go it won't be too big an issue.

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