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Gamo Pointed PBA .22 Cal, 14.4 gr - 100 ct

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Gamo Pointed PBA .22 Cal, 14.4 gr - 100 ct

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  • Code: 632272154 · 0.22 cal · 14.4 gr · 100 ct
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Gamo .22 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: 100 count
  • Material: Copper
  • Weight: 14.5g
  • Caliber: .22 (5.5 mm)
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight14.4 gr
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity100
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Summary
Gamo Pointed PBA .22 Cal, 14.4 gr - 100 ct   $17.99
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50% Recommend this product (3 of 6 responses)
By Steve
Youngstown, Ohio
June 22, 2017
Accurate
I use these in my beeman and consistently shoot 1\2" groups at 25 yards. I used this pellet to take a groundhog at 22 yards. The groundhog went down with one shot no problem. I have now taken one large and one small groundhog with these pellets. Both were one shot kills.
ProsAccuracy and penetration
ConsNone that I have encountered
By denverite
Denver, CO
March 16, 2015
Meh...
I picked up a tin with my rifle at the local brick & mortar, and just haven't been impressed for the price. Out of a Benjamin Trail NP2, it seems really inconsistent, throwing much lower than I'd expect a 14.5g (versus the 14.3g CPHP the gun is sighted for) pellet to land. Worth pointing out that these alternative metals are significantly harder than lead, so don't deform in any manner for penetration or hunting "expansion".
By Joe Dz
Harvard, MA
November 3, 2014
Size Issues
I shot these pellets at a lead free range using a Diana RWS 460 Magnum .22 springer. Their size seemed to be all over the place. Some were loose and some were sung fits into the breech. Some were so snug that when pushing them into the breech the skits bent. The more loosely fitting pellets grouped OK at 50 feet at the indoor range, but until Gamo can produce a consistent size, I would recommend using something like the H&N Barracuda Greens if you have to shoot lead free someplace.
ProsLoose fitting pellets into the breech grouped fine at 50 feet at an indoor range.
ConsToo many pellets were snug to very snug fits, where sometimes the skirts were bent while pushing them into the breech. Gama needs to improve their consistency.
By Tim B.
Oklahoma
November 18, 2013
Junk
Well they are .22 cal., sorta. Most do not fit the chamber. They aren't copper, only copper coated. Not even sure what the base metal is. These pellets are poorly made.
ProsNone what so ever.
ConsRead review.
By dale mccandless
weyauwega wi.
June 24, 2012
straight shooting
i just tried these in my benjamin 22 pellet rifle and they shot great at 20 yards. I could hit the same hole over and over. These pellets are the best I have tried so far.
Prosfit in gun great seal good
Consnothing so far except the price
By ALBERTO
August 22, 2011
GAMO PBA BULLET .22
AMMUNITION USED IN THIS CARABIN HATSAN XRD 135, 1000 FPS WITH THE RESULT WAS EXCELLENT WITH GREAT GROUP, distances of 50, 60, 70 METERS.
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