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Gamo Raptor PBA .177 Cal, 5.4 gr - 100 ct

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  • Code: 632264454 · $11.54 · .177 · 5.4 grains · 100 ct
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Gamo Raptor PBA (Performance Ballistic Alloy) enhances penetration and velocity up to 25%. The Gamo Rapor pellet has more knockdown power than standard lead pellets because of the harder metals, and True Gold 18 Karat gold plating eliminates barrel corrosion and enhances accuracy shot after shot. Lead Free PBA is guaranteed lead free and also environmentally friendly. Up to 25% velocity increase in most high power air guns. With the PBA ammo, Gamo is ushering in the next generation in air gun ammunition!
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight5.4 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity100 ct
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Average Customer Review
4.2
4.089 Reviews
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57% (51)
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5.0
By Cody TownleyApril 27, 2020

I'm new to airgun hunting been doing it for a year this is the best and only ammo I will use

Pros
Accuracy every shot I've put down medium sized game with the.177

Cons
Nothing

4.0
By CharlesUSAApril 14, 2019 Verified Purchase

Awesome accuracy

Cons
A little pricey

1.0
By MichaelUSAApril 6, 2019 Verified Purchase

Chamber hard, not accurate. None of my five air guns like the. Don’t know anyone that has had good luck with them.

Pros
Look nice and that?s all.

Cons
Hard to chamber, and not accurate with any of my riffles.

5.0
By Gfunk S.June 20, 2018

Not backyard friendly in suburbia/urbia. Even with a supressor. Not sure of accuracy because I'm too afraid of sighting these Devils in. My neighbors might call the police on me and it is illegal in my city 2 Fire even an airgun. They are best in my lower powered guns. To get more velocity out of them. It's a good thing since they're so expensive. Yes they work in my Sig P226 and every blue moon they will penetrate the hard OSB board I use for a Target (most of the time they bounce off as does every other pellets on the market). Works in my 1077 most of the time just got to watch if they are fitting too tight. These and Airstars will give my 1077 the ability to actually hunt small game. Without them, forget about it, it's just a plinker (Don't recommend airstars for the 1077 you need to file them down to get them to fit).

Pros
Boost velocity. Good quality, round skirt, probably because they're Durable (off the Record, sometimes you can even reuse them if the skirt is in good shape, my cheap-a** will even take a small screwdriver and bend it back into shape, but must have good hand eye dexterity to do so. I am not supposed to suggest reusing them anyways for safety reasons).

Cons
Loud in break barrels and most PCP guns.

5.0
By DaveUSAJanuary 19, 2018

I purchased these years ago for shooting small pests. They are the best and most accurate .177 pellet that my Gamo rifle uses. Years ago I bought a nice scope which is bigger then what came with my Gamo rifle. The accuracy was much improved with this scope vs using scope that came with the rifle. I have a bunch of different types of pellets, and when I use these different pellets I get poor results when it comes to accuracy and kill shots. The gold rapture pellets make accurate deadly kill shots most of the time. Even with the longer more complicated shot's I always hit the target. The difference in penetration is easily seen upon inspecting my kill shots using these pellets.

Pros
Accurate and precise.

Cons
Pricey but worth it.

2.0
By Paul AUSAMay 26, 2017

Well, they do break the sound barrier every time, but if there is a slight breeze, they drift. I even shot them inside in my basement, and the air vent had to be closed because at 20 yards, the air from the vent moved them. I will not be purchasing them any more. I will use what I have left for my air pistol for plinking in the basement.

Pros
sounds cool when you break the sound barrier and you hear both cracks!

Cons
too light for hunting or rifle target (20+ yard) plinking.

4.0
By RaphaelUSAApril 23, 2017

I've had no issues with accuracy or casting in ~4 years of using them. In fact, have not had a single pellet deformed.

3.0
By GarryUSAMarch 19, 2016

These pellets are fast through my Benjamin Steel Eagle. They sound like a 22 round when fired. not very accurate

Pros
Fast

Cons
not accurate

1.0
By RichAugust 6, 2015

Don't waste your money on the "Raptor Power Pellets". They are poorly cast! If you want a Gamo product, I would recommend their "Red Fire" pellets instead. Better than that, I would recommend you look at the RWS line of ammo. I had just bought my first series air rifle. Upon sighting it in, I started with the Gamo Raptor pellets and found them totally unacceptable to the usual "round" pellets. To many of them would resist loading. This was consistent with the four containers I bough from two different sources. As I mentioned about other choices, I am sticking to the RWS brand (I'm not promoting them, but think you will have better shooting with them). Try them and see. That is the best way to improve your shooting! If you want to try GAMO ammo, I would recommend using the "Red Fire" pellets.

Pros
Can't recommend any "pros".

Cons
Poorly caste. To many wasted pellets! Walk A-W-A-Y from the RAPTOR pellets.

3.0
By MarcUSAJuly 26, 2015

I'm going to compare several pellets and give them scores, RELATIVE TO EACH OTHER, ranging from 0-10. The pellet gun I'm using is the Benjamin Trail NP .177 caliber. Since my targets are chipmunks, I've only tested this at ranges from 10' out to 30'. I know that's not very far, but my kill zone is less than 1" diameter. Against a chipmunk, stopping power is kind of hard to judge, so I used a coffee can for that. Beeman Silver Arrow. Score - 8. Surprisingly tight groups with no bullet drop out to 30'. Doesn't always penetrate the coffee can and the dent in the can isn't as large as I thought such a heavy pellet would give. RWS Hypermax. Score - 10. There might be better pellets out there, but I haven't tested them yet. Stopping power is hard to gauge here too. Goes right through chipmunk and coffee can. Such a clean hole it almost seem armor piercing. RWS Meisterkugeln. Score - 8. Just as tight group as Silver Arrow and Hypermax. Doesn't penetrate coffee can either, but I'm going to assume a blunt pellet hitting with such velocity at close range is going to be bad news for the poor chipmunk. Crosman Destroyer. Score - 7. Not as tight a group as above, but pretty good and much better that others I've shot. Stopping power? Tumbles in flight so leaves a gaping, jagged hole in coffee can. It does this every time. Crosman Supersonic SSP. Score - 5. Groups are too large to be useful at anything past 10'. Good penetration, but who cares if your not going to hit your target. Crosman Powershot Gold. Score - 0. Bad groups, poor penetration. Usually doesn't expand to fill up pistols rifling. No penetration of coffee can. Remember this is only tested on 1 pellet gun. It might be better on others. RSW Super H Hollowpoint. Score - 5. Fair groups, but pistol doesn't have the velocity to let this expand. Seldom, but sometimes would penetrate coffee can. Gamo Raptor PBA. Score - 5. Kinda same groups as others with this score. Penetrates coffee can with no distortion like Crosman Supersonic SSP and RWS Hypermax.

Pros
Lead free

Cons
Not accurate in my pistol.

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How many pellets are included?

asked donnie

Donnie, 100 pellets are included. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Is this ok to use with an air pistol? Im thinking of the gamo p-25 blowback.

asked James

James, Yes, these pellets would work just fine in a gamo p-25 blowback air pistol. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Does the gold foul the barrel or leave residue?

asked Rob

I have used these pellets for the last 3 months. I have not found them to foul the barrel at all. The temperatures I have been using them in however has been very cold so I am not sure f higher temps will affect fouling. It would be a good Idea to run a cleaning rod down to find out. If so, safe the patches!! With gold in the 1,500.00 to 1,600.00 an ounce range, safeing the scrap no matter how small will be a good thing! Good luck with them and good shooting too you.

Michael F. from USA

I have been using these pellets once in a while and I didn't notice any residue but I can tell you they are awesome. Much better speed accuracy and grouping than any other pellets I tried so far.

Detelin from USA

what grain are these pellets?

asked james

these pellets are 5.4 grain according to the manufacturer

Scott from USA

I have a Crossman CO2 Semi auto (model1077)what do you think of using raptors in it?jamming??? any other issues? Thank you Ed.

asked Ed Ferency

As long as it is a .177 gun that shoots pellets, you'll be fine.

Conor

do these pellets make the gun louder

asked joe

It depends on ur gun. What is the fps on it? Mine is 1000 fps, and when I use it, it makes my gun really loud. So it really just depends on the fps on ur gun.

Vonte

This ammo is at the border with the speed of sound. using the gamo silent cat rifle, its Ideal ammo, it's slightly louder than lead but does not have the loud crack of sound that other alloy pellets have. An advantage when hunting small game. High speed with low sound (perfect ammo)

Edwin
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