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JSB Diabolo Exact .177 Cal, 8.4 gr - 500 ct

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  • Code: 300043 · $19.99 · .177 · 8.44 grains · 500 ct
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JSB pellets manufactured in the Czech Republic by Joseph Schulz are considered by many to be the most accurate pellets available in the entire world. The JSB Exact Diabolo pellet is an intermediate weight, round nose pellet that will deliver improved flight stabilization and fine accuracy. The weight has been designed to fit most of the commonly used air rifles.
  • Caliber: .177
  • Weight: 8.4 grains
  • Nose: Dome (Round)
  • Quantity: 500 pellets
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Specs
  • ManufacturerJSB
  • Caliber .177
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Ammo Weight 8.44 grains
  • Pellet Shape Domed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity 500 ct
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Average Customer Review
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4.531 Reviews
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5.0
By TimothySeptember 19, 2022

I weigh all the pellets and sort them by even the 1/10 grain.

Pros
Super accurate in my Hatsan 95. Right on target out to 60-70 yards and hard hitting. They out perform some so-called "hunting" style pellets with one shot kills on squirrels and other varmits that other brand hollow points don't give. I use other brands for paper punching and tin cans but rely on the JSB for serious work protecting my orchard. Have made one-shot kills at 20-30 yards on skunk and opossums. Best pellets made. Also very accurate in my Ruger Air Hawk. Both rifles .177.

Cons
Only problem is not being to buy them in local stores but AD is quick and easy on mail orders.

1.0
By JohnUSASeptember 21, 2021

Pros
I like the pellets in 4.53" head size your advertisement does not mentioned what head size they are, that's what's up with the low rating. ;~(

Cons
Let us know what we are getting head size, etc... Your add even says they are wadcutters SMH

5.0
By CharlesFebruary 2, 2020

Best 177 pellet of found very accurate ,fast shipping and great price .thank you airgun Depot

5.0
By MikeUSAOctober 1, 2019

Just look at what the top comptetitors FT use. It's mostly JSB pellets. I don't think my results are noteworthy (mostly dime size groups at 25 yards), but that's on me. I know I am shooting quality with JSB.

Pros
Consistent and accurate.

Cons
Can't even complain that they are expensive.

5.0
By ThomasUSAJanuary 12, 2019

Excellent accuracy in my LGU .177, 1/2 inch at 40 yds.

Pros
Accuracy

Cons
Still no screwtop tin.

5.0
By PaulUSADecember 14, 2018

This has got to be one of the pellets that you try in your gun to see if it's the one that shoots the best.

Pros
Shoots well in many guns. Uniform, with few if any damaged skirts. The foam disk inside protects pellets from jarring around loosely while being carried and shipped.

Cons
I can live with the container lid as it is but I would prefer a more secure screw-on lid.

5.0
By TerryUSAOctober 4, 2018

In my crosman F4 .177 these JSB's grouped just as good as H&N Barracuta Match and Field Target Trophy. There are a little more fliers than with the H&N's, but not enough to worry about. This is due to the fact that they fit a little looser in the breech. I feel very confident that what I'm aiming at I'll hit, even if it was a flier.

Pros
Good price and accurate

Cons
NONE

5.0
By PedroJune 2, 2017

Stable ,heavy ,accurate

5.0
By MatthewUSAApril 12, 2017

These pellets are clean and they group well at 30 yards.

5.0
By SidneyUSAMarch 19, 2017

Tested these pellets in my Hatsan 95 and appears to be very promising in the accuracy department. I'm able to keep 5 shots within 1 inch at 21 yds. from a supported sitting position. Pellet sizing is consistent as I use a pellet seater and seating effort feels the same from pellet to pellet.

Pros
Very consistent, great quality!

Cons
None.

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What is the head size? Is there a choice of 4.52 and 4.53?

asked DON from USA

Lead or alloy?

asked Bob

So many of the pellets have bent cones on the back end. Does that affect accuracy? Do you try to bend them straighter before loading, with a pencil tip, or something else?

asked Alan
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