GAMO Pointed tip for large energy transfer The pointed tip and single-ring design increases the mushroom effect for best results on small games. Not recommended for use in repeating rifles or pistols. Greater expansion. .177 caliber, 7.9 gr. Important information for California residents
Gamo Master Point .177 Cal, 7.87 gr - 250 ct $4.99
10% Recommend this product (1 of 10 responses)
November 21, 2015
You get what you pay for. Lots of lead chips.
ProsDidn't shoot bad out of my Benjamin trail, reasonable accuracy.
ConsHad to clean my gun after only maybe 80 to 90 pellets.
June 21, 2014
Not worth the $
accuracy was a bit disappointing
June 12, 2014
Not good enough
appear nicely made however they chamber inconsistent and give poor accuracy in my Gamo Bull Whisper BC at 25 yards they gave groupings of about 2.5 inches not good enough for me.
ProsNice tin, look like they'd be effective IF they hit your pest.
ConsInconsistent chambering, Poor accuracy in MY gun
October 8, 2012
Doesn't fit well
Compared to other pellets I use, this one bends so easily and it jams easily. I used some Crosman and they both loaded and shot much better.
ConsEasily bends out of shape when loading.
March 15, 2012
GAMO 250 master pt. pellets .177
Shoots really great in my gamo socom rifle.
Prostight groups at 20 yds. with scope on my gamo socom.
August 30, 2010
I shot a bird from below at 600 fps, the pellet entered its lower body and exited through the back of its head. enough said.
By Sguirrel Slayer
January 23, 2010
I used these pellets in my Crosman Quest 1000x and these pellets are great. People have said that they can't keep it zeroed in. With these pellets it will stay. I have already shot 3 mice, 1 squirrel, and birds. These do the job.
September 15, 2008
ive been using this pellet for a year great for hunting small game or pinking for fun hits the mark pretty much every time love them.
By David Caceres
October 25, 2007
While the price is good for the quantity, I did notice some of the pellets were unusable (or maybe they were usable, but I wouldn't risk it) because the rear end was bent slightly into a triangle shape instead of the circular shape that most were...maybe that was from shipping though. Even besides that, I also had to flick off some lead shavings which were still partially attached to the pellets and may have caused barrel damage if used.
July 23, 2007
great pellets i bought a tin of these and my gun is rated at 500 ft per second but with these pellets i can take down a ground hog with 1 shot highly recomended pellets