This is a precision pellet. A relatively light weight and flat head that cuts targets cleanly makes this pellet tops for shooters wanting tight groups. Extreme accuracy. .177 caliber, 7.5 gr. Important information for California residents
Had high hopes they look very similar to a pellet by daisy that I used when I was a youth and had great results with. but In my gun a Gamo Bull Whisper BC they grouped about 1 3/8" at 25 yards. which is not quite acceptable for me.
Would suggest them though for another gun checking preferences might be a gem in another gun.
ProsLook good, nice little tin
Consmold lines, little flimsy and easily deformed. Not accurate enough for me in MY gun.
August 28, 2013
These are great, I ordered a couple of 250 tins, once I shot the first tin I went and ordered ten more 500 tins, and will be ordering another 20 shortly. Hands down the best deal on wadcutter pellets that I've found. Perfect for plinking and punching holes in targets.
April 4, 2013
Great in Gamo guns
This pellet is my zeroing pellet for my Gamo rifles. It's accurate and doesn't need to be anything else for what it is. Does not work in other rifle brands.
ConsLess compatibility if not used in a Gamo.
November 14, 2012
These pellets are very accurate and are very good for target shooting.
By Basil Jr
December 7, 2010
pellets are pellets depending on what your shooting at and with these are good..
September 24, 2009
I recently purchased a Beretta XXtreme and tried a few different types of pellets with this pistol, GAMO .177 cal Match being one of them. Overall I found this pellet one of the better ones (GAMO Rocket was the worst for my type of gun). The Match pellet didn't leave a lot of residue on your fingers like the Crosman Wadcutter and it was quite accurate as was the Meisterkugeln for Pistols. I would recommend this pellet.
September 30, 2008
Gamo Match Review
Great pellet in my opinion. I had bad experiances with other pellets hunting squirrels with domed pellets tending to zip right through and rws hollow points over expanding and coming apart and not doing enough damage. After much testing with my gamo varmint hunter in balistics gelatin, These proved to be most ideal, making the widest wound channel and entry hole of all pellets tested (gamo hunter, gamo magnum, gamo master point, gamo match WINNER!, and rws super H points). The hollow pellet mushroomed nicely but didn't fragment. So far in the past couple days 4 squirrels have been dropped at ranges from 10 to 25 yards. All were body shots right behind the shoulder and armpit. None Of the squirrels made it farther than 10 feet and didn't require a follow up shot. Even when I hit one a little far back, it didn't go 10 feet. The pellets didn't exit, therefore depositing all of their energy but penetrating through the vitals and staying intact without fragmenting. Overall, they are a great choise for short range pest control in my opinion.