I got these just to see what a super light pellet would do in my AirForce Condor SS.
They are extremely fast. Like ridiculously fast.
Beyond 60 yards they begin to wander...the accuracy deteriorates as the distance grows.
But for back yard plinking and a WOW factor through the Chronograph these things are awesome.
ProsFast. Supersonic for sure out of an AirForce Condor SS.
ConsNot so accurate beyond 60 yards.
By Francisco L.
San Jose, Ca
October 17, 2018
Stick With Lead .25 - They Should Make These Pointed Not Round Nose
These pellets shoot pretty consistently and since they are aluminum you get that FPS bump. And when you are shooting these pellets you do notice the higher FPS because there is less delay from trigger pull to hitting the target when switching from lead, it is pretty obvious. The only bad thing about these pellets is that penetration is horrible. I thought with higher FPS there would be more penetration, these pellets dent, bounce off, or slightly poke through thin or average steel targets and wood that other lead pellets melt through, even round nose lead pellets. I do not like to hunt or do pest control I just like shooting targets, but these pellets seem like they would bounce off skin or animal hide. If you have small pests or coyotes or pigs/boars, these pellets will probably scare them off when hit but not hurt them. They should redesign these as pointed pellets or a different style, not round nose. These pellet would probably be a good choice to break in a new pellet gun if you don't like lead.
Less delay in hitting/reaching target
You Get Alot of Pellets
No Damaged Pellets
ConsLess Than Average Penetration Even With Aluminum As A Harder Material And Increased FPS
Redesign This Pellet To Be Pointed Or Different Style May Improve The Penetration Sacrifice
Best UsesTarget Shooting
MORENO VALLEY, CA
November 20, 2017
These are very accurate and hard hitting due to the material they are made of. I have 3 .25 cal PCP's all Hatsan's. They shoot too hot out of all 3. Had to use a regulator on my Galatian to slow them down and get any kind of consistent accuracy out of them. Once I did that, they were great. Some states require the use of non-lead ammo. If this is your case, these would be great for you.
ConsExpensive; the average is about .12 cent a pellet.
By Chris Buccitelli
November 13, 2017
My name is Chris I am 51years old got back into shooting pellet guns again about a year ago. Bought the Jim shockey 22 caliber was very disappointed in the quality. Bought the BSA lightning GRT xl what a gun excellent quality and Craftsman.what I am getting at is the jsb alloy pellets shoot spot on accuracy and what a punch. Tryed lead but they were too heavy for a break barrel gun little pricey but worth it. I recommend jsb design a hunting pellet in alloy would be so awesome. Thumbs up for these pellets highly recommend them
August 4, 2017
A solution for under powered applications
Got a Gama Hunter Extreme SE, nice gun, very accurate, but a little down on power. The power is sufficient for small game but FPS is low 600 with Barracuda and Hunters for example. Saw some reviews and the pellets performed well, Non lead, figured I would give them a try.
Big question was would the pellet hunt? Answer is yes, accurate, non lead, they do not deform, but they loose energy so that actually work pretty good in most hunting situations.
Best in my break barrels, shot a clip in BT65 and not as tight as lead, most likely due to power of BT65f
ProsSuper clean, well formed and consistent shape. Surprisingly tight groups at 700 FPS in the .25
ConsPrice, a lot of money for what you get
June 15, 2017
These pellets are extremely not accurate from FX Impact. They really fly everywhere. From 15 yards pellets are grouping in 7 inch group easy. I thought initially that pellets might be clipping or something. I removed moderator and tried again. Same story.
ConsAccuracy is terrible from FX Impact. Price is to high.
December 29, 2016
Accuracy plus penetration!
I did not expect this pellet to perform well because it is not lead. Boy, was I wrong. This pellet blew through 400 pages of a telephone book when H&N 24 and 27 grain lead pellets only penetrated 270 pages of the same phone book- from same distance and angle. And, more importantly, these Predator GTO's were way more accurate than any .25 cal. Pellet that I have shot out of my HW90. I was so impressed I immediately bought 10 more tins of the .25 cal. Pellets and I ordered 2 tins in .22 cal. To try in my Diana 460 magnum. I have not shot the .22's yet because the weather has been bad since receiving them, but I'll review them once I shoot them.
ProsGreat accuracy and great penetration and the best non-lead pellet I've used so far.
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