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RWS Hyper Velocity .177 Cal, 5.2 gr - 100 ct

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  • Code: 213-7509 · $13.99 · .177 · 5.2 grains · 200 ct
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RWS Hyper Velocity pellets produce ultra high velocities in all medium powered air rifles. RWS Hyper Velocity pellets sit inside a plastic sabot that provides a snug barrel fit for optimum velocity and accuracy. These lead free pellets will not produce lead particles in the air, in your barrel, or leave lead residue on your fingers.
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  • ManufacturerRWS
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight5.2 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity200 ct
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By BFebruary 18, 2019

Bought these last fall & noticed the majority of the plastic casings (sabot) were cracked randomly. Returned to Umarex USA. Replacements came 5 months later. Not sure if they sent back the same package, because these were exactly the same, cracked. Not sure how one could achieve any sort of consistent accuracy with some pretty big crack/splits on the sabot case.


more than 60% cracked

By MikeJune 22, 2017

Using umarex fusion with these pellets. Astoundingly better than lead and still quiet as a whisper.

Easier to bolt in, but still small for big fingers. Deadly accurate with my CO2 based gun,

High priced

By GodenJuly 15, 2014

Make no mistake - these things have piercing power unlike any pellet I've ever tried. They can go right through or stick into materials that most pellets just bounce off of. That is if they actually hit your target. These little pellets have hilariously bad accuracy. I tested them in several air rifles held in a vice and actually getting them to hit your target is a gamble. Even at a distance as short as 5 to 7 meters they are inaccurate enough to miss a tin-can lid sized object completely. The second accuracy problem is they don't often fly straight after leaving the barrel. I have a feeling the aerodynamics of these is very poor as they often tumble through the air after being fired. Imprints left in targets indicate they sometimes turn 90 degrees in flight and hit the target sideways. Get these for plinking fun - not for anything you need reliability for.

Insane piercing damage. Lead free Good fit in barrel Very, very fast

Hilariously inaccurate Expensive

By connorDecember 10, 2013

very accurate pellets but i tried hunting with them and the red part of the pellet just barely goes into an animals skin. but the metal part goes through and through. still killed the animal though. but still a very good pellet. also a little trick with these if you remove the steel tip and then are just left with the red part load the red part in your gun and fire it. sounds like a gun shot if done in a field or mountain area. (I'm not responsible for damage to any guns).

By JohnUSANovember 20, 2013

I saw these online and after reading all the reviews decided to order a bunch. I have a Ruger Air Magnum .177 and it is stated that these pellets will achieve the 1400 fps rated for the air magnum. I am completely convinced that the velocity was achieved, They sound like a .22 cal. rifle. However, I tried, with no success for an entire weekend to attain the .5" groups that I have grown accustomed to with the Gamo tomahawks. The best I could achieve was 1.75" and this grouping was the exception the the many 4.25" groups with many fliers out to 7" and almost every one of the 400 pellets that I loaded into the chamber seamed to be just slightly looser that the lead tomahawks. They look cool but my gun didn't like them.

Good Looking. Massive penetration!, Exceptionally fast, Sounds like a real rim-fire .22 cal.

Loose fitting in my chamber. Not very consistent accuracy, cost.

By DavidUSASeptember 22, 2013

In a Gamo 1200 fps rifle @ 25 yds. these pellets achieved a 1625 fps muzzle velocity (26.2 % increase), 30.5 ft/lbs of energy with no noticeable change in accuracy In a Crosman 445 fps 357 co2 pistol the RWS sabot achieved 593 fps muzzle velocity (7.6% increase), 4.07 ft/lbs of energy with a remarkable increase in accuracy. The Crosman, 3 rounds in an 6" group @25 yards., achieved 3 rounds in a 2" group...These are fantastic pellets. The only warning is they will pass clean through small game which is unethical unless you make a head shot...

increased muzzle velocity and accuracy...Remarkable accuracy in a co2 handgun

Not intended for small game since pellet will pass through an animal causing little damage...

By JeffreyUSAJuly 24, 2013

Don't like these at all for my rws 48. Some pellets just fall out of the breach. Accuracy is all over the place also. Maybe better suited for low velocity air rifles an pistols


Inaccurate Sloppy fit that falls out of breach.

By RichUSAJanuary 27, 2013

Fast, accurate, and looks cool. Did anyone notice the plastic build up on your barrel riffling? Its a real treat to get out.

Fast, deep penetration, and accurate.

Cleaning barrel after using these. I wouldn't recommend these on any expensive air riffle unless you want to replace your barrel.

By BrandonUSANovember 16, 2012

Although they look fancy and pretty expensive, they aren't going to be the best buy for you. But it all depends on what you're looking for. This bullet leaves your barrel super fast that it breaks the speed of sound, but that doesn't mean greater impact. I shot a squirrel and it paused after being in a full sprint. It looked like it paralyzed it and then I finished it off with a crosman hollow point. Overall, I would say it's good for shooting small little birds. But for raccoons and big pests of that size, it's a no go. Also does not fit in some pistol magazines.

Fast, nice design, and intimidating sound.

Loudness, durability, power, and cost.

By HowardUSAAugust 25, 2012

These pellets are hard hitting and also very accurate in my Gamo Hornet.


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what is the over all length for these pellets in inches

asked Robert G

Can this style of pellet be used in a Model 1077 Semi- Automatic Pellet Rifle

asked Robert G Traxler

Not sure how they would work un a semi auto . They were all over the target with my rifle


No its to long I bought it for my 1077 and doesn't fit the magazine

TJ from USA

Does it leave plastic residue in the rifle, especially since it is a high velocity air rifle?

asked benji

Are these pellets good for a revolver Crosman 3576W? If not, what is the best pellets for a 400 fpm hand pistol? Thanks

asked John

Individual results will vary from one gun to another, and most CO2 driven pistols like yours, and mine aren't as powerful as rifles, nor do they have a lot of range, or accuracy at distance? 30 foot target range maximum? Have you been shooting very long? Can you accurately shoot a group using a bench rest/vice or something to stabilize the gun so you can sight it in accurately? I recently bought a Crosman Vigilante, which is similar to your 3576W. The Crosman Vigilante and its older brothers are fine entry level CO2 pistols, good for learning the basics of marksmanship, but they aren't a serious target pistol. After target shooting a tin of Crosman Premier Super Match wadcutters I won't be buying anymore of those, too many fliers. I also tried some Crosman Power Shots which are similar to the RWS Hyper Velocitys, but they are too long, and almost jam in the clip when it is rotated. Read the reviews on both of those pellets, before buying them. RWS is a German company, and I'm sure their pellets are made better than the Crosmans. I tried some RWS HyperMax 5.2gr alloy pellets in my Vigilante and highly recommend them, although they aren't cheap, $10 for 100? Accuracy comes at a price, especially with an entry level gun!! The HyperMax 5.2gr alloy pellet is very light so it will fly faster than a lead pellet, the pellet skirt will seal against the barrel rifling better, improving accuracy and an alloy pellet will have more stopping power because it is harder than a lead pellet. On the strength of the reviews I've read, I am thinking of trying the RWS Meisterkugeln pellets which cost $12 for 500 (available in a lead 7gr. or a lead 8.3gr. pellet). Some of the pellet companies make sample packs of their different pellets, available here, but RWS doesn't sell a sample pack containing both of those pellet weights. Somebody wrote a review recommending a Beeman Silver Arrow 11.57gr pellet, but that's a heavy pellet, and they were probably shooting it through a pellet rifle. All I can recommend is keeping reading reviews, learn more about marksmanship skills and try different pellets to find what works best for you!!

John from USA

How much faster our these pellets?

asked Nicole from USA

do these only work on break barrel rifles or can I use them in a multi-pump fixed barrel rifle?

asked Jun

They will work in any .177 cal gun (except some small pistols)

Steve from USA

what velocity does it reach up to?

asked jose

The velocity that it reaches depends on the rifle you are shooting it out of.

Steve from USA

does the orange stay in your barrel?

asked duck

No, it is apart of the pellet.


no it does not until impact

0scar from USA
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