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RWS Hobby .177 Cal, 7 gr - 300 ct

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RWS Hobby Pellets offer the uncompromising guarantee of quality you expect from them, at a rock-bottom price. Designed primarily as a practice/plinking target. RWS Hobby Pellets are the equal of many higher priced pellets. RWS Hobby Pellets give very high velocity and accuracy at short to medium airgun ranges.
  • .177 cal(4.5 mm)
  • 7 grain
  • Wadcutter
  • 300 count
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  • ManufacturerRWS
  • Caliber .177
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Ammo Weight 7 grains
  • Pellet Shape Wadcutter
  • Pellet Quantity 300 ct
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By LynnNovember 22, 2019

These pellets are slightly over sized. they do not fit well in my pistols,but work fine in my rifles. The older hobby pellets were better sized.

High quality light weight lead pellet.

Bigger size than older Hobby pellets.

By KeithUSAJanuary 5, 2019

This information is based on accuracy results obtained using several IZH 46M air pistols. No other platform was used. I had the opportunity to test many top rated pellets of various weights in five different Izzys when coaching a youth pistol program in Fla. Shooting was done at 10M from sand bags. None of the pellets tested, including the $15,00 per tin match pellets outperformed the Hobbys. Experienced three shot cloverleaf groups INSIDE the 10 ring repeatedly. Buy some! Disregard the photo. It was shot offhand and I don’t know how to remove it.

By ScottUSANovember 3, 2018

Good value but skirt is tight fit in Diana 240. Requires seating into the breech.

By EricUSAMarch 21, 2017

These are better than the RWS Diablo Basics for me. I find these Hobby to more consistent at 10m for practice. Save the H&N Match or Meisterkugelns for the real scores..! Pellets are very uniform in shape and clean. Used these in my Daisy 853, Gamo Cadet SP, P17 and custom Crosman 1377. AirgunDepot shipped them fast and safe!

Consistent performance from a variety of air pistols to rifles.

By StephenUSAJanuary 1, 2017

Picked up a tin to use with my Benjamin trail np pistol but found that they are flaired too much and stick out of the barrel past the breech seal and are smashed between the barell and piston chamber causing inaccurate shots

They look nice and shiny

Can't use them in my pistol

By ParkerUSADecember 27, 2016

Used in the QB78 acheived sub 1/2" groups better than the diablo basic wadcutters

pretty cheap accurate group well in the QB


By BretUSADecember 19, 2016

I tried these many because of price, the meisterkueln's were getting pretty pricey for shooting cans with my pistols. So far so good they seem to be fine for close range shooting, and 50% less than meisterkugln's.Give them a try for casual shooting!

Good quality, great value! give them a try!!!

By ChuckUSASeptember 27, 2016

Accurate time after time, reasonably priced.


By JamesUSAJuly 5, 2014

I was very surprised at the accuracy of these light wadcutters in my magnum gas piston gun namely a Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper. But they printed a nice 7/8 inch group at 25 yards not the best groups ever but better than expected from a wadcutter at that speed. I have been pleased with pretty much every RWS pellet I have shot thus far.

Good accuracy, good pricing

Wad cutter shape is very likely to cause issues when I move on to longer range shooting, not the pellets fault of course

By WillieUSAMarch 22, 2013

I shot a lot of these to perfect my artillery hold. Mastering this unique hold takes quite bit of shooting and these pellets are priced right to make me feel less guilty about discharging a high number of shots. Mastering the artillery hold (at least for me) has been trying and these pellets are perfectly suited for my purposes.

Inexpensive and good all around practice pellet. They are not the best pellet made but for the price they meet my needs.


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Hey Y'all with the flared skirt issue... I have a comment and not a question. I have discovered a long long time ago from Dr. Robert Beeman and is wife Toshiko that with some H&N and RWS pellets with a tight skirt fitting to the barrel, you do have to gently push the pellet into the breech. When they were at San Rafael in NorCal they sold an item called the "Pellet Pen" which was 4" short with a pen clip holder to carry in your pocket. The pellet pen had a blunt nose on one end and a rounded ball on the other. The ball end could open and flare any damaged skirts real nice just right; slip the pellet into the breech and you could use the blunted tip that fit perfect into the skirt to push it in. The tip automatically stopped about 1/4" in .22 and 1/8" in .177 into the breech. There is an article on the physics of proper seating depths of pellets and lead balls in breeches. I have notice that there is a little bit less noise if not a little bit less recoil since said pellet is already seated deeper in the barrel. I mean it's still loud, but it is smoother. I hope this helps.... Also I do this with an old old old Beeman R1 (1986?) with the pellet seated just right, and just the tiniest drops of Pellgun oil or airgun lube just with and behind the skirt of any pellet and sshot out of a rifle capable of 900fps will provide a 40 to 90fps boost and a loud crack. I don't recommend that you do this at all but it is a novelty and with a good Sabot or those composed of tin really blister with laser armor penetration. I live in wine country so the loud supersonic crack sounds like a cap gun. Peace...

asked J. from USA

hello i'm cuncun suwandi from Indonesia, could u deliver to my country? how much it cost. Thanks

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Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Cost always changes for shipping but you should be able to see it before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA
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