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RWS Meisterkugeln .177 Cal, 8.2 gr - 500 ct

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  • Code: 2317374 · $12.95 · .177 · 8.2 grains · 500 ct
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RWS Meisterkugeln Pellets in their unmistakable packaging have been part of the equipment of every ambitious marksman for decades. Considerable refinement of product techniques has now enhanced quality even further. A new material composition and surface treatment give the pellet a permanently bright, shiny appearance and prevent oxidation. Dimensional accuracy and adherence to strict weights in production are subject to constant controls. The RWS Meisterkugeln Standard Pellet offers the shooter the uncompromising accuracy of a match pellet and due its weight, long-range knock-down power for all shooting applicatoins. Perfect for sighting in, target shooting and general hunting where pin-point accuracy is a must. Suitable for all air rifles.
  • .177 cal
  • 8.2 grain
  • Wadcutter
  • 500 count
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Specs
  • ManufacturerRWS
  • Caliber0.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight8.2 grains
  • Pellet ShapeWadcutter
  • Pellet Quantity500 ct
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5.0
By MichaelUSAJanuary 5, 2019 Verified Purchase

I have decided to use this pellet as my standard ammo. The cost is reasonable and they work perfect and are uniform and well made. They also are dead on.

Pros
A mid range cost pellet, Very uniform and the right length for the mag. belt

Cons
As stated in review of magazine. It takes a little time to load and has a few steps to go thru before you can start shooting.

5.0
By W C.August 31, 2017

I don't own a collection of air rifles, I have only one. It is a Weihrauch HW-35 made in1979 (We have grown old together).i have found the RWS Meisterkulgn to be the most accurate pellet for my rifle, able to consistently put one shot on top of the previous shot time after time if I do my part controlling breathing and trigger pull. There may be others out there that perform as well, but for my money, these are the best.

Pros
Precision manufacturing insures consistent dependable accuracy, a good value if you aim to hit your target where you intended.

Cons
None. These are consistently great pellets

5.0
By Joseph N.March 16, 2017

Best pellet yet! This review is for both calibers. Both .177 and .22. I used about 4 pellet brands (H&N, R10, Crosman Premier Hollow Points, etc. all good brands!) to test these against. Shooting a measured 10 meters (11 yards) indoors, using a rest. Not only did these pellets shoot a ragged 1-hole group from my Feinwerkbau C5 air pistol (H&N did almost as well), but what got me was how there were no flyers in all the Meisterkugein pellets I shot. In all the other brands, sooner or later I would get a flyer not with the tight group. Yes, even with H&N. I always wrote it off as shooter error. Not so! But I never did with these pellets. They are now my pellet of choice. Also used an RWS Diana Model 52 air rifle in these tests. What a pellet!

Pros
Shiny, great uniformity.

Cons
Not sold everywhere, as they should be.

5.0
By Angry F.February 14, 2017

These pellets are amazing in my Hatsan Edge. I hold 5/8" groups at 20yds and get 1 1/8" groups at 25yrds. Very seldom do I get a flyer although it does happen occasionally. As with the .22 cal pellet these seem to me manufactured extremely well. I have not yet encountered any damage to the pellets. Maybe thats why they shoot so well and have minimal flyers.

Pros
Crazy accurate Very well made consistent shot strands

Cons
Don't have any in this caliber for the rifle I am using.

5.0
By OtterDecember 19, 2016 Verified Purchase

I have used these pellets for years in several different 10 meter rifles and never had a problem. Although I do not shoot in competition, I see no reason to spend more.

Pros
Perfectly consistent.

Cons
None

5.0
By GlennUSADecember 17, 2016

Excellent Pellet with most of my rifles and higher powered pistols, including Hatsan 95 Vortex, Hatsan Edge Vortex, Benjamin Titan XS, Hatsan 25 Pistol and Benjamin Trail Pistol. Some of my lighter shooting pistols like the Meisterkuglen 7.0 gr better.

Pros
After trying out dozens of brands and styles of pellets, this is consistently, the most accurate wadcutter I've yet found.

Cons
None

5.0
By StephenUSANovember 24, 2016

Most accurate pellet in game bull whisper and umearex whatevermathingy

Pros
Most accurate pellet! I tried 5 kinds

Cons
None

5.0
By AndresAugust 22, 2016 Verified Purchase

Well made, all pellet in my can looked and fit well.

Pros
Very accurate

Cons
Ton is not screw cap

5.0
By jimJune 21, 2016

I shoot these off a bench with iron sights to test accuracy at 10 meters indoors. The five shots groups were just one hole groups. To be more specific the Crossman Challenger air rifle with iron sights created a " one hole" group in the center of the standard air rifle offhand target with an enlargement or total diameter of the hole expanding to .212 in diameter over the original .177 diameter of the pellet. So what was the group size as traditionally measured center to center? Take .212 - .177 to get .035..... that is with iron sights...

Pros
accuracy... accuracy... some of the 5 shot groups fired where a bit larger at .25 inches.. leaving a group size (munus .177) of .073. But note these groups are all under .1 inch at 10 meters...

Cons
none, all pellets are of consistent size unlike some brands

5.0
By RobbUSAOctober 22, 2015

Alright, you can get cheaper pellets and if your just can shooting I can see this. In my Gamo Bone Collector, theses perform awesome. I can get great groups. In my poweline good groups as well. I have shot about 10 cans of these and no complaints at all.

Pros
Great Pellets, nice grouping.

Cons
Maybe cost.

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how many cans in a case?

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