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- Caliber0.22 cal
- Ammo TypePellets
- Ammo Weight14.5 gr
- Pellet ShapeDomed
- Pellet Quantity200
Very accurate very consistent.
Always get a great grouping at 30 yards.
When it impacts, it sounds like what I heard when my mother used to swat our kitchen rug outside with a stick as hard as she could. High polish and high quality. Best suited for 20 plus meters.
DON IN TX.
Do buy from Airgun Depot.
I own a Gamo Big Cat and this pellet does no wrong
I also own a Chinese B3-1 underlever rifle and this pellet does well when no other will, because the gun is crap. Anyone want it?!?!
I read a lot of people complain about getting a bad tin of pellets and that's just bad luck. Most of the pellets are not deformed and shoot well. the ridges on the skirt confused me because upon trigger pull the air is supposed to flare out the skirt for contact with the rifling in the barrel and the ridges in the skirt only serves to create a weak contact allowing more lead fouling to chip off and collect inside the barrel.
Performance wise these pellets do well enough where my previous observation is made obsolete and I love these pellets. There are so many .22 pellets out there like the .177 and these pellets are cheap enough (cheap enough on Airgun Depot only because else where these are pricey)
Please remember that this is a 250 count tin. Many people forget the pellet count and only look at the hard pricing. A tin of 250 for $9 is cheaper than a tin of 175 for $8.
If you are ever in the position of wondering which pellet your rifle likes best. This pellet is a must try. You just might find a pellet that performs the way you want your shots to perform while staying away from premium hunting pellets and the prices that come with the territory.
This week I received my new Benjamin Titan GP. Last night I mounted the scope and sighted it in using the RWS Superdomes. Tonight, I shot two 10 round groups with the RWS pellets and was very pleased with the results. I had no fliers in either group and I believe that someone with slightly better marksmanship skills than I possess could have easily cut the group sizes in half.
I have posted pictures of one of groups with the Hatsan along with a picture of a group that I shot with Benjamin Discovery Domed Magnums from the Hatsan for comparison. The group with the Benjamins is typical of what I experienced with all the other pellets I tried that night in the Hatsan. I have also posted a picture of one of the groups shot with the Titan GP. Also of note, I got good penetration in a 2x4 from these pellets out of the Titan and the Supercharger. These are not the cheapest pellets around but exhibit good quality. However, I feel that they are worth the price for me based on quality and performance and I have already ordered a 5 pack of 500 round tins. I would definitely recommend these pellets.
I have 3 defferant types and the superdome seems to get a tighter group, hard to mesure when the paper is so close on the group and me pulling off a little, but all in all they will do the job.