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Skenco NewBoy Senior .177 Cal, 15.8 gr - 150 ct

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  • Code: PY-P-804 · $6.99 · .177 · 15.8 grains · 150 ct
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The Skenco NewBoy Senior pellets may be a perfect match for you. They are a heavier pellet and provide superior penetration, turning your .177 caliber air rifle into a hunting machine!
  • Caliber: .177
  • Grain: 15.8
  • Quantity: 150
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Hunting and Field Target Shooting; Ranges Over 50 Yards
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  • ManufacturerSkenco
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight15.8 grains
  • Pellet ShapeWadcutter
  • Pellet Quantity150 ct
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By BrianUSAJune 14, 2019 Verified Purchase

Very disappointed to find out that these are way too big for my Gamo Whisper Fusion they look great container was great everything else was perfect until I tried to load it and I couldn't even if I would even come close to fitting so two stars for how packaging was and for how Clean and uniform the appearance was . I returned them

Packaging is good. Look nice clean uniform

Way too big for Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 very disappointed

By JamesUSAAugust 30, 2017

I shoot these out of my Hatsan AT44-10 QE .177 cal at 900 fps (28 fpe), and they are tack drivers. Been able to shoot 1/16th inch groups at 22 yards (all the distance I have in my back yard) and am excited to see what they do a greater distances.. Every time I go out to shoot further distances the wind has not cooperated so I have resorted to plinking tin cans at 100 yards. I did shoot some spinners at 50 yards and they shot a 1/4" group (one ranging shot on the right, and then three shots on the spinners).. With the rifle, scope and bi-pod my rifle weights in at 11.25 lbs and that always helps because my rifle does not move at all when fired.

Accurate and heavy, makes them good pellets for longer distances by being able to keep momentum high vs lighter pellets. They retain close to 50% of the muzzle energy at 100 yards (28.4 fpe at the muzzle, 13.7 fpe at 100 yards)..

None so far.

By GarryUSAMarch 19, 2016

I bought these in hopes a heavier pellet would be more accurate in my Benjamin Steel Eagle. Shot about 10 pellets only because most would not load into my gun. Of the ones I shot, all over the place. low, high, right, left. lucky if I had a 8 inch group at 25 yards.

From what I could tell they hit hard

not accurate in my gun

By LawrenceUSAAugust 6, 2014

Surprised how good this pellet turned out to be. Not hatsan clip friendly but in Benjamin xl1500 Hits the mark. also shoots good in p-rod- and crosman 1901p

Price and workmanship not bad at all.

By Michael DUSAJanuary 10, 2014

these pellets make my .177 cal. trail NP hit like my .22 cal. trail NP . consistent grouping out to 50 feet. they deliver a lot of energy at 50 feet. they definitely quiet down my trail NP by eliminating the cracking sound you get from lighter pellets traveling at the speed of sound. If you don't have a .22 cal. but want .22 cal. power this is a good pellet to try.

heavy hitter, consistent groups out to 50 feet


By Dennis J.March 19, 2013

I have a Benjamin spring loaded pellet rifle. I first shot 7.9gr of .177 caliber. The light load of the 7.9gr would not hold any pattern. I then ordered 10.5gr of .177 pellet. This heavier load shot better than the 7.9gr pellet, but still was not consistent with a close pattern. After shooting the 15.8gr Newboy Senior pellet in the .177 caliber, I zeroed the rifle at a distance of 60 feet. I put four Newboy Senior pellets in a 1 1/4 inch circle. I was very pleased with this pattern and pellet. I recommend the Newboy Senior 15.8gr pellet for anyone who has a high powered air/pellet rifle. The higher the grain the better the pattern.

The higher grain of pellet produced a good pattern of 1 1/4 inch circle at 60 feet. This pattern gives me a better kill shot with shooting varmints.

Cons: Do not have any negative comment of the Newboy Senior 15.8gr pellet.

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will these kill my gamo big cat

asked joshua from USA

Only if you shoot it with one.Sorry could not help myself. In my experience what hurts the gun is dry firing or shooting it with no pellet. PBA or light ammo is just as bad.Shooting heavy ammo is easier on the gun but it does make it kick harder witch is harder on the scope.Heavier ammo is more accurate at long distance If you are hunting with the big cat these would be a good choice

Beverly from USA
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