- Caliber: .22
- Grain: 18.2
- Quantity: 100
- Nose: Pointed
- Use: Hunting and Pest Control
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- Caliber0.22 cal
- Ammo TypePellets
- Ammo Weight18.2 gr
- Pellet ShapePointed
- Pellet Quantity100
WOW - penetration was unreal! If penetration is what you are looking for, I believe this this pellet would go through a deer skull at 50 feet or under.
If expansion is your goal the predators do better in my opinion but lack the penetration of the ultra.
No one pellet is a solve all.
Rifle - Gamo Big Cat
FPS - 815
Caliber - .22
Test medium - gator aid 1 quart bottle with thick plastic filled with water
Shot distance - 125 feet
Cross wind 5-10 mph
Predator Polymag 16 gr
Crossman destroyer 14.3 gr
OK so the polymag the destroyer both penetrated the bottle just and they did not have good expansion they collapsed in in them self
The poly mag only had about 3" of wind adjustment and the destroyer had about 5" of wind adjustment.
Held about 3 MOA
The ultramag not only penetrated the bottle but pit a dent in the back after traveling through the liquid but had no expansion.
First shot I grazed the side of one bottle and it ripped a 2" gash clean through (wind adjustment was off, got a big gust).
Second shot was about 1.5" into the bottle and completely passed through
3rd shot dead center and rocked the bottle that was Jammed in the snow bank.
Most impressive part is that the ,oa reaper ability was about .5 MOA with the wind
I had about 4" of win adjust to make for the ultramag.
I zero my scope with destroyers
Polymag was 3" high and
Ultramag was 4.5" high
These test results are practice and done in a none controlled environment.
I am not an expert just an engineer for a living and wanted to share what I learned.
Let's face it I am out to kill ground hogs with head shots at 75 feet - this will be my go to pellet for that work.
Luckily don't need many.
I will put a YouTube up later titled something like skanko ultramag