Non-lead alloy material is up to 25% faster than lead and maintains high accuracy
Enables air guns that normally shoot at 800 fps to shoot at up to 1,000 fps
Semipointed design results in excellent stability and weight retention
Performance Ballistic Alloy (PBA®) technology offers ballistic stability at supersonic speeds and up to 90% weight retention
Pellets weigh 9.8 grains
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Gamo Raptor .22 Caliber PBA® Air Gun Pellets 50-Pack
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Rated 2 out of
LolThese pellets are a joke, all pellets designed to be super sonic in most guns are... Us super powerful pcp guys and Modded out spring gun guys have to shoot very heavy pellets to stay sub sonic as well as stay out of the trans-sonic area to if we want to have super tiny groups. The point of these pellets is simply to make a super sonic crack from an air gun... Silly for the simple fact that you are having mini dry fires every time you shoot one of these alloy pellets in spring/gas piston guns.. its fine in co2 and pcp guns but in piston guns the pellet is so little weight that it's allowing the piston to really slap hard and it's VERY bad for your gun... You would cause less damage over time by firing the gun "wet" dieseling the gun... You want noise then dieseling it will cause that along with a pretty big boost in FPS and still cause less damage then these stupidly low weight pellets... Not to mention these absolutely max out at 20 yards in accuracy if they are even accurate at more then ten yards and the energy falls off so quickly they are nearly usless on game at more then 25 feet or so and they are so poorly accurate you can't make quality efficient killing shots are more then 10 yards anyhow... If you shoot at an animal at more then 10 yards with these you will wound and harm animals without efficiently putting them down and that's being wrong as a person... Forget about alloy pellets they harm your gun, are horribly inaccurate, drop energy at a stupidly quick rate, can not be used at any distance to take game, super sonic crack makes to much noise, cost way to much and so on... Now they do have a use.. that use is if you have animals and a rat issue and don't want your animals eating the over penetrated or missed shot lead on the ground and so on... Then the alloy/tin pellets are useful (remember if you have a high end gun they will wear your barrel faster as they are MUCH MUCH harder then lead) if using them for rodent control please keep your shots at a max distance of 15 yards or you will wound and cause suffering to many of the ones you shoot do to not being able to hit the rodent in a spot to kill it instantly or as close to instant as possible. I have not had one gun (my Daystates, FX and Edguns all 3 to 5,000 dollar air rifles that are so precisely accurate it is crazy I have a Armada Magpul as well my lowest cost gun at 1kusd and many Modded and tuned to the max spring/gas piston guns but would never ever shoot these out of a piston gun) be able to group these at under 3 inches at 30 yards and remember these are the best most accurate air rifles in the world.. most guns can hold under 5 inches at 30 yards with these, they also become highly unstable when they transfer from super to sub sonic... Slow motion scope cam has showed me them tumble when the super sonic shock wave catches the pellet knocking it end over end. In a short simple statement, don't waste your money on these and buy some high quality pellets that will do everything better... If its the super sonic crack you want then diesel a lighter weight lead pellet as it will harm your gun less. Pic is ten of these in .22 from a FX pcp gun at 25 yards... That gun will shoot ragged holes at 100 yards with most any pellet and with the ones it likes shoot a slightly rounded out single hole at 75 yards. It makes me laugh how inaccurate they are.