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Gamo Raptor PBA Pellets

   

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Performance Ballistic Alloy (PBA) increases velocity up to 20% over lead while maintaining match-grade accuracy. Enables all makes of airguns that normally shoot at 750 fps to shoot up to 900 fps.

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best pellets when i got these pellets i was using a 760 pump master. the pump master was shooting at about 800-850 fps. with these pellets. then i got a gamo varmit hunter combo with this gun it shoots tham at about 1200fps. with my curiosty i wanted to se how far i could hit a target with these pellets. i tried 25 yds. and it was dead center so i put the target out to 60 yds and still hit the 11 by 8 target dead center. June 20, 2007
Tough pellets with good penetration These ought to be the best pellets ever invented! These things are so tough, they kept their shape when I shot them into a block of led! So unless your hunting animals with steel bones,your not going to be finding lead shraps in your rabit stew! But not only are they tough with good penetration, I can also get 1'' groups from up to 25 yards away. these pellets are awsome. August 5, 2007
great pellets i bought some of these amazing pellets first i want to say that knock down power is great i have got groundhogs at 50 yards and they stop it in its tracks the second thing is velocity these pellets are super fast my gun gets them up to 1200 fps this is great ammo i reccomend it for hunting and pest control July 26, 2007
alloy pellet pellet is way over priced [regardless of where purchased], other alloy pellets higher quantity for less cost, not precision by any stretch of imagination. do not consistently go supersonic, recently had entire tube of pellets that about 2 of every 10 would go supersonic, thought rifle was broken, next tube about 9 of 10 supersonic, pellets do have good penetration consistently even when pellet is subsonic but obviously this inconsistency in velocity affects accuracy. would I recommend this product to a friend? not for target shooting, maybe for hunting but visually inspect pellets first, some still have wings from molding hence the lack of precision! February 17, 2010
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like when you go hunting and you hit somthing like a squirl will it tend to mushroom or hold its form
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they tend to stay in thier form one day i shot a groundhog and the pellet blew through and loged itsself in a log i maneged to take it out with a pair of needled nose pliers and it was reletivley unskathed
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The bullets will mushroom upon hitting somthing solid or may just penetrate all the way threw, exellent for varment hunting.
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Have used only on targets and tin cans. On cans, very little flattening. It does go through both sides of a vegetable can.
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They tend to hold their form.
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can these bullets really brake sound barrier and if they can than can it make my crosman quest with a starting volocity of 1000fps brake soun barrier???
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yes when i shoot them they sound like a .22
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Don't no about breaking sound barrier but will increase velocity by 25%, so if your air rifle shoots 1000 fps the will increase your volocity to 1250 fps.
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A friend of mine has a pellet rifle he shoots them in, I can hear a crack of the pellet breaking the sound barrier. They do not in my Gamo.
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First of all i dont mean to get in your face but there is a huge difference between a bullet and a pellet. Yes these pellets can break the sound barrier as they should with your crossman quest because if it truely shoots 1000fps than these pellets will increase your muzzle velocity 20% which will put you supersonic at 1200 fps!
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Yes it's possible, but they will be unstable and highly inaccurate. Stick to heavier lead pellets for accuracy and less wear and tear on the powerplant of your Quest due to the super light weight of these pellets. These are really only good for low power guns. Speed does you no good if you can't hit anything and you break the spring in your gun.
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maybe if you shoot him in the right place like behind the ear, but in most cases being a larger animal like a coyote, prob just injure him and may run off to a slow death,
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Yes it is possible, quite possible actually. I would keep it under 15 yards and aim for the brain. I hope this helped. Good hunting!
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It is plausible, but not recommended. The pellet is not big enough or does not carry enough energy to cleanly dispatch game of coyote size.
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If i sight my scope using lead pellets should i have to resight it for PBA pellets
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yes, for sure...they are faster than stock pellets!
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mabe depends on what type of pellets you used, these pellets have flatter trajectorys and dont have as much drop, so you may have to adjust your scope, but try a few shots and see how they fly.
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With the lighter weight and higher velocity of the PBA pellet you will have to re-sight your rifle.
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Most likely, yes. If your gun is rated at 1000FPS they may go supersonic and your accuracy will suffer as they tend to tumble at such high speeds. Stick to quality lead pellets.
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I would say yes, because there are lighter and faster than lead. It depends on your gun though, so I would do some target shooting and see if you need to resight your scope. I hope this helped. Good shooting!
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just a little less than lead pellets, and the increase in accuracy and volocity is great.
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.177 = 5.4 grains
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5.4 grains which is lighter than the normal 7.9 - 9 grains lead pellets. Hence the higher speeds.
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