Gamo Red Fire .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets

   

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Be ready for great performance on your next airgun hunt with Gamo's latest state-of-the-art hunting pellet, the Red Fire®. Built around a diamond-shaped, hard polymer tip, this advanced pellet provides a true ballistic trajectory and an effective and balanced mushrooming effect after impact. Designed to ensure intense penetration and effective expansion, the Red Fire's tip pushes back into the pellet's cylindrical jacket upon impact. As the tip moves back into the jacket, it forces the jacket material outward for an effective and balanced mushrooming effect through the intended target. 150 count.
Manufacturer item #: 632270154.

  • Advanced airgun ammo designed for hunting
  • Gamo’s latest state-of-the-art hunting pellet
  • Diamond-shaped, hard polymer tip with metal jacket
  • Exceptional, match-grade accuracy
  • Intense penetration
  • Uniform and balanced hydraulic expansion
  • Great velocity
Gamo Red Fire .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets 4.1 5 15 15
Good pellets They have great expansion but not as good as the Crossman Destroyer EX. These are very accurate pellets. Very, very well made(high quality). They fit snuggly in the breach of my Winchester which like because I don't know how many times a cheap pellet would fall out of my gun as I closed the barrel and ended up missing a squirrel and having to shot at a target to sight it back in, instead of shooting at them blasted tree chickens. You can actually take out the red tip with your fingers an a pair of pliers and they make a very deep hollow point. April 24, 2014
Gamo red-fire Bought these for squirrel "mitigation". Was using a Beeman 10 grain round nose. Had accuracy issues and when I connected, not much energy transfer. The Gamo are surprisingly accurate and I haven't had a squirrel go more then 30 feet after contact. The only downside is the cost, not that these are overly expensive, for $12.99 you get about 1/3 the value of only 150 pellets. But for me it's been an easy tradeoff. March 10, 2014
Decent These pellets are what they say. They are incredibly accurate, great penetration, and excellent expansion. Buut,.. they really don't have very much knock down power since they're PBA. I've had to take more than one or two shots on squirrels multiple times. That and they break the sound barrier. I use them more for rat shooting and pest birds. Other than that they are great pellets. December 15, 2013
Gamo .177 Red Fire These are very good hunting pellets. They cooperate well with my crosman 760 pumpmaster, and are fantastic for plinking pests such as starlings and squirrels. These are by far the fastest pellets for a .177. These are very expensive though, at $12 for 150, at just a little under 10 cents per pellet. I highly recommend these for anyone who is serious about pest hunting. (Watch out, if the tin gets shaken too much the red tips fall out). July 28, 2013
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They are great pellets for hunting I have used them and taken many squirrels and birds with them. But if I had a choice I would choose the Crossman Destroyer EX. Not just the destroyer. I have done test on all my pellets and out of the Redfire, Destroyer, and the Destroyer EX the destroyer EX had the best expansion. They all sounded about the same, and they are all very accurate.
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i love the destroyer's! for me they have been really accurate. i never thought they would be accurate, i was totally suprised. and they do exactly what their called. they destroy what ever they hit. ive compared them to regular hollow points and i think they do more damage. i like the perfect hole they make at entry and the big hole on exit. those polymag pellets are really accurate, their nice. i dont think they do as much damage as the destroyer. their the most expensive pellets ive seen. i bought 1 tin and their nice, but i probably wont buy any more because of the price. i would only buy them for a special occasion.
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These claim to increase velocity and accuracy, how do they compare to basic Crosman Pointed pellets?
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better. they expand more, fly straighter, penetrate more than any pointed pellet on the market.
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These are much better because they expand a lot more causing more damage. I have both types. I use the Crosman Pointed pellets for target practice. For hunting, I use the Redfire pellets.
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I'm not quite sure if these red fire pellets increase velocity but they are deadly accurate with gamo pellet guns. I have the gamo hunter 220 and these pellets are the best I've ever shot compared to RWS and Crosman. I can shoot hole in hole at 20 yards consistantly. These are the best pellets for a gamo gun without a doubt.
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being honest i think it wouldn't matter that much then the weight is more at the back of the pellet and that it might cut through the air better because theres no jagged stone at the point of the pellet.
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I don't know I have never shot the predator pellets before, but the gamo pellets a the second best pellet I have ever shot. I have killed plenty of squirrels, turtles, birds, and rabbits with the gamo. But the pellet that preforms the best in my test I run on all my pellets and the small game I have killed with it, is the Crossman Destroyer EX. But the gamo is a great pellet and their aren't many pellets as good.
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I've never shot the predator pellets out of my gamo hunter 220 pellet gun so I would'nt have a difinitive answer. I would suggest that if you own a gamo pellet gun you should definately buy these pellets. They are specifically made to fit inside of a gamo barrel tightly. I have shot pellets from RWS and Crosman but these pellets are the most accurate. I can shoot hole in hole shots at 20 yards.
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lead. don't buy pba pellets they don't expand they don't deform inside of the animal at all. if you wanted to you could shot the same pba pellet 3 times before it even changed shape a little. But these gamo pellets are very good quality and have amazing penetration and expansion.
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Lead base with a polymer point. Drives back into lead and cause expansion. Not quite a hollowpoint, but does expand. I have tried other options and for me these are performing the best. I am knocking down squirrels, reds and grays at up to 100' with very effective results.
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These pellets are lead pellets with a red polymer (plastic) tip. Gamo makes a polymer tip pellet made out of alloy called the Blue Flame pellet that will increase your velocity. I like the red flame lead pellet because they are heavier and they are more accurate than alloy pellets. These are the best pellets available today.
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These are lead. Good shooting!
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