RWS Superdome Pellets
Made according to the strictest standards, utilizing opto-electronic scanning to ensure uniform weight and measurement. .177 caliber - 500 pack. .22 caliber - 250 pack.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by thernobulax .22 Superdome Pellets I have found these to be accurate in most of my .22 caliber air rifles. Some other pellets do a little better in some of these rifles, but the Superdomes are among the better ones, overall. I would like to see a more rounded nose, like JSB domed or Crosman Premiers. The Superdomes do not hold velocity as well at 20 yards or more as the less blunt pellets. (As shown on my chronograph.) Also, the penetration tests I have done show penetration to be significantly less in calibrated gelatin blocks with the Superdomes than the other pellets mentioned at similar velocity, (about 30-35 percent less). This could be a drawback at longer hunting ranges, in my opinion. At shorter ranges, however, where over-penetration could be a problem, this could be an advantage--and the shock value should be good. Overall, I give these a good, 4 star rating, and will continue to use them. December 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by roushall good choice these pellets are awsome. Im an airgun enthuisest and I shoot daily. these pelltes are extremly accurate and have great knock down power. September 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Onemoreshot 50 yd. squirrel killer I have tried about five different types of pellets looking for one that is very accurate and has enough energy to take down squirrels. I have been able to shoot dime size groups at 20yds with my RWS 54 with .177 superdomes. I have even tried various brands of pointed pellets because of greater penetration but without accuracy penetration don't mean much. I have been very pleased and impressed by the superdomes. I have killed more than one squirrel at 50 yds with these pellets. These pellets work great in my rifle but you may have to try different ones to find the right match . December 3, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Al30062 Not with Weichrauch Purchased the 22 cal of this pellet for a fixed barrel Weichrauch, and a .17 cal for a break barrel Gamo Silent Cat.. Because of the good reviews on this product, and since it was on sale in the store I thought that it was worth trying. I had the worst grouping using this pellets on my fixed barrel Weichrauch air rifle. The shots were all over the place at close ranges of 20 and 30 yards. Some shots were two inches apart. I adjusted my scope and still got very poor grouping. Just to make sure things were okay with my scope and my air rifle, I switched over to my Gamo Hunter pellets, and I was able to shoot a grouping of less that 1/2 inch. And, just to be sure it was really not me, I invited a couple of neighbors and they had similar inaccuracy with the RWS pellets, and high accuracy with the Gamo Hunter pellets. Sorry, we did not even try using the .17 cal pellets on my Gamo Silent Cat, since the Weichrauch was an excellent German built and a more accurate fixed barrel air rifle. Weichrauch makes some of the air rifles sold by Beeman. June 17, 2010
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