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RWS Meisterkugeln Pellets

   

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.177

.22

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 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Pellet I have used these pellets for years and perform better than any than any I have used except for the H&N Pellets which perform as well as these. I highly recommend, even though I used to pay $4.50 a tin in 1980. November 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by On Target The RWS Line costs a little more than some others but you definitely get a lot in return. These pellets are very consistent and accurate in a 1000 fps break barrel. The .177 version still hits very hard repeatedly blowing through the 3/4" plywood i staple targets to. I have been using the domed pellets to take out the squirrels that raid my bird feeder from about 25 - 30 yds with the greatest ease. If you are looking for an accurate consistent, and hard hitting pellet for you air rifle this is the one. June 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superior Pellets These pellets are a match grade @ a bulk price. !00% uniform...I don't think there is a clinker in the can. It is a proper target shooting pellet. Good shooting! March 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent! More accuracy out of my Gamo than any other pellet. October 16, 2010
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These were recommended by gunsmith for accuracy. They are obviously designed for target shooting.
How are they at killing varmits such as squirrels?
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My Neighbor ask the same question and I told him I have been shooting pellets all my life and had better results with these than any of the hunting pellets account they are so accurate, hunting pellets are are very inaccurate they go all over the place. All pellets are good at killing squirrels if you can hit them, my advice is to try several different pellets in you gun and see what shoots best at paper at distances you normally shoot pellet type is not that critical it is what shoots most accurate. Target pellets tend to shoot most accurate, however some air rifles shoot with there own brand of pellets better than others, I always try several kinds and use what does best, I collect air rifles and pistols and found that match pellets usually do best, but some hollow points do well also. This brand of pellet is one of the best and might also try H&N pellets and Beeman pellets all of these are above the rest!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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these pellets aren't as good as the RWS mag. but they do the job
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TARGET SHOOT TARGET SHOOT TARGET SHOOT!!!! PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!!! PELLET'S OK...
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Are these made of lead? My husband is trying to stay away from lead pellets.
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Yes they are lead pellets, and perform much better than alloy pellets and are some of the best on the market.
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Yes 100% lead. They are not coated so wash your hands after shooting.
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they are lead free :)
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