Written on: 24/12/2006 by amurrayx (48 reviews written)
Very hard tip penetrates extremely well.
In five different airguns (Daisy 880, Crosman 2100B, Crosman Phantom, Gamo PT-90, and Crosman 357 6") the accuracy was mediocre at best.
Will not expand so that the pellet can pass right through a rabbit and it will get away.
It's a good idea to put basically a small BB into the head of a lead pellet, but they come in small lots and are not that accurate and will overpenetrate. In .22 caliber expansion is not as important as in the small .177 caliber, so you can hit a rabbit or squirrel and they have enought time to run away and hide somewhere to die. Personally, I prefer any hollow point or bulldog pellet if I'm hunting with a .177, since they will create more immediate damage, and thus less suffering.
It's not a bad pellet, I just don't recommend it for hunting.