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Written on: 19/02/2014 by Sirroscoe (1 review written)
After reading the first 10 or so reviews I guess I'm going very much against the flow here because I like these pellets. Yes, they are more expensive and definitely have a distinctively louder report but after trying four big name types of lead pellet in my Hatsan 85TH these are the only ones that give me a consistently acceptable group. They do strike noticeably higher but for me they fly flatter, hit harder and penetrate more deeply. Using them against soft drink cans in comparison with… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2010
it all comes down to what you are doing with them, i tested in two guns one 10m rifle and one long range hunter, tested at about 60-70 yards, in the lower powered 10 m rifle i managed to get pellet on pellet 3 times in a 10 shot group but in the long range one i managed to miss three tin cans lined up 9 times finally hitting one on the last time, assumably by fluke, in the 10m rifle all was good , in my more powerfull hunting air rifle the loud muzzle report would have scared off the quarry by… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2009 by kelmer (1 review written)
The Raptor shot higher than the other pellets i use (Lead) not consistently accurate on a target at 20m but goes 5mm further into a phone book back stop. Definitely shoots faster, I have Gamo CFX .177 claims 1000fps, the raptor goes supersonic (1125fps) down the field… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2009
The Gamo Raptor Precison Ballistic Alloy Pellets is way over priced, and i cant say if there truly good or bad, but i can say dont buy these pellets!, i bought them went home put the 177 pellets into my 177 gun and when ever you pull the trigger all you hear is like air leaking, and or break the berrel and the pellet is still there, non of them worked, like i bought cromsan pointed hunting pellets and they work better and there sooo bad, im seriously pisssed, that i cant shooot the pellets… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2008
Not too accurate, overpriced, and as loud as a .22 LR. I hate this pellet, and will never buy it again… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2008 by kenpcpilot (2 reviews written)
Per the chronograph I was getting 1030-1100 fps in magnum rifles. Poor grouping and loud crack breaking sound barrier. My CZ 631 was extremely accurate at 10 meters with Beeman wadcutters. The average chrony was 600 fps but with PBA 800 fps. So it does help with fps but not accuracy in my experience. I still am sold by Crossman Premiers and a couple of Beeman pellets for overall performance and price… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2008 by jazzcaster (1 review written)
Don't waste your money on these expensive gimmicky pellets. They go faster, but that is all. I shot 3.5 inch groups at 20 yards with my RWS 54. With Crosman Premiers, I shot 1/4 inch groups at 20 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2008 by chilecabro (1 review written)
I purchased these to try to get a flatter trajectory for shooting distant "objects." I couldn't hit anything with them and seriously doubt that they have the penetrating power of lead pellets after reading the pages online… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2008 by Hermie (1 review written)
These pellets came with my Gamo Big Cat (1000 fps lead, 1200 PBA), and I was attracted to them because they were lead-free. They break the sound barrier, and so they create a sonic boom. Gamo claims they are stable at supersonic speeds, but most user reviews disagree.
However, with Daisy lead shots, I missed a plastic bottle 50 yards out 3 times, but with the PBA, I hit it on the first shot. I don't know if it's a testament to the PBA, or shows how poorly made Daisy pellets are. I have yet to… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2008
They cost to much. for what they do, for the price they should be shooting 1/8 inch groops at 20ft[ tear drop. Hit and miss, not very good. not even at 20ft. Hit and miss, not very good. not even at 20ft… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2008 by swanndry93 (43 reviews written)
These pellets are great for hunting and are very loud in my air rifle
sounds like a .22 in my gun. kill possums with these pellets and it kills them fast, very powerful pellets, i highly recommend it for the small game hunters… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2008 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
***this review is a follow up from my initial review last year***
I CANNOT find a use for these pellets. YES they do make your pellet rifle seem more powerful. But at a cost.
the costs are
The alloy is so light, that magnum air rifles 'CRACK" as the pellet leaves the barrel. this speed also makes the pellet wobble while in flight.
SO, the very thing that the manufacturer BOASTS about, makes it a horrible product.
You cant hunt with it, and targets are OUT.
you do… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2008 by stormXT (3 reviews written)
If "your" rifle shoots these pellets 1100 fps or BELOW. then this is a nice pellet. i would say very nice but but i only give one "very" per review and i'm saving my one "very" to go in front of the word "expensive". at .09 cents a pelet it's rediculous. for the little gains you get.
if "your" rifle shoots these pellets 1100 fps or ABOVE. then they are worthless. loud as a .22lr. they keyhole through targets. and take the fun out of back yard plinking and squirrel control.
Sure, i seen the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2008
I like the Gamo Raptor Precision Ballistic Alloy Pellets a lot, I have found them to be of a good quality but they need to cheaper in my opinion… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2008
fast and load but nowhere worth the money. These were shoot out of a gamu hunter sport… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2008 by jimmy2060 (1 review written)
I use them for hunting, they are everything claimed. i shoot mine in a, accu-air whisper 1100. when you switch back to a lead pellet you notice right away. i only pay $6.00 a hundred,if it was more then that i would not buy them,i would get closer and shoot a pointed point pellet… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2008
this are very good pellets because they make your gun 25% better. they are sweet!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/12/2007 by Bad barn (1 review written)
Penetrates anything. This pellet is deadly. Its all i use in the gamo big cat… Read Full Review
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