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Written on: 28/04/2016 by Laverdabru1116 (49 reviews written)
I was recommended to try these in my CO2 revolvers. Using my usual heavier pellets in the comparatively low powered Crosman 3576 & Dan Wesson 8" led to some misfires - pellets sticking in the cartridge on the DW or worse, the barrel. Much better - & cheaper too. They are also good in low powered 'junior' rifles - I use them in my '50's Webley Junior & '60's Diana 25. Out of interested, I fired a few dozen in my more modern, full power HW35. Quite a few fliers at longer ranges. But that is… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2013 by Ratinator (2 reviews written)
Very clean undamadged pellet, 10 yards from a HW100 will produce a 15mm hole after 14 shots, But 30 yards and you are looking at 55mm low, high, left, right, so for rats I find in my gun BSA Interceptors to be better. At 30 yards they give a 26mm max spread and they are only 3.00 a tin per 500. Both give high inpact to there prey… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2010
can be had for £2.50/500
will shoot pellet on pellet if you can.
ive got on well with them in all of my pistols.
they are a must for any pistol wielding paper puncher.
and at that price i dont mind that i get through 2 tins in a session… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2009 by tractor lad (28 reviews written)
RWS geco pellets are very cheap, they perform perfectly in my Weihrauch HW40PCA pistol, a really good pellet… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2007 by Black Beret86 (9 reviews written)
I use Geco pellets in most of my Umarex CO2 pistols, they're a no frills kind of pellet suitable for pretty much any kind of shooting. I normally shoot paper targets at about 10 metres and because of they're light weight (7.0 grain I believe) they give a flat trajectory thats good for target shooting. I've never found a deformed pellet, they all seem to be uniformly made and at a very reasonable price of about £3.50 for 500… Read Full Review
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