Written on: 11/08/2011 by ShotTheDot (9 reviews written)
The first few shots with these pellets produced exactly what i was looking for with my Air Arms S410,1-2inch groups at 35-40 yards.The penetration is brilliant as you would expect from this alloy and i found no more flyers than a tin of Air Arms field diabolo's.I checked my tin of 100 pellets at 14.9 grain and disposed of only a few with a little deformation or a little too much coating,from these i inspected the 12 pellets i took out for a nights lamping and came home with 8 plump rabbits... (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2009
I like the Gamo Raptor PBA pellets for target practise but its not a good idea to practise with these for they are a very light weight and most hunting pellets are a good bit heavier if your looking for a hunting pellet and are serious about it get. *predator polymag/polymer tiped pellets these are verry accurate and verry powerfull this will make a rabits head sound like a watter jug. (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2008
I tested these in .22cal at the muzzle out of my S410 they avg about 1071fps but only had 25.2ft/lbs. Very light weight, poor B.C. rating, very inaccurate, & extremely high price for an inferior product (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2008 by yayo755 (5 reviews written)
It's a good pellet for hunting small game, gets right through thick tin in one side out the other. Kinda pricey though. (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2007
Although the overall performance of these pellets was not infallible; I had to give them a perfect rating because I do believe they are by far the best available on the market. Let's face it, everything in this world is relative. You can't rate a product against perfection, if a perfect product does not exist out there to compare it to. Furthermore, when compared with match grade pellets (in lead) I could only get a 2-3" group at 50 yds.; not to mention the fact that shooting lead gave... (read more)
Written on: 14/12/2007
Raptor pellets are great for two reasons they have great accuracy and they increase velocity. Other then that there very bad for hunting because of less penetration, Two light...And your paying $8.00 for 100. pellets stick with Lead. (read more)
Written on: 25/06/2007 by gamoshadow1000 (11 reviews written)
Gamo Raptor pellets do not penetrate further than anything else, heavy pellets do.
They are very accurate though , but if you shoot on a very windy day you will have very bad accuracy because they are so light the wind just drifts them off course.
What I would recommend is the Gamo Pro-Magnum, Gamo TS10, Kovohute Diablo Boxer and Kovohute Diablo Master Lux.
Hope this was helpful. (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2007 by Dual Mag Mike (29 reviews written)
Gamo's Raptor PBA Ammo is a lead free, ultra light pellet. It is available in only .177 cal at this time. PBA stands for Performance Ballistic Ammuniton. They claim improved penetration, velocity and accuracy by 25%. They weigh in at only 5 grains.
In my tests shooting the PBA ammo from 3 different guns into phone books and into wood show that Beeman Silver Sting pointed pellets and even Crosman Premier light domed pellets penetrate further.
I paid over $8 for just 100 pellets. I would... (read more)
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