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Written on: 22/03/2011 by mestala (8 reviews written)
Bought these to try in my Shadow 1000.. .177....There was alot of damaged skirts on the pellets which couldn't be used,and the tin was full of bits of lead..
When trying them,I didn't find them that accurate beyond 20mtrs,so I personally wouldn't recommend them… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2010
I tried these on my Gamo Socom tactical (1000fps).
I never shot any living creature so i dont know if they are good for killing.
On target practice they are decent upto 20 meters but not more.
Also they are dirty and leave lead stains on ur fingers, and about 20-30 pellets from the can were bent/deformed/didnt fit properly by either getting stuck half way in the chamber (u have to take them out with tweezers), or slipping out on to the floor when trying to close the barrel.
Some are… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2009
I BOUGHT THE Gamo expander expecting to have the same efect on the target than the destroyer but i got realy dissapointed the gamo expander does NOT expand… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/08/2007 by PMO (5 reviews written)
I think this are the best from Gamo for hunting, especially birds, where over penetration is a problem. I use them in my Talon 18" 5.5, and they are a good value for money. When they impact, they deform (expand) transmitting the energy more efficiently to the prey. They perform satisfactorily at medium-long distances (30-50 meters), obtaining good groups… Read Full Review
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