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Written on: 30/07/2011 by Kimm742 (64 reviews written)
I think I've found the Holy Grail of hunting pellets !! The appearance is that of the modern "air bullet" rather than a conventional pellet, but unlike the others of this type these are made of lead, not some super lightweight metal that gives hyper velocity and blows off course in even the gentlest breeze whilst wearing your rifling out. I've got a spot of bunny-bashing coming up, and didn't want to fire them out of my rabbiting guns as it would have meant re-zeroing the sights etc, so out… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2009 by nessyross (1 review written)
i use a bsa scorpion and was using air arms and accupel pellets but could not get close groupings on target after a conversation with some friends was advised to try these Logun Penetrator .22 16g Pellets as they were heavier and i could acheive 6mm groupings at 40 yrds almost hole for hole which was more acceptable for the purpose i require.
found on my next hunting shoot that where the pigeons armour plated breast plate is these would deliver enough punch to penetrate every time, very pleased… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2008
Would recomend for any axsor owner cant vouch for any other rifles. Very accurate through my logun axsor carbine knows bunnies over a treat.
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Written on: 03/05/2008
Could anyone tell me what range 16 grain .177 penetrators will give me with a 30 ft lb .177 gun? Just rough figures. I know .177 will have less air resistance than .22 so will travel further if heavy ie 16 grain, more accurate, and quieter so seems better than getting a .22 fac. Also it is just under 1000 ft per second at this rating so is below the speed of sound giving accuracy. any commets please write a review in this section. thanks … Read Full Review
Written on: 02/02/2008
Excellent pellet for stopping rabbits and ducks(in season).Was the only pellet i could find with no flyers at all.excellent product. I really recommend the Logun Penetrator .22 pellet… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2008
This pellet is an all around good pellet, it has a very clean body and comes in 2 weights… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2007 by benbo90 (2 reviews written)
I have a Logun solo and a Logun s16s, both great rifles but i find that they are a little fussy when it comes to pellets. When experimenting with pellet choice i tried around 10 top brands like Accupell, Bisley Magnum, Air Arms Diablo Hunter and a few more. But none of them could match the performance of Logun Penetrator. Certain brands such as Air Arms and Accupell resulted in poor bolt action because they were difficult to push in to the breach even when lubed and the accuracy of all the… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2007 by s200 (5 reviews written)
If you hunt, get these, well made pellet, hit hard and deep… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2006 by amurrayx (48 reviews written)
The Logun Penetrators have a unique design with a long cylindrical skirt that flares just at the end, unlike diabolo pellets where the entire skirt is tapered. I have had great success with accuracy in my Gamo Shadow .22 and in my Custom Crosman 10" CO2 .22. My results showed that Crosman Premier Domed and Logun Penetrators have the same level of accuracy, although in my Crosman Pistol they are less accurate past 20 yards, probably due to the lower power of the pistol.
The best thing I can… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2006 by brin redfern (1 review written)
The Logun Penetrator are the very best pellets ever made superbly acurate and fantastic penetration… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2006 by pauldr (9 reviews written)
I recieved the Logun Penetrators when I got them they were well pakaged in the plastic box wich helps them keep their shape. When it came to performance they were hitting pellet upon pellet at 30 yds so the accuracy is superb. Penetration is very good to yet when they hit something solid they have enougth give in them to mushroom quite well (say when you hit a rabbits skull). I'm not sure if I would use them on other makes of rifles besides the Loguns as I tried them on my Theoben and it… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2006 by BomBom101 (1 review written)
My dad bought me some for my Logun Solo and I thought I'd check it out. with my rifle being zeroed in I thought id have no trouble, I was right :) had 5 shots at a target at 35 yards and had 1/2 inch grouping
Sprayed some pellet lube on them just to see if it made a difference it did a bit as it says "guarantee to improve performance"...
The shape of a bullet makes them aerodynamic not like flat heads or pointed ones which I find unnaccurate and either penetrate too much or not enough.
When… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I've tried the Logun Penetrator .22 16g air rifle pellets, but for the price I think they are just average. There are several other types I would choose in preference… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2005 by deadeyedick (24 reviews written)
I was horrified to find that a £10 pot of Logun Penetrator .22 16g Pellet were horribly inaccurate at 20 yards I was told that they were good. I will not be using these again… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2005 by murphyrenegade (1 review written)
After spending six hours zero-ing in my Webley Excel .22 12ftlbs with the "Logun Penetrator" I gave up. You expect the odd flyer but this is quite frankly bemusing. At 30 meters some were even missing a six inch target?
Went back to Bisley Superfield and put 50 shots in 1.5 inches at 30 meters. Then tried H&N Hollow point and got the same results as the Bisley, then Marksman and even a cheap tin of Bulldogs I purchased in 1990 from Farlows in Pall Mall for just £2.50 for 500. All of them out… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/05/2005 by Groundsman (26 reviews written)
Well, after using the Logun Penetrator .22 16g Pellet for a while I still maintain that there's other pellets out there that will penetrate to a similar depth at lower cost.
However, I have to say, the Loguns have proved themselves to be incredibly accurate. Actually, remarkably so… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2004 by Groundsman (26 reviews written)
I was Disappointed with the Logun Penetrator pellet. They're good, but the sales pitch is penetration and there are other pellets out there that equal the Logun's performance for considerably less cost. My testing showed the Webley Lazadome to be on a par, and because it deforms to a greater extent it'll also transfer more energy to its target than will the Logun (and the Logun advertising stresses the Logun's qualities as a hunting pellet). The 'Dynamic' product's also just as good as the… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2004 by brooky301 (4 reviews written)
Having put these Logun Penetrator .22 16g Pellets through both my Hw100 and my MFR I must admit I am impressed. As Logun have stated in their advertisments you do indeed get 40% more penetration and a better trajectory considering they weigh in at 16gr. On the down side you are likely to go right through your quarry when out hunting so best to aim for a head shot, a hit anywhere else and you are liable to loose your target which will cause needless agony and distress to anything that may get… Read Full Review
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