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Written on: 12/04/2014 by maximus_brutus (1 review written)
Several days ago I've bought Crosman Vantage NP with can of Gamo Match. Now I know, that was lost investment. Gun is good-looking and accurate shooting, but not with theese pellets. Some of them didn't fit the barrel: Some were high diameter and some of them had fallen through. I couldnot believe, that it's MATCH-grade ammo. So I've performed some tests and measurements: weight difference was 0.2 gr (!!!) within sample of 20 pieces. Diameter difference was 0.5 mm (JSB makes each grade with 0.1… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2010
With my GAMO SOCOM tactical (1000fps) I can shoot 2 bullets on top of each other at 20 meters. I can also shoot half of a cigarette butt from 20-30 meters away (but not with one shot :p).
I never shot anything alive with any bullet, but for target practice.. WOW!
They are also always good quality, never had a bent bullet out of the can. Best bullets I ever tried… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2009 by DarkL (2 reviews written)
I used to use those pellets long time ago with my first Diana air rifle, good velocity, accuracy, and consistency
today i bought some cans from a local store to use them with my new gamo cfx… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2009 by swanndry93 (43 reviews written)
These Gamo Match pellets are accurate and travel fast and work great in most air rifles and great for target practice at a affordable price and comes with a convenient metal screw tin.Good pellets overall and i highly recommend them for for shooting cans and general target practice enjoyment… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2009
Gamo Match is excellent for plinking and hunting alike. best when used with a powerfull rifle. i can pop them in on top of each other at 10meters with my sharp innova and can hit a 2" group in the open over 50 yards, using a 4x20 scope, . fired at 10 to 50 meters they flatten right out and will garantie a kill, best pellet ive found and ever used, constantly accurate no bad pellets. well made and clean. good penetration too, they will dissapear into hard oak. fairly inexpensive and very… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/02/2009 by Crossman13 (3 reviews written)
Gamo Match pellets open up to almost completly flat Gamo Match do not have good penetration I use these pellets for target practice and sighting in my gun, Gamo Match are good pellets for that… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/10/2008 by airgunguy (9 reviews written)
Incredibly accurate and inexpensive. I always have these on hand. Everytime I go to the store and see that they have the Gamo Match pellets in stock, I smile. Shoots great in every gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2008 by airgunguy (9 reviews written)
highly recommended for target shooting and plinking but not a hunting pellet. The Gamo Match are great pellets for the money. There is nothing bad about them… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2008
First i shot at a soda can full of water with the gamo pro magnum result: small nice hole and deep penetration, the can didn't move at all. Then, i shot at the same type of can also filled with water result: big hole, big punch, can flew away, and also penetration in it. They also make nice round holes into your target cards. I recommend this pellet, they are cheap and accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2007 by wacasquirrl (1 review written)
After purchasing a Gamo Hunter, I was having a hard time sighting it in. I was about to return the rifle when I decided to try one more brand of pellets. The Gamo Match pellets enabled me to get consistent bulls eyes with great grouping. I have been able to shoot several moving targets with accuracy. The wifes bird feeders are safe again… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2007 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
The most accurate pellet I've fired to date. Gamo ammo, in my opinion, is the most affordable, highest quality and delivers the best accuracy of any pellet I've come across. mix this with the fact that you can purchase these at any wal-mart, target or k-mart for $3 per tin or less, and you've got a winner.
I had been spending my time and money on a lot of mail order, specialty rounds that delivered lacklustre performance.
This was the first pellet I bought and shot through my magnum rifle.I've… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/07/2007 by titan (4 reviews written)
These are the most accurate pellets I have ever shot with. I sighted in my Gamo Varmint Hunter with them, and my Gamo PT-80. These pellets did great in both, and hit every time. They pack quite a punch, too, and can be used for small game hunting. I highly recommend these pellets to anyone who wants velocity, accuracy, and consistency… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2007 by hunter21 (1 review written)
I sighted my Gamo Shadow sport in with these pellets and i was hitting a Dixie Cup from 20 yards away. So I decided to see how far they would shoot accurately and i downed a black bird from 40 yards away with no trouble… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2007 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
Since owning my 1000fps air rifle, I've been experimenting with different types of ammo and their effect on small game. Most problematic is the fact that most pointed .177 cal ammo tends to over penetrate. Hollow points were increasingly inaccurate and I just couldn't seem to get a consistently good grouping. After trying about 9 different types of hunting and field pellets by different manufacturers I stumbled onto gamo match pellets.
In an effort to "slow" the round down, I began to use the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2006 by kiwishooter (23 reviews written)
I had tried both .177 and .22 of the Gamo Match pellets. They're better than my Crosman Match, Gamo Hunter, Steel Head pellet made in England and German Diobale pellet. The Gamo Match could travel around 780f on my Gamo 1000 rifle. Other pellet are only able to make 722f from the rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2006 by 356 (9 reviews written)
I used the .177 Gamo Match in a Cfx
They are the best pellet I found for can shooting. So far used them from 10 to 20m, pity I never tried these before. Wait till the rabbits find out what I discovered. I also took out out a 1 inch mosquito fish from 5m away in pond using the Cfx sights. What a pellet
I buy them in cans of 500 @ around $3… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2005 by leonidus (7 reviews written)
Great pellets for target shooting up to 25 meters. Over longer distances Gamo Match pellets lose some of the stability due to their flat head, and shoot wider groups, so best to use them up to 25 meters (yards)… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2005 by TrevMaster (5 reviews written)
These were the first pellets I bought and used in my Gamo Varmint Hunter. I used them to sight my scope at around 20 yards. When my scope was sighted I found these pellets to be extremely accurate. I hit the mark almost everytime. This are also good hunting pellets. I did a bunny away with one headshot and tagged 2 birds with them today. Great pellets… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2005 by bushmanbert (5 reviews written)
I bought about 100 cans of Gamo Match a few years back when they were on sale. That shows my confidence in them. They come in metal tins of 250 and are in great shape. They are not dented or flat like I have seen with certain equally priced brands. They sharp edges make them easy to handle and load. Rounder pellets I have found are hard to hold onto. And the accuracy rivals that of the great RWS Hobby pellet, which is more expensive, but has equal accuracy. The groups I shoot with these… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/10/2003 by thumper (19 reviews written)
The Gamo Match is a good slug which I think is best suited to target and vermin control, I have only used them in .177 and found them great for shooting at corvids from a hide, flat heads in the smaller calibre are absolutely brilliant for hunting with as they wont over penetrate as much as domed or pointed pellets do in .177 they are designed for target shooting and are very accurate, also they reach further than a .22.
They weigh about 7 grains and have a ribbed skirt, the tin is red and… Read Full Review
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