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Product DescriptionIncrease velocity without losing accuracy with Gamo USA's high-performance .177-Caliber Raptor P.B.A. Pellets, 100 Count. The airgun ammunition is made from nonlead Raptor performance ballistic alloy, which has been shown to increase velocity by as much as 25% compared to lead pellets. Designed as a hunting load, the pellets enable an airgun to shoot up to 1,200 fps. The semi-point design allows weight retention of up to 90%. 100 count.
Residents of DE, District of Columbia, IL, MA, NY, CT and OH are advised to check local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition.
Warranty: 30 days
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Q:Can the gamo .177 caliber raptor P.B.A pellets be used with the ruger air hawk .177 air rifle without harming the gun.Asked on 3/16/2010 by lokey
A:YES YOU CAN; ALSO THE RUGER MAGNUM .177 , be prepared for a loud shot;also the farther distance of your target ;the less acuracy especially on a windy/drafty day. these are very accurate at 10 to 60 yards.!After that your better off with a much heavier target or hunting design pellet.!Answered on 2/19/2012 by ITALIAN REDNECK from No. Va.
Q:Does GM sell this product line in 22 caliber as well?Asked on 10/3/2009 by Backyard hunter from No. Little Rock, AR
A:no-.177 onlyAnswered on 1/28/2010 by paul from lynchburg,va
Q:I have a Beeman air rifle and the owners manual says to only use lead pellets.Will the Raptor PBA pellets damage the rifle bore?Asked on 8/21/2009 by John from Neenah WI
A:no not really just try them out and see..Answered on 10/16/2009 by clay from charleston, west virginia
A:No, they won't hurt the bore but they can hurt the guns tube, piston and seal. The lead warning is so you won't shoot steel BB's or steel darts thru it which will damage the rifling. A choked barrel is even more sensitive and steel will ruin it in one shot.
As for these pellets; remember the warning about dry firing? Well the lighter the pellet the closer it is to a dry fire condition. Example; cleaning pellets are the same as a dry fire, so always use a lead pellet with them. These PBA aren't that bad, but they are harder on the internals of the gun than heavier lead is.
You said Beeman but didn't mention model. An R1 or RX for example have choked barrels where a cheap china gun does not. For me that's where I'd draw the line, a real German gun isn't worth the risk, but use in a chinese gun is fine.
The light PBA will harm a more powerful non-German gun like the Ruger Magnum more than it will a weak Ruger Explorer because the damage from a dry fire is worse with a stronger spring.Answered on 2/25/2012 by Chevota from CA
Q:what does "p.b.a." stand for?Asked on 8/10/2009 by Anonymous
A:It stands for Performance Ballistic Ammo.Answered on 8/11/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:what is the mm.Asked on 6/18/2009 by autosniper
A:4.5 mm, Like all .177's I think.Answered on 8/12/2009 by T from Indiana
A:MilametersAnswered on 8/11/2009 by Gianni the hunter from Providence RI