.22 caliber (5,5 mm) pellets are heavier than the standard .177 (4,5 mm)
ammunition. They excel at longer ranges because they are more stable and come in
many different shapes and forms – match pellets with flat heads, standard
versions with semicircular heads, pointed tips or specially designed hollow
point hunting pellets. Read More
The package of 250 pellets in caliber .22 (5,5 mm) from Spanish manufacturer
Gamo. Their semicircular tips make them perfect for pest control. They provide
an excellent combination of penetration and accuracy.
This practical set of pellets is ideal if you’ve just bought a new air rifle
and can’t decide which type of pellets to use. The package contains 7 types
of pellets in caliber .22 (5,5 mm), so you can easily decide what works best
with your rifle.
You can choose from a wide array of hunting pellets. The .22 caliber ammunition gets deformed more upon impact than the standard .177 caliber. This allows them to transfer more impact energy to the target. This makes them perfect for pest control (if your local laws allow it of course) and plinking. Their larger weight decreases their overall velocity so the flight trajectory is not as flat as it is with .177 pellets.
The basic models include pointed tips and hollow points. The former variant offers good penetration while the latter will deliver maximum impact energy to the target. The JSB Hades pellets are really popular thanks to their accuracy and destructive potential. We have to also mention the JSB Polymag pellets with red polymer tips.
Pellets For Target Shooting
Pellets with semicircular heads are the obvious choice if you don’t want to spend too much time choosing the right pellets. The well-known JSB Exact pellets are the standard in this category. They excel in almost every way. You might also want to check out the pellets from Spanish company Gamo.
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