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Gamo PBA Platinum .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets - 100 Count

Gamo PBA Platinum .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets - 100 Count - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Watch downrange as the Gamo ® PBA Platinum .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets effortlessly cut through in route to the target. These pellets can generate velocities up to 30% faster than conventional lead pellets. Using precise design methods, these pellets offer enhanced accuracy and maximum penetration in hunting applications. The Gamo ® PBA Platinum .177 Caliber Airsoft Rifle Pellets are 100% lead free.

  • Enhanced non-lead alloy generates velocities up to 30% faster than leading lead pellets
  • Offer extreme accuracy and penetration
  • Perfect for hunting uses
  • 100% lead free and environmentally friendly
  • Caliber: .177
  • Weight: 4.7 grain
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 10793645

Customer Reviews:

Gamo PBA Platinum .177 Caliber Airgun Pellets - 100 Count 5 5 3 3
PBA all the way Forget lead pellets unless your target practicing these light pellets will punch a whole thru a car door be careful. April 23, 2014
Great product Ordered from big 5 same day and got Dicks product a week earlier.Quick shipping, great product and good value.: ) February 17, 2013
With PBA, I may never go back to lead. Bought a Gammo Varmit hunter 177 air rifle. Shot some lead pellets and ordered some PBA ammo from Dicks online. Was hoping all the reviews were going to be right about this ammo, and they were! These pellets are phenominal when shooting targets. I have not shot any living things yet, but you feel like your gun can take down anything when you shoot with these. The "crack" noise when you fire tells you that you are shooting a much bigger gun than you are. All I can say is that if you haven't tried should. If anything, it's cheap and fun :) December 26, 2011
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