Gamo produces high quality lead pellets in several configurations for hunting, target shooting and plinking. These pellets exhibit a level of consistency that reduces the variation of size and weight for tighter groups.
Styles: Airgun pellets are available in several styles, all based on the modern "diablo" design. "Diablo" pellets are
larger on both ends, and have a thin area in the middle which seperates the head from the skirt, or base.
Wadcutter pellets are best suited for plinking and target shooting. Their flat heads make scoring on paper targets easy,
and the wadcutter design is widely known for its stability and accuracy.
Pointed pellets are best suited for hunting small game and pest control. Their pointed heads provide maximum
The rounded head of domed pellets decreases wind resistance and allows for maximum down range energy and
accuracy. Domed pellets are good for long range (50 meters) target shooting and hunting, and work best in magnum
powered air rifles.
The hollow point is designed for maximum expnsion at short ranges and low velocities. It combines the stability of the
wadcutter design with the increased down range energy of the dome design.
The cyndrical pellet is slightly pointed at the tip, tapers in towards the middle, and flares at the base. It is good for
hunting and pest control. The cylindrical design makes it one of the most hard hitting pellets available
Warning! Lead airgun ammunition contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth
defects (or other reproductive harm). Do not inhale dust or put pellets in mouth. Wash hands after handling.
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