Gamo Lead Bbs And Pellets

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Using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, Gamo pellets are consistently monitored to the strictest standards to ensure the highest quality. Each pellet type is tested through actual firing of random lot samplings. If a lot groups outside of 7/8" at 10 to 25 meters the entire lot is discarded. Per 750.


  • More accuracy and downrange energy than standard steel
  • Softer than steel with less ricochet potential
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Gamo Lead Bbs And Pellets Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works Great for Coyotes Too

These are100% pure lead BB's (.177 caliber). Yes, they work great in my Gamo Pellet gun, but work equally as well in my shotgun for coyotes too. It is hard to find 12 Ga. BB shotgun shells. Nor did I want to spend alot on the "T-shot". I purchased these BB's and opened up some 3" shells, which held #6 shot for turkeys, and poured in about a hundred of the BB's. I now have some great coyote shot, which is backed up with #4 buck shot. In Florida, hunting coyotes is quick with close shots. Coyotes don't give you much time to shoot, but rather see, point and shoot. Works great!
flaswampdog at Cabelas on 04/10/2012

great pelets

I use these all the time. I have purchase all 4 types and use the Match pellets to site the gun. Then switch to the Hunter for the squirrels.
blu3dog at Cabelas on 01/10/2012

Balls of Fire

Love these BB's. Accurate, consistent and well made. Best of all the added weight hits harder than than the unleaded variety,
tshpank at Cabelas on 02/07/2012

Negative Reviews:

roll out the barrel

Gamo says to use only their lead BBs in their .177
rifle but they roll out the end of the barrel when its pointed in a safe direction!
rzrsharp at Cabelas on 05/02/2012