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Panther pellets

Panther pellets

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Panther pellets are relatively new and importers Range-Right, are already putting in some bold claims as to their down range performance. With some good results achieved against several ‘like-for-like’ rivals. The Domed Pellets are heavier than the average design, and have a distinctive full head profile, that makes them stand out from the norm. Our preliminary checks showed very good consistency with the .177 version, with variation of just 0.2-grain, over a test sample, but recorded weight came in at an average 8.8-grains as opposed to the 9.2 on the lid. The .22’s again showed similar consistency, but with a 15.7-grain average, as opposed to the listed 16.9-grains. As for the Pointed Pellets, these came in consistent, and close to the marked spec. All are available in handy tins of 500 in both .177 and .22 calibres from all good gun-shops, but for full dealer network information or trade enquires, contact Range Right directly.

Panther Domed Pellets .177 (4.5mm) calibre, 9.2grains weight guide price £4.99 per 500
Panther Domed Pellets .22 (5.5mm) calibre, 16.9grains weight guide price £6.99 per 500
Panther Pointed Pellets .177 (4.5mm) calibre, 7.5grains weight guide price £4.99 per 500
Panther Pointed Pellets .22 (5.5mm) calibre, 14grains weight guide price £6.99 per 500
Contact: Range Right, 01423 881919 www.range-right.co.uk

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    02 Mar 2020 at 08:34 PM
  • I use the Panther in .25 Calibre and the consistency is excellent but as with all pellets I have used preparation is the key word. I firstly clean them in my ultra sonic cleaner and when dry use a good quality pellet lube. Then lastly make sure the barrell is internally clean and there should not be a problem.

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    Alan Towers
    12 Oct 2017 at 12:04 AM