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Beeman ECO Kodiak .22 Cal, 12.65 Grains, Domed, Lead-Free, 200ct

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.22 caliber 12.65 grains Domed Lead-free 200 pellets. Although these are lead-free pellets, the tape that goes around the tin has warnings about the hazards of lead exposure. Be assured that the contents of the tin are, indeed, lead-free. This is just the standard tape H;N uses on all its pellet tins. Beeman Kodiak pellets have such an excellent reputation for accuracy, that many airgunners shoot almost nothing else. Now, you can still shoot Kodiaks but lead-free. Same quality manufacturing from H;N Sport in Germay. Special note: We cannot ship crossbows to Canada.

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  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005FQ2GYC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #630,772 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I weighed this ECO pellet in at a little under 0.9 grams VS a Baracuda Match 21.14 grain lead pellet that was about a half a mm taller and weighed a little over 1.4 grams. I tried making marks on school paper with them and I could barely get a mark on it with the ECO Kodiak round without destroying the paper, the Baracuda round worked half as well as a #2 pencil and I could clearly write my name. Also the ECO pellet is noticeably harder than the lead one.

The rifle I shot these from is a nitro venom dusk break barrel advertised to reach up to 950 fps with alloy(lead free) rounds and 800 fps with 7.9 grain lead pellets that only exist in .177 cal. Although I don't have a way to see the exact speed of both pellets, I have tested them on many target materials. Against half inch thick plywood at 50 feet the Baracuda round would bounce off sometimes and never go more than halfway through. These rounds always stick in at least up to the skirt and sometimes make it through. The Baracuda is much too heavy for my rifle so the muzzle velocity is reduced to impractical levels. The ECO rounds are the lightest pellet at its length that I have found. I shot the ECO round vs the Barcuda lead round and a shorter, copper plated lead round of the same weight as the ECO all at the half inch of plywood at 50 feet with an average of about 3 MPH of wind and gusts up to 15 MPH. The ECO round had the tightest groups of a few inches and almost as much penetration as the copper plated ones making it through the target once, the length is what I'm guessing leads to more flight stability and a straighter hole through the target. The Baracuda round had groups that were so large they couldn't be identified and were the loudest by far.
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I like the product. They shoot great. They are uniform and seem clean, HOWEVER, I purchased them, and was willing to pay a bit more, because I only use lead-free pellets (personal preference-but I'm not a hippy), and these are advertised on Amazon as LEAD FREE. They are part of the "Eco" series, however the band that seals the tin (can) that holds the pellets has a lead warning on it. It very well may be the same banding Beeman uses on all of their pellet products, but how am I to know that. Add to that, the tin does not advertise itself as lead-free either. And the Beeman website does not have an Eco-Series on their webpage for me to do some research, which adds to the confusion. The product might get 5-stars otherwise, but because of this awkwardness... They get an "OK" rating. -- Maybe they're lead free, and maybe they're not!
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