any non lead .22 pellets ??

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    bigheadted
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    Wondering if anyone has had any success with non lead .22 pellets

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    Eddie_E
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    I have had very good groups with the 11.75 g GTO's in several guns, both springers and my BSA Bucaneer PCP. The H&N 12.5 g didn't do as well for me.  I didn't try the  Crosman alloy. The  reviews were all bad, so I didn't try them.

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    JohnL57
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    My HW springer loves the H&N Baracuda greens, my CZ S200 and my Marauder like the Predator GTOs, though the groups don't seem as tight as with lead pellets. I haven't tested extensively though, partly due to the expense compared to lead. Straight Shooters seem to have the lowest prices, if you find a better source I'd like to know about it….

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    Eddie_E

    I have had very good groups with the 11.75 g GTO's in several guns, both springers and my BSA Bucaneer PCP. The H&N 12.5 g didn't do as well for me.  I didn't try the  Crosman alloy. The  reviews were all bad, so I didn't try them.

     

    The 11.75gr GTOs have shot very well for me too.  Same accuracy as the JSB 16s. I had poor results testing with the H&N Barracuda greens.

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    skeptic
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    I use H&N Baracuda Green .22 Cal, 12.35 Grains domed with excellent results. My springers (Brittish Webley and Scott Stingray, RWS 350 Magnum) shoot these and most non-lead pellets equally as well as they shoot lead pellets. My Daystate Regal shoots them almost as well as JSB lead. However, my AA S510 Ultimate Sporter hates anything non-lead and will throw flyers all over the target in protest if you feed it any.  

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    bigheadted
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    wondering because unfortunately live in california and would like to hunt with it 

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