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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 6:38 pm 
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So I got a good deal on some pellets, well I hope I did. I picked up a few tins of Crosman SSP 9.5gr .22 lead free pellets. They where about $5 or $6 a tin of 250 which seemed ok. However, I didn't notice just how light they are till after I shot a couple in my WF600 then looked at the tin again and noticed the weight. It felt like I had dry fired the WF600, I assume that I should only use these pellets in my 22xx and 13xx type guns and not in any springers, is this correct? Thanks.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 6:54 pm 
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My feelings are the alloy pellets should NOT be fired from springers. It's hard on the springs & pistons.
It is even harder on the springs and pistons of the higher velocity springers.
Pneumatics, CO2 and PCP's only.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 8:54 pm 
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Yes, pretty correct ~

When talking about a light weight .22 pellet , it's still about 14g or heavy 13ish grains...

So, something just less than 10g... You are right, it's like dry firing... I agree...

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