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Any commercially available pellet will work. Some styles/weights/manufacturers shoot better in a particular gun than others. Impact points vary with aerodynamics/weight.
I experimented with different pellets to get the most accurate one.
Gamo makes a really good pellet.
Here's a pack with different styles -
GAMO Performance Pellets Combo Pack 177 Cal Multiple Styles 632092854 eBay
Posted on Dec 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oh me, that was fun I have not got out my books for so long. Ok this is from Hornady Handbook Starting load for the 200 gr RN Bullet using H4895 is 34.3 gr using a Remington case with a Federal 210 Primer Max C.O.L. (Cart.over all length) is 1.920. Max load for this is 39.0 gr. Work up, look for case bulging & primer flowing. Be carefull.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Read this and make a decision based on the information contained within.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
MAXIMUM LOAD WARNING
45 and 50 CALIBER RIFLE:
45 Caliber Pellets come in one size: 50 grain
50 Caliber Pellets come in two (2) sizes:
50 grain volume equivalent which equals 50 grains of loose powder by volume.
30 grain volume equivalent which equals 30 grains of loose powder by volume.
The maximum load per shot should never exceed total Pellets containing more than 100 grains volume equivalent. That means, no more than:
45 Caliber 1) Two (2) 50 grain Pellets
2) Three (3) 44/45 caliber 30 grain
50 Caliber 1) Three (3) 30 grain Pellets, or
2) Two (2) 50 grain Pellets, or
3) One (1) 50 grain Pellet and one (1) 30 grain Pellet
54 CALIBER RIFLE:
54 Caliber Pyrodex Pellets come in one size only:
60 grain volume equivalent which equals 60 grains of loose powder by volume.
The maximum load per shot should never exceed 120 grains (2) Pellets.
Posted on Oct 12, 2014
The only Beeman Sportsman Rifle I can find takes either .177 or .22 caliber pellets depending on which barrel is fitted.
If the pellet you tried was a .177 try a .22.
Otherwise try emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and see what they say.
Posted on Feb 01, 2015
use what you want . there is no BEST
Posted on Feb 25, 2017
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