We’ve been testing a few different big (huge? gigantic? epic?) bore airguns over the past few months. Models like the Gamo TC-45 and AirForce Texan SS require serious big bore airgun pellets. As a result, we’ve developed a deep and meaningful logistical relationship with the kind folks over at Hunters Supply.
The company makes gajillions of lead bullets for centerfire rifles and handguns, but they also have a distinct expertise in designing and producing specialty airgun bullets. You’ll find bullet diameter offerings ranging from .251 inches in diameter to a .580 caliber, 638-grain lead brick.
A small sampling of bullets we’ve tested, and shown above (left to right) include the following .45 caliber options:
138-grain Flat Point Pellet
147-grain Round Ball
150-grain Flat Point Pellet
250-grain Hollow Point
310-grain Flat Point
350-grain Flat Point
405-grain Flat Point
411-grain Flat Point
You’ll find a lot more in the big bore airgun pellets section of their website. Give ’em a look.
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