I’m envisioning a pellet that looks like a solid slug of lead. Could have a slight point to it and even a slight boat tail. But mostly it would look like a felt cleaning pellet. Seems it would have an excellent B.C., knock down power, wind resistance etc…..What do you think?

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Emouse is a member of this and several other forums. He used to be connected somehow to the people who made the piledrivers, I dont think he’s involved with them anymore though so no more free samples.

I do however have some of the sample he sent me left. I’d be willing to mail you a few – I have about 10 or 20 I think- so you can try them out to see how you like them, drop me a pm with your address if your interested.

I’m not involved in the company or emouse at all.. and emouse, if I’m wrong please feel free to correct my assertion that you dont work with/for the people that make piledrivers.

There is of course the .20 made by Sheridan for years. Now owned by Benjamen. I tried them, and the fit was way too loose. Accuracy wasn’t very good. But the new Benji’s look different than the old Sheridan. I would like to try some of the older ones.

That’s exactly what I was thinking. Who’s Emouse?

There was a Pellet made by a guy in Virginia (or W Virginia) called The Pelletman” that was a solid slug with a rounded edge in pretty much all calibers. He stopped making them and the rumour is that he sold his equipment to Pyramid who use it to make big bore slugs. I had some in .22 and used them in my Condor. Lots of power, but accuracy was hit n miss

Here’s a picture from Pyramid


Then there are piledrivers which you can still get, I got a sample from emouse and they worked well.


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