I haven’t shot them as of yet, but may give them a try. I use JSB Exacts exclusively in my Wolf, so these may be a nice alternative if they are as accurate, or at least in the same ballpark. Not so much for the cost, but rather for them being lighter which means that I could drop down the power a notch and get the same velocity along with even lower noise and more shots.
This is good news…guys on the Yellow are reporting good things on them also…only one guy said they didn’t shoot that great for him.
TT I’ve read the JSB’s are the deal with Kodiaks and CP’s coming in close second. Your gun is wayyyyy quiet now isn’t it? that shroud looks HUGE. If you don’t have some by the time I get some I’ll send a few too you to test in the Wolf…I’d be curious how they shoot in it?
well i got 5 tins with my tss from pa so i try them, thy shoot evrywhere and even fell out of the bbl into the breach very loose even when pushed deeper they stil shoot awfull under sized head diameter and mine where in 22 so i dont recomend them o and same results from 24 bbl
Jim: That is what I have heard on the JSBs and the Wolf. With the PAG shroud and the power turned down to circa 28fpe the rifle is very quiet that is for sure (it’s about 4″ longer than standard, and much bigger in circumference, plus it has a better baffle system). I went with the JSBs over the Kodiaks as I wanted lower power and didn’t need the 21 Grains, so with that same frame of mind I would go with these Hollowpoints as they are lighter still so that should drop the noise another notch, but I suspect that the JSBs will be exceptionally tough to beat or even approach. Shame about the Crow Magnums and their accuracy: they are a solid pellet apart from their accuracy issues when pushed.