Air Boss Ammo (Air Gun Pellets)
Alco Bullets is excited to introduce our Air Boss Ammo lineup developed for Big Bore PCP Air rifles. Working in conjunction with prominent airgun manufacturers, we developed the most accurate airgun pellets for serious hunters and shooters in the marketplace. Customers come back due to the “dead-on” accuracy.
Alco uses pure soft lead for maximum expansion that is swaged to provide a precise projectile with consistent diameter, weight and length. Those with CNC metal tips and ultra-low drag design provide additional range and accuracy. Alco big bore ammo provides you an edge for accuracy and lethality when hunting.
TJ, from Texas, says, “Holy crap… oh my God… That is awesome… They are just surgically accurate.”
30 Caliber (.308) Airgun Big Bore PelletsFrom: $29.97
35 Caliber Airgun Ammo Big Bore .357 Air Rifle PelletsFrom: $29.97
45 Caliber (.452) Big Bore 275 Grain, Metal Tip, Hollow Back ULDFrom: $33.97
Precision 45 Caliber (.457) Big Bore Airgun PelletsFrom: $28.97
Precision 45 Caliber (.457) Big Bore Airgun Pellets – Hunter 25 CountFrom: $29.97
Precision 45 Caliber (.457) Big Bore Airgun Pellets – oldFrom: $38.97
Precision 50 Caliber (.510) Big Bore Airgun Pellets – Call for PricingFrom: $29.97
50 Caliber (.510) Air Boss Ammo (Air Gun Pellets) Big Bore Air Rifle 275 Grain, Hollow Back$41.97 Tax
50 Caliber (.510) Air Gun Pellets Big Bore Air Rifle 275 Grain, Swaged Lead, FB, HP, 50 Count$39.97 Tax
50 Caliber (.510) Air Gun Pellets Big Bore Air Rifle 275 Grain, Swaged Lead, hB, HP, 50 Count$39.97 Tax
50 Caliber (.510) Air Gun Pellets Big Bore Air Rifle 300 Grain, Swaged Lead, FB, HB, 50 Count$39.97 Tax
50 Caliber (.510) Air Gun Pellets Big Bore Air Rifle 350 Grain, Swaged Lead, FB, HP, 50 Count$41.97 Tax
NEW 45 Caliber (.457) Air Gun Pellets Big Bore Air Rifle 300 Grain, Swaged Lead Flat Nose, 50 Count$38.97 Tax
What Are Big Bore Airgun Pellets?
Big bore airgun pellets are a type of ammunition that is designed for use in high-powered airguns. They are typically made of lead and are heavier than traditional airgun pellets. This makes them more effective for hunting and target shooting, as they can deliver more energy to the target.
There are a number of different types of big bore airgun pellets available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most popular types include:
- Domed pellets: These pellets have a round, domed head that is designed to maximize accuracy. They are a good choice for target shooting, but they may not be as effective for hunting.
- Hollow point pellets: These pellets have a hollow point in the front of the head. This makes them more effective for hunting, as the hollow point expands upon impact, creating a larger wound channel.
- Swaged pellets: These pellets are made by swaging, a process that compresses the lead to create a more uniform shape. This makes them more accurate and consistent than traditional pellets.
When choosing big bore airgun pellets, it is important to consider the type of airgun you are using, the type of target you are shooting at, and your personal preferences. Some factors to consider include:
- Caliber: The caliber of your airgun will determine the size of the pellets you can use.
- Power: The power of your airgun will determine the weight of the pellets you can use.
- Accuracy: Some pellets are more accurate than others.
- Penetration: Some pellets are designed for penetration, while others are designed for expansion.
- Cost: Big bore airgun pellets can be more expensive than traditional airgun pellets.
With so many different types of big bore airgun pellets available, it is important to do your research to find the right ones for you. By considering the factors above, you can choose pellets that will give you the best performance for your needs.
Here are some additional tips for choosing big bore airgun pellets:
- Try out different types of pellets to see what works best for your airgun and your shooting style.
- Read reviews of different pellets before you buy them.
- Buy pellets from a reputable dealer.
- Store pellets in a cool, dry place.
- Clean your airgun regularly to prevent fouling.
By following these tips, you can ensure that you are using the best big bore airgun pellets for your needs.