Shopping Cart Items

    CheckoutSubtotal:
    does not include shipping and tax

    Product: Crosman Silver Eagle Pellets .177 Cal, 5.2 Grains, Wadcutter, Lead-Free, 250ct

    Crosman Silver Eagle Pellets .177 Cal, 5.2 Grains, Wadcutter, Lead-Free, 250ct
    Review entered on 2008-07-19 16:13:02

    Overall rating:2.0 2.0

    Value for money:1.0 1.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:1.0 1.0

      By Drew from USA on 2008-07-19
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Almost always goes supersonic in my springer, while this is usually a con, it does make for fun shooting, since each shot makes a nice echoing *crack*
    Things I would have changed:These are absolutely the least accurate pellets I've ever used, if your guns getting 1" groups at 25 yards, expect to see groups of around 1ft with these BEFORE fliers, which I've had go off 2-3 ft. Oh, and thats with the hand picked, well formed pellets. Some reviewers mentioned that each tin of these contains allot of dented pellets, well, I'd consider that an understatement. The tin I received contained MOSTLY dented pellets, this wasn't a problem in my springer, as it'll shoot them anyway, but if I was shooting these out of my daisy target rifle, I'd have to throw away about 2/3's of the tin.
    What others should know:If you want lead free pellets, I've had good results with golden rod pellets.

    Product: Hyper-Velocity Lead Free Field Pellets, Type 4 - Match, .177 Cal, 6.4 Grains, Pointed, 170ct

    Skenco Hyper-Velocity Lead Free Field Pellets, Type 4 - Match,  .177 Cal, 6.4 Grains, Pointed, 170ct
    Review entered on 2008-07-19 16:23:51

    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:4.0 4.0

      By Drew from USA on 2008-07-19
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Lead free, haven't found any defective pellets yet
    Things I would have changed:I bought quite a few of these to shoot in a daisy target rifle, and also bout a container of golden rod long range lead free pellets, these shoot pretty well, that is, they fly nice and straight, but for some reason, when shooting these, I get extreme fluctuations in high/low trajectory, when by luck, all the shots are flew the same I got groups around an inch at 25 yards, but most of the time around 1 out of 3 shots went around 3" high, I thought the problem was with the rifle, but when shooting with golden rods, I never had this problem.
    What others should know:Golden rods are even more overpriced than these, but they shoot noticeably better.

    Product: Golden Rod Long-Range Pellets, Type 3, .177 Cal, 8.5 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 150ct

    Skenco Golden Rod Long-Range Pellets, Type 3, .177 Cal, 8.5 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 150ct
    Review entered on 2008-07-19 16:30:37

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By Drew from USA on 2008-07-19
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Groups around an inch at 25yards when shot from a daisy target rifle, very few fliers, no defective pellets so far.
    Things I would have changed:at only 150 per nine dollar container, these cost as much as good rimfire ammo, which kind of takes the cheap part out of shooting with an airgun, as opposed to a .22 LR
    What others should know:These shoot considerably better than "match" lead free pellets, the accuracy's about the same, but these produce many fewer fliers.
    Shop at Gun Mall
    Back to Top