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Customer Reviews by Daniel from USA

Hyper-Velocity Field Pellets, Type 1 for Standard Guns, .177 Cal, 5.4 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 200ct

Skenco Hyper-Velocity Field Pellets, Type 1 for Standard Guns, .177 Cal, 5.4 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 200ct
Review entered on 2011-09-22 18:38:40

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5.0 5.0

By Daniel from USA on 2011-09-22
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1.01 rating

Things I liked: Penetration is INSANE! Rip right through a raccon @ 976fps. I think that the tip must separate and then tumbles, as that coon had a nickle sized exit hole in him. I did have to adjust my zero with these (HIGH) however since I've been tack driving.

Things I would have changed: Bigger tin 500 would be great! Make them just a tad shorter. They work great in my Sheridan SS and Archer QB78. How ever they are to long to fit into a crosman rotary clip. Wanted to try them out in the 1077 but their just to long.

What others should know: According to the croni I pushed and additional 100fps both my QB and SS!! And quadrupled my penetration over H&N Neue's I've been using.

Crosman Phantom NP Air Rifle

Crosman Phantom NP Air Rifle Air rifle
Review entered on 2016-08-21 21:48:04

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By Daniel from USA on 2016-08-21
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Things I liked: Power and accuracy*

Things I would have changed: Bundled scope, Cocking effort, Trigger

What others should know: Has tons of extra oil in it from the factory like all Chinese exports. I would recommend immediate de-greasing it with shotgun cleaner. Not Hoppes #9 or anything oil based but a quality shotgun cleaner/degreaser Remington makes a good one. 90% Rubbing alcohol might work. Other wise get ready for 5" groups at 20 yards for the first 500 pellets. After degreasing mine it dieseled for 50 or so shots and now she holds 1/2" groups @ 20yrds with RWS superpoints. The trigger is TERRIBLE, but it is predictable so you'll have to practice. Its also the most hold sensitive NP I've ever shot. I'd recommend buying a AO scope to get the most out of this rifle.Two other observations about my rifle, it does not like crosman pellets (extremely odd for a Crosman rifle) and its hold sensitive (again odd for a NP)

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