Item Code: CR-DS177 [PY-P-532]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: Wide variety of platforms it can be used in.
Things I would have changed: Better expansion with same penetration.
What others should know: If you ask anyone on this site if you can load these pellets in a Crosman 760 pellet clip, they will say you cant. However, I have my 760 sighted in to 15 yards and am able to load the clip with these pellets.
Things I liked: After 30 shots of seasoning and sighting in my barrel on my gamo bonecollector .177, these pellets were very accurate. Shooting through a full water jug, the pellets did there job, they expanded like crazy and are pretty consistant. I have had very few stragglers but that was from skirt deformation. At 20 yards they shot a 5 shot group within 3/4 inch. I would recomend to hunters hunting at 50 yards and less but truth is that these pellets are great for the money.
Things I would have changed: Nothing about the pellet, maybe just a larger tin with more pellets like 500 or 1000
What others should know: You can get better shot groups by cleaning and lubing these pellets. Just be gentle and keep shooting.
Things I liked: Lightweight, easy to clamp on/off, can fold-up and put in back pocket. Cost is less than $10.00.
Things I would have changed: 2nd one in 12 months, broke one of the clamps that hug the barrel after 10 months of constant use, maybe should be made of a different material, but I really can't complain after hundreds of shots in the last 10 months. I really feel that the cost is worth it or I would not have bought another one. I do have the foldable aluminum/metal dragon claw, but the Zytel is far faster to afffix and take off your barrel. It will not fit on fluted barrels like on the Gamo Big Cat 1250.
What others should know: I shoot a minimum, at least, 50 shots 4 or 5 days a week, using the Zytel Bi-pod on a card table while testing for reviews, calibrating, target shooting, or whatever. I have a Remington Bench, but I prefer to use the Zytel, so much faster and easier. I have a Umarex Octane .22 cal, Ruger Air Magnum .177 cal. Gamo Big Cat 1250, Gamo Hunter 220, Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 dual caliber, and Crosman Blaze, Crosman Powermaster 66, Competition Electronics Prochronograph, and 30 tins of .177 and 31 tins of .22 calibers of different brands & types of pellets. My favorite type are the domed heads. My go too and favorites are the Crosman Premiers. Submitted by John (Woody's World CEO & Owner/Operator)
Can I use them in my crosman 760 pellet clip?
what is the best pellets for the crossman 1077 rifle
yes it's recommended so that you can see what your gun likes but i suggest that you use the crossman hollow point
It is recommended to test several types of pellets to find the best for each unique and individual gun. Generally, domed pellets are the best for any type of shooting. I suggest trying the H&N Field Target .177 Cal, 8.49 Grains, Domed, 500ct (PY-P-29).