Shopping Cart Items

    CheckoutSubtotal:
    does not include shipping and tax

    x3
    Buy and Earn 18 Bullseye Bucks!
      What are Bullseye Bucks - Pyramyd Air

    Crosman Field Hunting .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 175ct

     
    Crosman Field Hunting .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 175ct
    Click for larger image and other views
    SKU PY-P-111

    $5.75

    List Price $6.50 Save $0.75 (11%)

    Add to Cart
    Pyramyd Air 30 day money back
    Estimate Shipping
    Zip Code:
    Country:

    Want it delivered 09-23-2014?
    Order it in the next 16 hr and 29 min and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details

    Add to Compare
    Add to Wishlist

    Send an ammo-gram

    Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
    Ammo Type:Pellets
    Suggested for:Small game hunting/plinking
    Weight:14.3gr
    Pellet Shape:
    Quantity:175

    other products by Crosman


    • .22 caliber
    • 14.3 grains
    • Pointed
    • 175 pellets



    In stock

    Item Code: CR-P022 [PY-P-111]

    other products by Crosman


    Create an online reviewand share your thoughts with other customers

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:4.0 4.0

      By Linda from USA on 2014-09-18
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Found the pointed pellets gave me more range and accuracy than the hollow points.
    Things I would have changed:I would like to see a tin of 500 instead of 175.

    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:2.0 2.0

      By pcp4me from USA on 2014-07-28
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Value for the money and accuracy at shorter ranges of from 25 to 75 feet in my 2240 and 2289. Basically one hole groups size of a large pea at 25' with a scope and 3/4" average at 75'. Based on weighing 1003 of these pellets, I could not give them a higher rating as I feel a 14.3 gr pellet should not have any weighing more than 14.5 grains or less than 14.1 grains. Based on these results detailed below, I will use the 14.6 grain pellets for accuracy testing, sighting in guns with this pellet, and hunting and the rest for plinking or practice. Now that these have been sorted, I intend to do more accuracy testing to determine if the sorted pellets give better groups, particularly the 14.4 and 14.6 grain pellets.
    Things I would have changed:Weight consistency! Which translates to fliers at 50 yards and beyond! With this pellet in my Discovery, 10 shot rested groups are around 2.5 - 3" at 50 yards, with about 2 fliers out of 10, with most shots being in a 1.25" or smaller cluster. So I decided to weigh all 1003 pellets I had on hand to discover why. All pellets were weighed on a DigiWeigh model DW-100AS digital scale. Apparently this scale is only capable of resolving a max of .2 grains as all weights were in even increments. Testing procedure: Pellets weighed on scale. Occasionally, a pellet would fluctuate rapidly between two weights and that was resolved by weighing up to 10 times to establish the correct weight. Four readings the same consecutively resolved, or if 5/5 split on the weights the pellet was put in the lower weight category. I would have given a higher rating but for the results below.
    What others should know:A total of 1003 pellets were weighed per above procedure. All weights ranged between 14.0 - 14.6 grains as follows: 400 pellets @ 14.6 gr for 39.88% 428 pellets @ 14.4 gr for 42.67% 158 pellets @ 14.2 gr for 15.75% AND 17 pellets @ 14.0 gr for 00.169% So average pellet weight was 14.44 grains, and 417 pellets, or 41.58% of them vary by +/- .3 grains of the manufacturers stated weight! In my opinion, even though these are inexpensive pellets, a variation of more than +/- .2 grains from stated weight is unacceptable! Certainly, 14.0 grains and 14.6 grains is unacceptable to me for a 14.3 grain pellet. No wonder I get fliers at 50 yards from my Discovery. BTW, the same gun with Beeman Kodiaks at 50 yards prints <3/4" ctc. groups every time from a rest! I have gotten several <.4" ctc at that range with the Kodiaks! So in summary, this is a good inexpensive pellet for <25 yard shots on squirrel or rabbit size or larger game, but not for longer ranges!!

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By granderson l from USA on 2014-07-25
    See all my reviews
     Was this review helpful?
    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:extremely accurate in my 22 diana 34 with vortex kit.
    Things I would have changed:maybe make it just a little heaver for harder hitting
    What others should know:the crosman hollow points are just as good and don't cost as much.
    Show Other ReviewsCreate an online review and share your thoughts with other customers

    Compatible with Crosman Field Hunting .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 175ct

    Shop at Gun Mall
    Back to Top