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    Crosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Domed, 625ct

     
    Crosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Domed, 625ct

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    SKU PY-P-116

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    • Description
    • Specifications
    • Customer reviews
    • Q & A: 2 answered questions
    • .22 caliber
    • 14.3 grains
    • Domed
    • 625 pellets



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    Item Code: CR-022DB [PY-P-116]

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    Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
    Ammo Type:Pellets
    Weight:14.3gr
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    Quantity:625

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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By robert from USA on 2015-01-23
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    Things I liked:Ok, the 625 pellet box of .22 CP's IS expensive...but they are the better quality pells. The cheaper 500 tin CP's are great value plinkers and for closer shots. But for farm pest hunting shots at maximum airgun ranges (for me, about 80 yards with my .22 RWS54), these are worth the price...barely. My .22 RWS54 loves these 14.3 gr CPs. Groups are about 1/2 the size of H&N FTT pells. That said, my .22 HW80k positively HATES CPs. My HW80k totally sprays CPs (as in 2 inch groups at about 15 yards..from a rest). Verses my .22 RWS54 that puts 5 CPs into about 1 inch at 65 yds...an if I could hold steadier, groups likely would be tighter. R.Hamilton
    Things I would have changed:Price too high. So I use these pells only in hunting. For plinking, I use less accurate but cheaper pells.
    What others should know:Compare H&N FTT and Crosman CPs if you have a .22 RWS 46/52/54. Your airgun might love them.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By Charles from USA on 2014-08-09
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    Things I liked:These are excellent shooters from my Benjamin NPS in .22 caliber. The accuracy is very good, after sorting by weight, and makes me confident of humane hits up to forty yards.The bulk packaging makes for very economical shooting!
    Things I would have changed:Nothing.
    What others should know:As always, it is a good practice to obtain several types and weights of pellets to determine which one(s) your air gun prefers. Mine 'like' a variety of pellets but the Crossman Premiers seem to be best for my gun.

    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:3.0 3.0

      By Virgilio from USA on 2014-08-02
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    Things I liked:Large quantity. Decent accuracy in my Air Arms S200. Average ten shot groups at 52.5 yards was 1-3/4".
    Things I would have changed:Better quality control. Pellets needed cleaning to remove loose lead artifacts.
    What others should know:Weight sorting did not improve accuracy. Lubing did not help either. Better lower price and better quality per pellet cost can be found elsewhere.
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    • Ronbow from USA asked:

      I get some fairly wide groups on my Benji NP2 beyond 20m. I also notice the differences seating pellets from the 500 rd tin. Do you think the greater uniformity of the box will help my groups, or is it a gold ring in a pig's nose with the NP2? i.e. Why put high precision ammo in a low precision gun?

      • Erika from USA:

        It should help you. The groups beyond 20m should be tighter with the better ammo, granted it won't be perfect, but every little bit helps

    • Frank from USA asked:

      What is the difference between these and what appears to be the identical premier pellet sold in a tin of 500 pellets? The boxed version of 625 pellets seems to cost over 2x more per pellet than the 500 sold in the tin. Sorry for the dumb question. Thanks!

      • Geno from USA:

        Tyvm for the research and Info Frank. Was curious my self as to why the major price increase

      • Frank from USA:

        Never mind... I found (documented on another website) that the more expensive boxes of 625 pellet are more closely matched by coming from the same manufacturing lot. Those same pellets sold in the cans may or may not be from the same lot. From my own experience, the less expensive ones in the can are more than adequate for my own plinking and varmint hunting needs. I admit that with the canned versions, I DO notice variations in skirt diameters simply by the way they seat in the chamber of my 34P, but they still perform great, the price is decent, and remain my favorite.

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