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

      Crosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Domed, 625ctCrosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Domed, 625ct air gun pellets at the best price from PyramydAir.com
    Crosman Premier .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Domed, 625ct
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    SKU PY-P-116

    $25.99

    List Price $30.00 Save $4.01 (13%)

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    Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
    Ammo Type:Pellets
    Weight:14.3gr
    Pellet Shape:
    Quantity:625
    • .22 caliber
    • 14.3 grains
    • Domed
    • 625 pellets



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

    Overall rating:5 5.0

    Value for money:5 5.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5 5.0

      By 103David from USA on 2014-04-11
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    Things I liked:As I own only a single .22 cal (vintage) air pistol, I can't say my review is comprehensive. But I can say the packaging from the factory is more than adequate, the obvious care Pyramyd takes in packing for shipping is truly admirable, and I particularly like that the underside of the box has the die lot stamped. Pellets are clean, well formed and I've found few...actually no...malformed or distorted pellets so far. While I suppose one could acquire cheaper pellets, my rationale is basic scientific method of eliminating as many variables as possible while I rebuild a (somewhere between) 60 and 70 year old Webley "Premier" pistol. Aside from the obvious appropriate naming (Premiers for the "Premier", yuk, yuk, yuk,) I've found the cardboard box .177 version of these to be quite consistent and at least as well made and packaged as these in .22.
    Things I would have changed:Include the business about consistency from a box-o-pellets-from-the-same-die in the description/specifications page as this is information far from common or even obvious to the average newbie. (Or even one who fancies knowledge and experience. Sophistication, too. Don't ask how I know this last:)
    What others should know:Save those blue rubber-bands your produce from the grocery store comes with. They're just the right size for keeping your cardboard box from spilling pellets here and there. Use two. If you have the urge to decant pellets from the cardboard to those empty 250/500/breath-mint tins (that are too good to throw away but you still haven't figured out a real use for them yet,) don't forget to make a note (on or in the tin) with the information about what's really in there. Name, weight, die-lot, and like that. You think you'll remember, but you won't. That's the sole reason writing and reading was invented all those years ago. ("What the heck is in this amphora, anyway?") :) Take advantage of the "4 for 3" deal. Do it.

    Overall rating:5 5.0

    Value for money:5 5.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5 5.0

      By Joe from USA on 2014-03-24
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    Things I liked:These are my P-Rods favorite.

    Overall rating:4 4.0

    Value for money:4 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:4 4.0

      By Aaron from USA on 2014-03-22
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    Things I liked:Accuracy and uniformity
    Things I would have changed:They are priced alittle to high, but always have been.
    What others should know:These are not the same as the tins. These are the highest quality that Crosman offers.
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    • 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!

      • 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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