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Item Code: CR-022DB [PY-P-116]
Things I liked: Hard lead. Good penetration.
Things I would have changed: The price is too high and the heads are bit large in my springer barrels.
What others should know: These might be good to try if you have loose or un-choked barrels IMO.
Things I liked: These pellets appear to be highly standardized: i.e., each pellet appears to be and to behave the same as every other pellet.
Things I would have changed: The packaging. Current packaging includes a foam sheet apparently intended to ensure the pellets remain within the box, most especially during shipping. That sheet is reduced from the full size of the square entry. The result: pellets leak out from around the foam sheet during shipping, some of which wind up elsewhere in the larger shipping box. Pellets can become distorted and unusable. Not many, but enough to take notice. Surely another form of packaging might be considered that would neither alter the cost of the product not allow leakage and loss; the commonly used larger plastic bottle used to pack BBs jumps to mind -- and would make it easier to gather and small numbers of pellets for loading a Pellet Pen or other container for field use and while hunting.
What others should know: Center your scope on this pellet and you will have small reason to choose any other.
Things I liked: This are very accurate pellets.Great to 50 yds maybe more!
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: These are the best so far out of my Air force Talon ss.I've tried several pellets and in my Talon these seem to have the best accuracy from ten to 50 yds .I,m not saying there the best but there damn good.
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?
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
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!
Tyvm for the research and Info Frank. Was curious my self as to why the major price increase
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.