Item Code: CR-LSP77 [PY-P-312]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
Things I liked: Comes in a nice can.
Things I would have changed: They should be melted down and remade into a different style pellet.
What others should know: These are the worst pellets I've ever seen except for some Daisy pellets made in China. We tried them in two different Crosman 1377s. In both, they had to be forced in. We got groups of around 2 feet at 21 yards from pistols that normally group around an inch with other pellets. They wouldn't even fit in a Ruger Blackhawk rifle. The Crosman Pointed Hunting pellet is very similar, and shoots like you would expect a Crosman pellet to shoot.
Things I liked: Screw top tin. Joke potential. Watch your victim try to load or shoot there accurately.
Things I would have changed: The past to one in which I would not have purchased these pellets.
What others should know: I have tried these pellets in five different rifles; FWB, Gamo 2 Crosman, B3. Tried hard just to load them. I ended up using a golf tee and a small mallet. Velocity was similar to the Crosman Premier Hollow Point, my favorite pellet, but accuracy was terrible. At 90 feet, the FWB shoots CPHP pellets in a one inch circle. The Super Points missed the target paper, over six inches off. Results were similar in the other rifles. I have tested over a dozen different pellets in my guns and the Super Points are the only one to work poorly in every one. I will use these up breaking in new barrels.
Things I liked: Nice shinny pretty pellet.
Things I would have changed: I would make them the right size. They will not fit in rifle.
What others should know: They will not fit into my Dianna model 34 .177 rifle. Maybe Crosman made a bad batch of these? I called them up, told them, and they laughed. Acted like they did not believe me. Probably a badly made die.