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    Crosman SSP .22 Cal, 9.5 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 250ct

     
    Crosman SSP .22 Cal, 9.5 Grains, Pointed, Lead-Free, 250ct

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    SKU PY-P-886

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    • .22 caliber
    • 9.5 grains
    • Pointed
    • Lead-free
    • 250 pellets


    Eliminate unwanted backyard pests with high-quality Crosman pellets. These pointed .22 caliber pellets are lead-free and extremely accurate. Stock up on these excellent pellets for your next hunting trip.


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    Item Code: CR-LF22SP [PY-P-886]

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    Caliber:0.22" (5.5mm)
    Ammo Type:Lead-free pellets
    Weight:9.5gr
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    Quantity:250

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    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:4.0 4.0

      By scott from USA on 2014-09-24
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    Things I liked:after scope tweaking, i get very good accuracy with these very light, fast moving pellets - about as good a HN FTTGs. quarterish sized groups at 10 yards just sitting down with no rest...sometimes better. oddly, these feel lighter than HN FTTGs and dont penetrate anywhere as well into pine planking or 10 inches of stacked pork shoulder (about 3 inches on average with a thick fur cap pulled over the meat). but at the base of the point of the pellet there is a stiff ring and these create a larger entry wound on the meat than even expanding lead hollow points i have fired (HN hollow points at 12.6gr and crosman destroyers at 14.3gr). i assume this is because of the high speed and the little ridged ring.
    Things I would have changed:not sure really. maybe 3 grains heavier? sort of a conundrum with these on small game as the initial wound is huge but the low mass prevents deep penetration.
    What others should know:fired from a crosman nitro venom at 10 yards.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By James from USA on 2014-02-22
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    Things I liked:they are fast movers
    Things I would have changed:the sight picture is so much different that with regular lead pellets that a major resight in is required when using them.
    What others should know:I test all rifle pellets for penetration in milk jugs filled with water. the light weight pellets will not penetrate clear through 1 jug. This may be a good thing but not for hunting. A 22 grain 22 cal pellet will go all the way through at least 2 milk jugs which is makes it a good small game pellet.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:1.0 1.0

    Size/Shape Distribution:5.0 5.0

      By Andrew from Canada on 2013-05-18
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    5.01 rating
     
    Things I liked:Design!Design!design!, Finally, Crosman came out with their Premier "SuperPoint" in .22, It's a shame it had to be in an alloy composition.I'm a Number One fan of the superpoint in .177, The pellet flies like a spiral thrown by Joe Namath, excellent accuracy, and distance, Why Crosman would put this pellet out at just 2gr higher than the .177 round is beyond me. This round needs to put out in LEAD @ 14.3gr, just like the rest of the Premier Line-Up. Mind You, This pellet does fill a niche, It's an excellent choice for my Daisy 622X .22 Co2 pistol, and my Webley Alecto .22 pistol, where it absolutely shines, and has proven to be a lethal combo for grouse/partridge/pheasant hunting from the tree stand during Deer season.
    Things I would have changed:Add a little weight, and thin down the skirt's so they engage the rifling a little better, The hardness of the alloy doesn't allow for good rifling engagement. Also, for what is being offered, The price is way too high, comparable offerings from H&N, namely their Baracuda Green, and Field Target Trophy Green rounds, are of higher quality, and offered at a very competitive price, are my choice for .22 alloy round's
    What others should know:Even w/ the larger than life price tag, they do perform exceptionally well in low-mid powered rifles(anything under the 500fps rule, and most "Chinese" a/g's), as well as excellent performance in any/all .22 Co2/PCP/Multi-pump pistol, Performs well in Crosman 2240's/2289's/1322's.
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