Date: 30/11/2020 9:28

Customers Q&A on Crosman Premier Heavy .177 Cal, 10.5 Grains, Domed, 1250ct

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  • Sean from USA asked:

    Are these the same as the ones I bought years ago and are marked Die #2 on the back side of the box?

    • Randall from USA asked:

      Do these 1250 count boxes of the ultra magnums contain the same pellets as the 500 ct. tins? The tins come out to 1.9 cents/pellet vs the 1250 ct box being 2.4 cents/pellet. I know several years ago I bought a tin of 7.9 grain premiers and they were terrible, often times so undersized that they slipped right through the barrel when loading, but the pellets in a bulk box were very uniform and worked extremely well in most of my airguns. I can only assume that Crosman put their seconds in the tins and sold the good ones in the bulk boxes.

      • Tyler from USA:

        I can't speak for current production, but historically, the boxed premiers have been held to a higher standard and are die/lot specific. The tins are not.

    • Ed from USA asked:

      Are these not available in 22 anymore?

      • Tyler from USA:

        No, only in .177 now

    • Carol from USA asked:

      What pellets should I order for the RWS Model 34 Panther Pro Compact? I'm purchasing this for my husband for Christmas. Is there anything else I should purchase - the main target will be squirrels.

      • Stanley from USA:

        Yes these work very well on squirrels. Good choice.

    • Paul from USA asked:

      What is the head size?

      • Stanley from USA:

        No problem. I stand corrected.

      • James-M. from USA:

        4.50mm(some in the 4.49 range) measured with a highly accurate Pelletguage. Sorry Stanley, 4.43mm is wrong. I have never seen a .177 pellet head size as small as 4.43.

      • Stanley from USA:

        Measures 4.43mm or 0.174 inches.