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Page 6 - Crosman Field Hunting, .22 Reviews

Crosman Field Hunting .22 Cal, 14.3 Grains, Pointed, 175ct

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  • Rating 2.02.0 2.0

    Rating 3.03.0 3.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Its a universal pellet so to speak.

    Things I would have changed:

    Increase the skirt length to get a higher ballistic coefficient. These pellets drop like 3-4 inches at 20-25 yards.

    What others should know:

    Be careful with these screw on tins they can get jammed up.

  • Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Things I liked:

    I putthese through my Gamo CFX and find them to be very accurate. I have been shooting them at an empty pellet container stuck on a twig at about 150 feet and hit the can most of the time. They're also very effective on pesky squirrels.

    Things I would have changed:

    Sell them in larger quantity packaging.

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Very accurate in my Crosman 1322 conversion gun w/14" barrel. very hard hitting and nice penetration

    Things I would have changed:

    Bigger packages with more pellets, 500 or 600+ packs. I've only seen 600+ bulk packs for the domed version

    What others should know:

    work great !!!

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Hmmmm. Crosman Pointed Field, Well I had used them in .177 and in everything from an Avanti target rifle to a Gamo CFX. At velocities from 500 to 1000+. These are the most consistent, uniformed, and accurate pellets in existence. Not (for the money) but across the board . Across the velocity ranges and across a wide array of guns of all types I have never found a better performer. Getting to the point, I had to try them in ...........22. I have a Crosman 2300S from the Custom Shop. Slightly modified, the velocities are a chronographed 630 to 650 fps. Accuracy is one ragged hole about the size of a marble at 25 yds. Starlings have been taken from 10 to 40 yds and these pellets are killers. Kudos to Crosman. I grew up on Daisy products and I am not knocking them but nowhere on the market is there a pellet to compare with these. Of course your gun may may be different in what it prefers, because those of us who shoot these guns realize they are the only guns more finnicky than a 22 longrifle.

    Things I would have changed:

    Price is my only factor and I'm not knocking PyramydAir as they are a most wonderful company and a pleasure to do business with. Its just that to ship them to me its twenty bucks for 2 tins of 175 pellets (match pellet prices). But given their performance I'll probably order more when I order my next CFX, which is going to come from PyramydAir.

    What others should know:

    These pellets really fight the wind well and you notice this more from the lower velocity guns. As I said before they are Starling killers. I have made 100 plus yard shots on starlings and blackbirds with a CFX, and in 22 caliber these should prove to be even more deadly than their .177 brethren for those of you who own high velocity 22 cal airguns......give them a try, cant promise you anything but I know they have yet to let me down. The same can be said for PyramydAir. You guys keep up the excellent work!!!!

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    this pellet can hit a bird up to more then 75 yd

    Things I would have changed:

    the thing I would change is to put more pellet in the can

    What others should know:

    have fun and get thes pellet

  • Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 3.03.0 3.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Very accurate, uniformed pellets, hits hard, they has good penetration and expands well, so, this is a pellet with good knock down power

    Things I would have changed:

    more pellets in the can considering the price

    What others should know:

    Ideal for co2 guns like my crosman 2250, they make a great combination

  • Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 3.03.0 3.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Very uniformed pellets hits harder than the Crosman .22 hollow point

    Things I would have changed:

    Add more considering the price

    What others should know:

    These are good for hunting of penetration, but not pinking

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    On impact the edge of the pointed head of the .22 Crossman Copperhead folds back against the neck of the pellet maintaining a rounded point. In addition, the pointed Copperhead was the 2nd most accurate pellet for my rifle averaging groups of .5703" c-t-c (best group was .5106" c-t-c) at 25 yards. In my pellet comparisons, the pointed Copperhead tied the Beeman Silver Bear for the best overall size consistency (measured the head, skirt & Length of several pellets from each type) which is great for consistent shooting. Another big benefit is the price. The average price for the pellets that I tested is $0.035 each, so at just $0.026 each, the pointed Copperhead offer a great cost to performance value.

    Things I would have changed:

    Since I was looking for a hunting pellet with good knock down power, I didn't like the fact that this pellet creates a very small entry hole .0809" in diameter (about 37% of the pellets original size with a medium sized jagged star edge), and only expands 11% (usually creating more of an exit tear rather than an exit hole, about .2585"x .2515" in diameter). Out of the 10 types of pellets that I tested, this pellet transferred the least amount of energy to the target (cutting through it like butter). A very good pellet if you want penetration. When hunting squirrels at around 30 yards, the pellet went straight through, with a big delay between the impact and the knock down, almost like the critters didn't even know that they were hit.

    What others should know:

    Out of the 10 types of pellets that I tested, the .22 Crossman Copperhead pointed nose pellet is the 5th longest (0.283) and the 8th heaviest (14.3 gr). The other 9 pellets that I tested included the FTS, Silver Sting, Kodiak, Supper Dome, Silver Bear, Crow Magnum, Max Speed Flat-Nosed 7562, Silver Ace, and the Ram Jet. My rifle is a .22 Beeman GS1000 that is rated at 765 FPS by the Mfg. It is made in Spain and tends to be very inaccurate if it isn't held just the right way. Thus, I'm searching for a good hunting pellet that will help to improve my consistency and accuracy.

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Very uniform for a bulk, unsorted pellet.

    Things I would have changed:

    I would prefer a softer alloy in all Crosman ammo offerings.

    What others should know:

    This pellet is fine for informal target shooting,plinking and hunting.out to 30 yards and possibly beyond.Very inexpensive all purpose pellet.

  • Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    I found these to group well out to 48 yds. (my back yard limit) unlike many other pellets I have tried in my RWS 94. They were a very close second to Crosman Premiers, although they would match them occasionally.

    Things I would have changed:

    Nothing.

    What others should know:

    I found that many pellets (in my gun) would produce reasonably small groups at 25 yds., but seemed to loose stability at longer ranges.

  • Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Rating 5.05.0 5.0

    Rating 4.04.0 4.0

    Things I liked:

    apparently high ballistic coefficient, and good accuracy for the price

    Things I would have changed:

    nothing

    What others should know:

    Shooting a RWS 34 in a 12 kt crosswind this pellet drifted less than superpoints and crow magnums, and groups well on paper. I was shooting at a rock in a very dusty gravel pit at a ranged 61 yd. and a grasshopper lit nearby. It took 7-8 shots but finaly hit him. I could not hit another hopper at 91 to 93 yards (he hopped around) even with several tries. However trying was loads of fun.

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