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PY-P-557

Crosman Competition .177 Cal, 7.4 Grains, Wadcutter, 1250ct

4.5 (51 reviews)
Crosman Competition .177 Cal, 7.4 Grains, Wadcutter, 1250ct

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  • .177
  • 7.4 grain
  • Wadcutter
  • 1,250 pellets



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Item Code: Crosman-71250 [PY-P-557]

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Specs

Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forTarget practice/Fun
Weight7.4gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity1250

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Things I liked:

i like the price and they are clean out of the box/can. they shoot pretty consistent out of my FWB P8X pistol. 99.9% of them will shoot in the 9 -10 ring "IF" i do my job. i do have a flier once in a while but for practice they work great!

Things I would have changed:

i wish the head size was .002 larger. i believe this would completely eliminate any "flyers".

What others should know:

this is a low cost way to shoot/practice with out breaking the bank. i will normally shoot about 1000 + pellets per week so over a years worth of shooting it saves me money to spend on other air gun stuff! they shoot 535fps out of my P8X. and cut a fairly clean hole thru typing paper. i dont get quite the groups that i normally get shooting a higher end pellet but i do get more trigger time for much less money. and the are easy to get! give them a try, i dont believe you will be dissapointed.

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Things I liked:

very dependable

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Things I liked:

Inexpensive pellets that get the job done. They're worth a try, so buy some. I switched to these because the quality of the Crosman Premier Hollow points had seem to fall off in my guns accuracy. Was getting a lot of spiraling with those and just wild shots in general. These (out of my rifle) are far superior. 100% improvement at least. There's no set rules for what gun will like what pellet. Even 2 guns built side by side will like different pellets better as far as accuracy. If you're new to this try several (even up to 10) different weight and various shape pellets. They will all shoot different size groups. Go with the smallest grouping style. Keep in mind this can change over time as dies wear out etc. A batch from Feb 2018 may be way better than Feb 2020, etc. Stay on top of it and keep experimenting all the time if good tight accuracy is your goal.

Things I would have changed:

Packaging. I ordered 2 cartons. They had been nicely padded top to bottom, but nothing side to side. Cartons were beat up when I received them. Have been finding a fair about of damaged pellets because of this.

What others should know:

They're great budget friendly pellets. Will they group like JSB? Idk. I'm too cheap to splurge. I'm considering it though because for the amount of damaged or bad pellets I got in the cartons, it all probably averages out to JSB cost. Had I got cartons in better shape I'd give 5 stars across the board. The pellets that weren't beat up shoot well and true. I use a Daisy 880 with a Barska 3 to 9 X 32 scope. I'm getting at best (22 yards) .75 inch groups up to 1.5 inches worst. I can live with that out of an 880. I'm not sure I'd get a whole lot better grouping from JSB or other premium pellets. I guess one day I'll try and find out.

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  • deerflyguy from USA asked:

    Just what is one to expect regarding the quality of this product? The package states that these are "competition pellets" which says to me that they should be uniform in weight and shape. Some reviews complain of finding pellets showing deformity and even not being wadcutters but instead, a mixture of 90% wadcutters and 10% hollow points? That might indicate poor quality control at best and 2nds/blems/rejects at worst? Can anyone offer an answer as to what we should expect from this product?

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