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

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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 Shapeammo shape
Quantity1250
Price per Round$0.016

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Things I liked:

How can you NOT like these pellets? I started using Crossman Wadcutters for most of my .177 shooting. Unless you are doing competition or precision target shooting, these pellets will do the job and you will not find a better deal when it comes to price. For bulk shooting/plinking it's a no-brainer. Easily dispatches chipmunks using my Stormrider. My Magnum Research Desert Eagle loves them as does my Sig Sauer P320. I have not found a .177 pellet pistol in my collection that won't shoot well with these pellets, including my Colt 45 pellet revolvers, Colt Government 1911 pellet pistol, and man others in my collection. I have not noticed any other pellets grouped into these carton-packaged 1250 bulk lots but that may have been luck, although I tend to look at each pellet carefully before loading. I think you would have a hard time finding a better value on the market today. Go for it. It is such an easy decision that I think you will find that you regret waiting so long.

Things I would have changed:

I would make a bigger carton with a higher pellet count.

What others should know:

Performance: Desert Eagle: Max Velocity=458.5 fps, Min Velocity=421.1, Mean Velocity=436.89 fps SD=10.6 Sig Sauer P320: Max Velocity=342.5 fps, Min Velocity=312.4 fps, Mean Velocity=322.88 fps, SD=8.31 Of course, I use other brands of pellets when I need more stopping power with hollow paints higher grain weight for larger critters but for 90% of my .177 cal pellet needs, these pellets can't be beat. They are not perfect, but for budget bulk shooting, they ARE perfect for me. I think you will find it so, as well. Go for the 1250 count and you will be coming back for more. I always keep 2 cartons on hand.

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Things I liked:

Still the same style that I started out with 30 odd years ago.

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

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I have been shooting these for years & have used them on everything from pest to pop cans to paper targets. Wadcutter drops most pest right then & there, with the right gun & fps.

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Things I liked:

Grosman makes a good product. I mainly use Wadcutters and Hollow Points.

Things I would have changed:

Change the packaging to a metal can rather than carboard. I ordered 1250 wadcutters and there was just over 300 Pointed pellets package in with the wadcutters

What others should know:

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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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