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Benjamin .177 Cal, 7.9 Grains, Hollowpoint, 750ct

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Benjamin .177 Cal.

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  • .177 caliber
  • 7.9 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 750 pellets

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Item Code: Benj-14020 [PY-P-1268]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
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By Ivan from USA on 2018-05-25
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Things I liked: Normally screw top and quality of pellet..were accurate in my Marauder..

Things I would have changed: The tightness of the lids on the Benjamin and Cosman screw top lids..After 5 tins of Crosman and Benjamin pellet with lids screwed on so tight impossible to remove..I resorted to using a pipe wrench and a pair of Channel locks damaging beyond use the lids, tin and pellets in the process. I only attempted to rem cove 1 lid of the and tnrew all of them in the trash blown never to buy them again. I thought the first one or two tins were a fluke so ordered more jut apparently it wasn't..

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By John~John from USA on 2017-05-20
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Things I liked: Perform very well in my Gamo Wasp Maxxim with a UTG 3-9x32 Big Buster scope, 1/4 - 1/2 inch group at 25 yards. Has great penetration at long distance, hard hitting and fast travel. It penetrated and old leather basketball at 100 yards. Gamo Rocket 9.6gr just bounced off it and left just an imprint, that really impressed me being that the Benjamin hollow point is 1.7gr lighter than the Gamo Rocket. Also took down an adult squirrel at 80 yards. These pellets are a definite keeper for me.

Things I would have changed: Only that they would come in a bulk pack of like 2,000+

What others should know: Although these are great in my air rifle, they may differ in other's. Be patient and keep trying different pellets and brands. I noticed the more relaxed I am with my hold and slowly pulling the trigger I get tighter grouping. Technique and pellet quality + focus is the key that has been working for me. Shoot safe and practice, practice, practice!


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By Frank from USA on 2016-02-02
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Things I liked: Frank Gaines Pa. I own a Benjamin trail NP rifle and pistol. Both guns like the Benjamin HP 7.9 grain pellets. I've shot at least 10 different pellets. After taking the junk scope that comes with the rifle off and putting a better one on and learning how to shoot the rifle, with these pellets 1/2 inch groups at 40 yrds. Tried the other pellets same thing 4 to 9 inch spreads. Out of a can of 750 pellets I have about 100 left. I have shot about 2,000 rounds out of this rifle found the right pellet and I'am sticking with it. Works great for me try some mite work for you. Pistol shots these pellets 1/2 inch to 3/4/ inch groups at 25 yrds. GIVE THEM A TRY

Things I would have changed: NOTHING

What others should know: Can't beat the price from PYRAMYDAIR


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  • Rudedawg from USA asked:

    How do these compare to the .177 CPHP, are they the same but just different packaging? The CPHP are phenomenally accurate @ 25-30 yrds. from both my RWS 34's but I like that these come with 750 in the tin. Thanks in advance, RP.

    • Rudedawg from USA:

      Update: my question was promptly answered via email from both Crosman & PA, these and the CPHP pellets share the same exact shooting characteristics; the primary difference is packaging.

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