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Copperhead .177 Cal, 5.1 Grains, BBs, 1500ct

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Copperhead .177 Cal

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  • .177 caliber
  • 5.1 grains
  • Steel copper plated BBs
  • 1500 count



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Item Code: Crosman-0737 [PY-P-106]

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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypeBBs
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Weight5.1gr
Quantity1500

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By Dave from USA on 2020-02-15
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Things I liked: I Have Used Copperhead BBs A Long Time

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What others should know: Nope

 

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By N. Simoni on 2019-10-05
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Things I liked: Pocket size package

Things I would have changed: None

What others should know: None

 

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By Scot from USA on 2018-04-08
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Things I liked: Cost compared to other premium pellets, only Daisy is cheaper.

Things I would have changed: Size-Copperheads are the smallest diameter of 4 BB's I measured with a micrometer. They were also the least accurate in a Colt Python BB revolver (made by Umarex, I believe). I measured 10 of each BB, recording largest. smallest, most common size (not average) Copperhead: 0.1715" largest, 0.170" smallest, 0.171" most common Hornady Black Diamond, 0.173" most common, no measurable difference in 10 BBs. These were the most accurate. Daisy Precision Max, 0.175" largest, 0.1735" smallest, 0.174 most common. Umarex Steel BB's, 0.173" no measurable difference

What others should know: The Copperheads are too small to stay in the magazine of my Colt Python. They fall out if you hold the magazine anywhere near horizontal. It's difficult to get the magazine into the revolver without some dropping out. They are essentially unusable in the Colt, as well as being incredibly inaccurate, missing a 12"x12" target at 5 yds. They just zoom off like a badly sliced gold ball.

 

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