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

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PY-P-111

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • .22 caliber
  • 14.3 grains
  • Pointed
  • 175 pellets



Item Code: CR-P022 [PY-P-111]

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Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight14.3gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity175

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By Garry from USA on 2020-02-14
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Things I liked: Overall the most accurate and consistent across my .22 cal guns out to 50 yards. If there was only one pellet to buy, this is the one that works for me. Other pellets might group better on a specific gun but not really at any significance to justify stocking up on a boat load of various types for my shooting needs. These are harder alloy and I find that a barrel cleaning after a few tins keeps the accuracy on target and thus no big deal to me. Although called "pointed", theses are closer to a dome. When I get a new gun, these are the first to go down the barrel and three out of five times, the best performer across my pellet inventory. Give them a try and if you have a tribe of guns, you just might be surprised..

Things I would have changed: The 175 tin count is a waste. Appears the same tins could hold 250 easily but should offer in 500 count. And why are they so pricey compared to other Premiers? I guess we are buying the can instead of pellets!

What others should know: I've read other reviews complaining the tins are a mother to get open. I've had a few that are stubborn but never had to result to a hammer and screw driver. Try placing between palms of hand with pressure on the top and bottom while turning... Also, when compared to other 14.3gr, the sound of impact against pellet trap is noticeably louder. Might be the alloy but probably harder hitting. Ouch!

 

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By Garry from USA on 2020-02-14
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Things I liked: Overall the most accurate and consistent across my .22 cal guns out to 50 yards. If there was only one pellet to buy, this is the one that works for me. Other pellets might group better on a specific gun but not really at any significance to justify stocking up on a boat load of various types for my shooting needs. These are harder alloy and I find that a barrel cleaning after a few tins keeps the accuracy on target and thus no big deal to me. Although called "pointed", theses are closer to a dome. When I get a new gun, these are the first to go down the barrel and three out of five times, the best performer across my pellet inventory. Give them a try and if you have a tribe of guns, you just might be surprised..

Things I would have changed: The 175 tin count is a waste. Appears the same tins could hold 250 easily but should offer in 500 count. And why are they so pricey compared to other Premiers? I guess we are buying the can instead of pellets!

What others should know: I've read other reviews complaining the tins are a mother to get open. I've had a few that are stubborn but never had to result to a hammer and screw driver. Try placing between palms of hand with pressure on the top and bottom while turning...

 

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By daniel from USA on 2019-12-24
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Things I liked: They are the beat pellet I could fined for my Fortitude 22 not the gen 1 m rod

Things I would have changed: the tins are so hard to open you have to be a lot stronger then me I had to use a vice and large adjustable pliers and still i crushed a tin in the process

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  • Brenan from USA asked:

    are pointed pellets more accurate than domed or hollow point pellets ?

    • John from USA:

      It is VERY close in accuracy, could come down to personal preference. This and the Ultra Magnum both shoot VERY well in my .22 Umarex Octane and Benjamin Summit NP2. This appears to be semi pointed in comparison to the Ultra Magnum Dome. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.

    • Tyler from USA:

      That depends on the gun, but most of the time, domed pellets are the most accurate in most guns.


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