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Item Code: CR-177HB [PY-P-154]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: I love the bulk packing - I can shoot through a box in a week if I have time, so bulk buying is important. Crosman puts foam in the box to keep from damage during shipment. This must be why I get so few deformed pellets.
Things I would have changed: The box should be shrink-packed for shipping. I often find a dozen or more loose pellets in the shipping box. This is a nuisance when I order boxes of different types of pellets.
What others should know: I plan to keep ordering these - this 10.5gr is a very good match for my Ruger 10/22 rifle.
Things I liked: First look at them shows no deformed skirts or any debris in them, along with theyre cleaned and lubed! I got batch LUM77B003
Things I would have changed: The tin! Please change the tin!
What others should know: The skirts are a TINY bit bigger then a 7.4 grain pointed pellet but that just adds weight
Things I liked: These premiers heavies are available in cans in a multitude of stores, so I have used them as my standard, go to pellet for years. I finally decided to buy in bulk as I understand these come from the same production run. A box of these has pellets that are not mixed production runs, hence better uniformity. These pellets are favored by a couple of my guns, and work quite well in most of my guns. My Celtic blood does not permit me to use expensive pellets for shooting bugs and bottle caps.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
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Are these the same as the ones I bought years ago and are marked Die #2 on the back side of the box?
Do these 1250 count boxes of the ultra magnums contain the same pellets as the 500 ct. tins? The tins come out to 1.9 cents/pellet vs the 1250 ct box being 2.4 cents/pellet. I know several years ago I bought a tin of 7.9 grain premiers and they were terrible, often times so undersized that they slipped right through the barrel when loading, but the pellets in a bulk box were very uniform and worked extremely well in most of my airguns. I can only assume that Crosman put their seconds in the tins and sold the good ones in the bulk boxes.
I can't speak for current production, but historically, the boxed premiers have been held to a higher standard and are die/lot specific. The tins are not.
Are these not available in 22 anymore?
No, only in .177 now