*Some items excluded. Can be combined with free ground shipping on orders $150+, to the contiguous US. Expires 6/1/19, @ 3:00 a.m. EST
Roll over image to zoom in
List Price $34.95 Save $2.00 (5%)
Item Code: CR-177HB [PY-P-154]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
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.
Things I liked: Same pellets I've been using many years ago. Accurate in all my rifles. I ALWAYS use heavy pellets in my air guns just because of longer range with precision. Even my R7 LOVES them. As well as my RAW TM 1000 Target Rifle (PCP).
Things I would have changed: Loose pellets often accompany the box around the open edges. Don't use them they might be damaged, which begs a better way to pack 1250 pellets.
What others should know: I've seen a report or two some years back that Premiers were greasy or dirtier than other more expensive brands. The barrels of my rifles are absolutely mirror clean using these pellets. There is no grime at all or leading in the grooves.
Things I liked: The most accurate in my rifle out of ten that I tested able to deliver more knockdown power definitely a favorite of mine
Things I would have changed: A even bigger box
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. Show Other Reviews
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
What pellets should I order for the RWS Model 34 Panther Pro Compact? I'm purchasing this for my husband for Christmas. Is there anything else I should purchase - the main target will be squirrels.
Yes these work very well on squirrels. Good choice.