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Crosman Premier Super Point .177 Cal, 7.9 gr - 500 ct

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Accurate Hunting lead pellets! For a precise shot every time, choose Crosman's Premier Pellets. Dies made from a single set of heat-treated, water-resistant metal tools ensure each pellet is, in essence, indistinguishable from the next.
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.9 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity500 ct
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By DeanUSADecember 30, 2018

I couldn't get it into the breach of my Benjamin Brawler break barrel. How do you rate a pellet that you can't shoot. I got these with the "Buy 3 Get 1 Free" package. I bought 2 H&N tens and a ten of Crosman 7.4 gr. pointed like these. I was able to shoot all of these.


Couldn't load it the gun.

By JamesUSAJune 12, 2014

look good but they chamber inconsistently and give lack luster accuracy. Groups at 25 yards from MY Gamo Bull Whisper BC averaged 2 1/4 inches not at all good enough for me. I had high hopes for these as they are affordable but cheap isn't cheap if you cant hit your intended varmints.

Good tin, good looks good pricing

Inconsistent chambering, Poor accuracy in MY gun

By ChasUSAMay 20, 2014

These pellets flew pretty straight from a Daisy 901. One inch groups at 10 meters.

Good accuracy for the money.

They were a bit dirty. Quite a bit of dust/particles.

By GaryUSAJuly 15, 2013

This pellet is a great long distance killer on smaller animals. Even at a relative distance for large pig sized animals don't under estimate this pellet. This thing is lethal and is not a toy. Make no mistake about this pellet, it is nearly as good as any of the high quality name brand pellets. These pellets will give you a run for your money. If you need long distance killing power for rodents or even a few larger animals, try these first and see if they work well with your rifle. Remember that air rifles like certain pellets better than others. Always keep this in mind. Try several different types to make sure you have the right pellets for your rifle. One item to always remember, you should aways carry two type of pellets with you. Use the rounded heavy domed type of pellet for short distance shooting and the pointed type of pellet for long distance shooting.

Very uniform in size and shape and weight.


By Kyle G.October 22, 2012

Decent pellets, I just got a Gamo Big cat 1250 and the pellets didn't fit in the muzzle very well. They are to tight, and not very accurate. I prefer the normal Crosman pointed pellets, which are cheaper.

Good point and impact.

Too tight of a fit and short.

By JackOctober 5, 2012

Good pellets, I have to really push them into the barrel, they barely fit but they are fast and accurate. Good pellets. I would recomend the round hollow points or the dome 10.5 grains over these though for the same price and count.

Fast Accurate

Too much penetration on animals and soft targets. Barely fit in the barrel of my Crosman Optimus .177 cal.

By GlennUSAJanuary 28, 2012

Recommended by a friend. It comes in a huge case but strangly it just where 300 of them. But contacted Crosman, new box recieved! Verry accurate with the guns I use.


By benFebruary 8, 2011

hard to get in crossman phantom, +1 inch group and 10 yards, they are easy to bend and alot of bad pellets in the tin, for the money they are ok but i wouldnt recomend for hunting

By AlJuly 14, 2010

Crossman and Benjamin make good pellets. These premiers have to be specifically scoped in for your rifle, work well in medium to semi high powered rifles.. a good value and excellent stoper.. No troubles with pest at 15 20 meters. i use them in a older tech force side lever springer...about 700-800 fps..Defintly a good hunting round. target placement is key. i can hit a coke bottle cap at 20 meter every time...thats a 3/4 inch group. Accurate enough for hunting with good penetration

By EricMay 29, 2008

Didn't seem to notice any real big pro's or cons with these. They're better than the cheap $3.00 pellets, but I would suggest paying a few extra bucks for the good stuff if your looking for quality. These would probably work alright in an air pistol.

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can this pellet be used in the Crosman 357 - 6 revolver or will it be to long in the clip?

asked Andrew

pointed pellets are a bit too long for most pellet pistols. I am pretty sure the 3576 is wide enough though since it has one of the widest clips in pistols..

Steve from USA
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