Crossman Pointed .22 cal 14.3 gr pellet and Gamo Urban
The .22 cal Crossman pointed pellet are the same weight as the Premier Ultra Mags, the Premier Hollow Point and the Piranha pellet. All hit with nearly the same dime sized spread at 30 yrds. No scope adjustments needed between pellets. These are a great match to the Gamo Urban PCP
Price for a 175 count tin was only $5.79
ProsThese are a great match to the Gamo Urban PCP
Price for a 175 count tin was only $5.79
By Tom H
Grand Rapids, MN
September 21, 2016
Reliable target ammo.
Having fired hundreds of these through a Benjamin NP2 and Remington springer, I've found them to be accurate and trusty.
ProsGood quality control. Good accuracy. A real no frills plinker. Very reasonably priced.
ConsNot the best target pellet and not the best choice for hunting but, ok for both. Crosman Destroyer pellets are more accurate at the target range and have much better performance on small game for the same price. These aren't bad, they're just not the best available in my experience.
August 28, 2016
Best all rounder
This pellet comes with the crosman premier quality heritage, this pointed pellet it's great for plinking and hunting, making them a great all rounder, it have great performance and penetration, but it lacks a bit of energy in hunting, don't misunderstand this pellet it's very good for hunting, but you can't compare it to the supreme performance hollow point.
ProsGreat for long distance shooting
Great for plinking and good for hunting
Cheap pellet great quality
Great velocity and good accuracy
ConsSuffers from overpenetration in higher powered rifles (Trail XL for example)
November 10, 2015
very inconsistent head size but shot fair in my np2. the head fell right in my gun . Won't be buying no more of these.
Prosscrew on lid
Consinconsistent head sizes,( to small on avg.)
June 1, 2015
best bang for buck
These pellets are the best all aroung hunting pellet Crosman makes.And at a great price,why do buy 5-10 tins of them.They are that good!
April 1, 2014
Good pellets to break in a rifle
These are plenty and cheap, you can see the cast lines on them, and in each can you can find plenty of flaws
I bought these because they were available and cheap. Fun for shooting bottles and random knickknacks but don't hunt with these.
If you hit your target with this rifle you most likely missed the vital area and now the animal is suffering greatly. Or you miss and the animal laughs at you as you reload try possible miss a second time.
The cast lines are so obvious on some that it makes you wonder why those were in the can to begin with.
The tin is screw tight and I love that. I use the tin to hold better pellets that didnt come in a screw tight tin.
ProsCheap and shoots ok,
screw tight tin is very nice,
with the pellets that are actually well made and not deformed the performance is pretty nice for the price
only 175 each can so it isn't as cheap as you thought it was.
very dirty to the touch (wash hands very well)
inconsistent product so hard to keep zero (just don't zero with these, waste of time)
November 4, 2013
these are looking very good so far in my gas guns not so well in the NP's, it was windy
ProsThe Crosman pellets are easy to find ,better then expected worth a try
Conscome on 175 to a can???
April 19, 2013
Accurate in Crosman 1322
I found these to group well in a Crosman 1322.
These did not group as well in my Benjamin Trail NP as RWS Super Domes or Crosman Hollow Point pellets.
ProsPointed, so it should work well for larger varmints.
Paso robles, CA
September 10, 2012
GREAT BUDGET PELLET
These pellets are super accurate in my benji p-rod. I can print a 2/8" group at 35 yrds. For me, they perform just as well as pellets that cost triple their price.
ProsCheap and accurate.
ConsLacks proper packaging, lots of pellet defects.
By Daniel B.
April 16, 2011
crosman .22 pointed
These pellets arent too bad for the money. I have found that in the gun I'm using (Gamo Silent Cat .22) the Crosman Premier Hollowpoints are much more accurate. I'd say if given the choice just go for the Premiers, pass on these.
January 12, 2011
still a good reserve pellet
I keep these around as a reserve pellet for things like sighting in my latest exotic rifle or scope, minor pest elimination duties and demo field target events. I get lots of them cheaper and available practically everywhere so available when I'm in a bind and need ammo. I found these work well in a PCP rifle and can be used for fairly precision shooting. I can use these in my best PCP and drive them one on top of another at 25 feet repeatedly, or one of my favorite tricks, take the head off a match at 15 yards. (that takes practice, but it can be done if you trust your gun.)
By J. Wallander
December 9, 2009
These are decent pellets with decent accuacy. Baisically you get what you pay for, A cheap pellet. With the packaging system these pellets tend to have minor skirt damage. Out of 175 pellets you can bet 25-50 are damaged in some way. As for fun if your just going to poke paper with a red ryder these will do for the money. I would not recomend for experiencd air gunners.
By a better shooter
July 25, 2008
very good !
as expected, some will be damaged in todays' package and mail delivery system. very consistent POA impacts, some minor defects on some pellets but it doesn't hurt accuracy in my crosman guns. hard hitting, good penetration, pretty nice trajectory. crosman should produce them in 500's and bulk packs like the domes and the discontinued / hard to find wadcutters.
By kieran "eagle eye" eglin
March 17, 2008
very very good pellets i can bullseye a 3'' square target from 200 feet i found that i could penetrate a piece of wood like it was butter overall i wold give this a 10/10 and highly reccomend it