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Crosman PowerShot Gold .177 Cal, 8.5 gr - 125 ct

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The gold ballistic pellets are great for long distance shooting in the field or for recreation in non-lead environments. As these pellets maintain their shape, they deliver superior penetration and enhanced accuracy.
  • Caliber- .177
  • Ammo Type: Non-Lead Pellet
  • Grain: 8.5
  • Nose: Pointed
  • Orange Ballistic
  • Quantity: 125
  • Use: Long-Range (Target/ Hunting)
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight8.5 grains
  • Pellet Quantity125 ct
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2.0
By BobAugust 30, 2020

Pros
Accuracy is comparable to other quality pellets.

Cons
Difficult to insert in my Gamo Whisper Fusion chamber because of sharp ridge around tip. My least favorite pellets.

5.0
By JacobUSAJuly 28, 2020

The round itself fires accurate, and range is maximum to any pellet I've used to date. I'm almost convinced itll stop an intruder lol. The round and "shell" separate on initial impact and the tip fires out internally. I've only ever had the separated rnds in a trap. On live targets....in and out...one shot kill on 7 pound rabbit...seems pretty good. I've had three press boards, a 5 gallon bucket(empty) and a press board backing....still gets through...I came here to buy all they have fyi....lol

Pros
Buy it buy it buy it

Cons
Sometimes the round and "shell" stay together.

5.0
By MichaelUSAJanuary 9, 2020 Verified Purchase

Expensive, but good.

Pros
Expensive.

Cons
Too expensive.

5.0
By CharlesUSAApril 14, 2019

Accurate & Excellent Penetration

4.0
By mike J.July 5, 2018

25 yards 1 shot 1 kill, squirrels and chipmunk's. Have had head shots out at 35 ( daisy 880) yard's.

Pros
fast , clean kills Thank the lord the post Exchange (PX on Ft. Drum stocks them NO HIGH SHIPPING CHARGE!)

Cons
10$ for 125 is way too much, Shipping charges are un real! I know how this place makes its money NOW.

5.0
By Joao C.May 30, 2017

I had bought a small tin of these from a car boot sale recently. The guy selling told me that as per his 'flesh and blood' customer reviews, once I start using them, I won't look back at lead. So, last weekend I had adjusted the cross hairs and was ready to shoot woodpigeon. First two shots, two pigeons. Next six shots, another two, missed some because of a combination of darkness and distance. The ones shot were about 30m+ and I just can't be believe my heavy duty .177 spring loaded airgun could be so accurate. Even after all that distance, the shots go through and through pass the bird. No apparent loss of trajectory, they go in a near straight line with a powerful gun! Very pleased!

Pros
Very accurate, near straight line trajectory, even for long distances. I suppose one needs a very powerful airgun for this.

Cons
A bit on the expensive side but I still think it is a fantastic value for money considering results.

5.0
By BeverlyUSAMarch 24, 2016

I have tried these in several guns and found them to be accurate in all. Good for hunting and plinking. Kinda on the pricey side so I dont shoot them much.

Pros
excellent pellet.

Cons
to expensive for daily use.

5.0
By PaulinoUSAOctober 5, 2015

These pellets are designed for rifles or pistols that do not utilize a magazine. The pellets do great in penetration of hard matrials like bone. I have tested them for deep penetraion in clay which leaves a large wound channel. The pellets I predict will begin tumbling inside of a body cavity of a larger pest like rabbits, because of my results in clay. As all pellets test a variety of pellets to match your gun. I continously read reviews on how bad a pellet shoots in a particular gun. Well those reviews should be taken with a grain of salt. Every gun is different. Try these pellets they do penentrate the brain cavity of a racoon. The only thing that is wrong with these pellets is price, but Airgun Depot tin program helps in that area. Hopefully this info will help your decision of pellets.

Pros
1. deep penetraion 2. not a light weight pellet but at 8.5 grains good for longer distances. 3, Penetrates bone and brain cavity 4. Large wound channel

Cons
The price is some what high. The pellet is too long for magazines, but its length is for stability.

1.0
By MarcUSAJuly 26, 2015

I'm going to compare several pellets and give them scores, RELATIVE TO EACH OTHER, ranging from 0-10. The pellet gun I'm using is the Benjamin Trail NP .177 caliber. Since my targets are chipmunks, I've only tested this at ranges from 10' out to 30'. I know that's not very far, but my kill zone is less than 1" diameter. Against a chipmunk, stopping power is kind of hard to judge, so I used a coffee can for that. Beeman Silver Arrow. Score - 8. Surprisingly tight groups with no bullet drop out to 30'. Doesn't always penetrate the coffee can and the dent in the can isn't as large as I thought such a heavy pellet would give. RWS Hypermax. Score - 10. There might be better pellets out there, but I haven't tested them yet. Stopping power is hard to gauge here too. Goes right through chipmunk and coffee can. Such a clean hole it almost seem armor piercing. RWS Meisterkugeln. Score - 8. Just as tight group as Silver Arrow and Hypermax. Doesn't penetrate coffee can either, but I'm going to assume a blunt pellet hitting with such velocity at close range is going to be bad news for the poor chipmunk. Crosman Destroyer. Score - 7. Not as tight a group as above, but pretty good and much better that others I've shot. Stopping power? Tumbles in flight so leaves a gaping, jagged hole in coffee can. It does this every time. Crosman Supersonic SSP. Score - 5. Groups are too large to be useful at anything past 10'. Good penetration, but who cares if your not going to hit your target. Crosman Powershot Gold. Score - 0. Bad groups, poor penetration. Usually doesn't expand to fill up pistols rifling. No penetration of coffee can. Remember this is only tested on 1 pellet gun. It might be better on others. RSW Super H Hollowpoint. Score - 5. Fair groups, but pistol doesn't have the velocity to let this expand. Seldom, but sometimes would penetrate coffee can. Gamo Raptor PBA. Score - 5. Kinda same groups as others with this score. Penetrates coffee can with no distortion like Crosman Supersonic SSP and RWS Hypermax.

Pros
None.

Cons
Just doesn't seem like they're well built. Very inconsistent.

5.0
By Dante G.USAJuly 10, 2014

As with any pellet, the challenge is to find the right pellets to work with your gun. I use the pellets in my Crosman Vantage NP, and they work very well for me and that particular gun. These alloy pellets fly faster than lead pellets and do not mushroom upon impact, but will penetrate small game (rabbits, coons, etc.) outer hide.

Pros
Fast. Accurate (in my gun). Excellent penetration. Carrying case works as intended when clipped onto a belt.

Cons
Cost per pellet (really no worse than any other alloy pellet, but still expensive).

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Got a Sig X5 Will these load in the mag

asked Earl from USA

Will these work in the Umarex Beretta M92 FS .177 Pistol Cartridge?

asked Matthew from USA

Will these pellets work in a Beretta 92 Fs Pellet Pistol?

asked William from USA

which pistol uses these. I bought this Crosman Vigilante 357 Co2 Air Pistol. want pellets can I use

asked romona

I would say a pistol that shoots a 177 cal would be my guess

Mikey
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