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Crosman SuperSonic Hollowpoint .177 Cal, 4 gr - 250 ct

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  • Code: LF177SP · $10.99 · .177 · 4 grains · 250 ct
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  • 177 caliber
  • 4.0 grains
  • Pointed
  • 250 pellets
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .177
  • Ammo Type Lead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight 4 grains
  • Pellet Shape Pointed
  • Pellet Quantity 250 ct
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Average Customer Review
3.6
3.512 Reviews
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2.0
By MarcUSAJuly 2, 2015

I've been testing my new Nitro Piston at 30'. My game is the Diabolical Suburban Chipmunk. Those things are kind of small, so anything past that distance is going to be a tough shot. For this review, I'll compare it with the RWS Hypermax, and it's no contest. At 30" from a bench rest, shooting at a target with a red dot scope, I get an average group of 1.3" with the Hypermax, and 2.75" with these Supersonics. Shooting at 15', my groups are 1.03" with the Hypermax, and 1.4" with the Supersonic. The groups are pretty consistent with the Hypermax, and not at all with the Supersonic. 1 group at 30' was 3.5", and another was 1.75. One thing I can say about both of these, is if your chipmunk is behind a steel wall, these are the ones to use. Both straight through both sides of a coffee can with no deflection.

Pros
Lead free and relatively cheap.

Cons
What's the use of low cost if you won't hit your target?

4.0
By MichaelUSAJune 8, 2015

These pellets aren't for target shooters,But they are great for those co2 guns that aren't power houses. I don't think they should be used a lot in high power springers too much because of their lioghtness but in co2 or pcp's the'll soup up your gun.

Pros
Good for speeding up lower powered guns and for high velocity.

Cons
A little too light for prolonged use in powerful springers but they can be used.

2.0
By ChasUSAMay 20, 2014

These pellets were flying all over the place

Pros
Nice to handle. Clean, light.

Cons
They just don't stay on target.

2.0
By CalebUSANovember 28, 2013

6" groups or so at 20 yards vs. 5/8" groups w/ Beeman Kodiaks, Because they are so light they louse energy, fast and have terrible ballistics. I was about 5" low at 20 yards when sighted in w/ RWS SuperDomes

Pros
???

Cons
Terrible Accuracy Terrible ballistics

4.0
By VincentUSASeptember 11, 2013

Very loud out of my ruger magnum. They penetrate but not deep and are not tht accurate

Pros
Fun to shot very loud noise

Cons
Accuracy

5.0
By KyleUSAMay 13, 2013

These are consistent, accurate and work great for long range shooting. The first shot I fired with these pellets scared me as it cracked speeding through the sound barrier. I always thought the FPS advertised for my air rifle was bunk, but now I know it is at least traveling 1129 FPS with these light weight pellets. The trajectory for these pellets is much flatter and they travel further, as expected. You will need to get used to them and adjust your sites to use them, but the added distance and satisfying crack is worth it.

5.0
By JoeUSAJanuary 27, 2013

Awesome pellet. You really can feel the power when you fire them. I know some people don't like the noise of them but its worth it.

5.0
By StevenUSADecember 11, 2012

Never seen anything like it before in my life. These are so fast and they go much farther then the heavy lead pellets. I would grade this pellet a 5 Stars***** all the way. They will go completely through them little pesky varmints. Unbelievable product, a must have.

Pros
Light weight, super long distance, and super fast (lightning fast).

Cons
Nothing at all.

1.0
By G-manOctober 14, 2012

Poor accuracy in a Crosman Optimus.

Pros
No lead and fast.

Cons
Loud and poor groupings.

3.0
By EricUSASeptember 5, 2012

Although these are pointed there is a ridge at the outer circumfrance at the base of the cone, not as aero dynamic as the photo shows. I feel this effects the accuracy At 60 feet 750 fps and lower acuracy is ok 1.5" grouping. At 90 feet 1000fps and higher grouping goes to 6"+. Same gun different pellets accuracy is 1/8" at 90 feet 700 fps and higher. All depends what your needs are.

Pros
Speed

Cons
Increased sound Accuracy

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WERE THEY HARD TO GET A GOOD PATTERN ON,EVERY TIME I SHOOT THEY ARE HIGH AND TO THE RIGHT OR HIGH AND TO THE LEFT(using Ruger air hawk)JUST WONDERING IF IT IS ME OR SOMEBODY ELSE HAS THIS PROBLEM,ALL THE CROSMAN AND GAMO PELLETS ARE ALL WITHIN 1-1 1/2 INCHES OF EACH OTHER.

asked SCOTT from USA

Use a heavier pellet and you will get better results. I'd recommend these pellets only for like a 1377c.

Carter from USA

It Is Not You, That's Having Trouble With Lead-Free Pellets(Alloy) & Accuracy. Your's Ruger Air Hawk, Fires A Standard Lead Pellet At Around 1000fps. When You Use A Lead-Free(Alloy) Pellets, You Are Breaking The Sound Barrier( A Sonic Boom ~1116-1140 fps) At The Muzzle Head. The Problem I Found, Is The Light Weight Of The Lead-Free(Alloy)Pellets. It's Slow Down Real Fast After Its Leave The Barrel & The Sonic Boom Wave Catchs The Pellet, Causing It To Wobble. That Causes Some Inaccuracy Of The Lead-Free Pellets. But,I Did Find That Lead-Free Pellets Works Best In Air Guns Thats Have A Rating More Then 1200,or Less Then 800 fps,( Air Gun Rating Using Standard Lead Pellets) , For More Accuracy In Target Shooting. I Hope This Helps.

Bob

what is the BC of this pellet

asked Mauro from USA
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