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Crosman Pointed .177 Cal, 7.4 gr - 250 ct

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  • Code: CRP177 · $5.24 · .177 · 7.4 grains · 250 ct
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Similar in design to the Premier line, these pellets are value priced to allow you more shooting pleasure. Pointed design is useful for either casual target shooting or pest control. Actual packaging may vary from picture. Designed for long range penetration. This is the pellet to use for pest control or field hunting. 250 count .177 caliber pointed pellets packaged in a blister card.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.4 grains
  • Pellet Shape-1
  • Pellet Quantity250 ct
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Average Customer Review
4.4
4.554 Reviews
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5.0
By MohAirGunnerJune 5, 2019

First off let me just say these are an excellent economical pellet. They shoot accurately out of all my air rifles and pistols. The pointed design penetrates very well. I use these pellets for plinking and small game hunting. My shots are always 30 yards in so I know accurate shots are always attainable with these pellets. I’ve taken squirrel and rabbits with ease using these pellets. So called experts like Rick Eustler say you need the more expensive rifles and pellets for hunting. We all know he is bought and paid for to promote the expensive items. Just yesterday I harvested a huge groundhog at 15 yards. One shot to the brain, one kill. No matter the gun or pellet it is shot placement! If these pellets shoot tight and consistent groups for you like they do me then these are excellent hunting rounds.

Pros
Economical Accurate

5.0
By FrederickUSAOctober 21, 2015

2 shots two kills right out of the box. Garbage picking ( these guy would gang up on the trash can [40 gal. ] until they would knock it over ) seagulls. GULL: 40 yds. aimed for head hit in the neck just below the head. Fox Squirrel: 50 yds. Aimpoint head moving , hit just behind shoulder. Target jumped about 2 ft. in air ran about three yards,fell on his side, went through running motion for about 10 seconds,stopped,then quivered for about 20 seconds. That was it he was dead When I cleaned him I was somewhat supprized as the "projo's " head had only penetrated the hide, however, all internal organs were ruptured and his back was broken in half. Old tough guy had to stew him in a table spoon of Knor beef bullion,with carrots,onion and celery. Cooked down liquid til just covering the contents, remove meat cut into pieces. Add water 1 cup with 1 Tblspn. of bullion and 1- 1/2 tpsn. of corn starch for each cup water to the cooked down carrots, onion and celery. Bring to boil wisking or stiring briskly , cook about 1-2 min. till smooth ann all lumps are gone. Serve over biscuts and or mashed potatoes or rice, nice little meal. Add any spices you like to customize to your personal recipe.

Pros
Can't say as yet. It would not be fair to you, Crosman or the Vantage. By the way the Remington is really a Crosman Vantage 1200. Buy from Airgun Depot. I bought mine from Dick's , paid way too much and got dick**, my bad. I will give this pellet a thorough tesing with the Vantage and my Gamo Hornet, and give you the results.

Cons
NON AS YET.

4.0
By RicardoSeptember 29, 2015

Good product. Works good in my benjamin prowler .177

5.0
By AlAugust 31, 2015

I needed some practice ammo and this was a good deal for the price. I loaded it on my refurbished Crosman 1377C for target practice. No issues with the ammo.

4.0
By MarioUSAMarch 4, 2015

I use these with a crosman vantage Break Barrel and @100ft these are extremely acurate . Come spring time im gonna set up longer range targets to really test accuracy

Pros
Accurate

Cons
None found yet

1.0
By ZachJune 27, 2014

Exactly as it says. This is junk for accuracy. If you are shooting a cheap inaccurate rifle and want a cheap route, these are it. I shot with a high powered break rifle and they suck in it. I also shot them in a cheapo pump, performs perfect for a soda can at 30 or 40 feet.

Pros
cheap

Cons
everything else.

4.0
By jamesUSAJune 23, 2014

I use this for my Crosman vantage. That's all i have im currently ordering a Gamo platinum pellets to try those out with my new gun.I ALWAYS SUGGEST THAT YOU USE WHATEVER THE BRAND THAT THE GUN IS THAT'S THE BRAND THAT THE PELLETS ARE DO NOT SWITCH UNLESS NECESSARY.ALSO LOOK UP WHAT KIND OF PELLETS TO USE BECAUSE SOME PELLETS CAN HURT YOUR GUN.EX. I'M BUYING A GAMO GUN SO I'M BUYING THE TOP PERFORMANCE GAMO PELLETS,BUT IM NOT PUTTING MY CROSMAN PELLETS IN THAT GUN EVER BECAUSE I DON'T WANT TO DAMAGE IT.

Pros
It works great for me,just use it for the correct guns and it shouldn't give any problems.

Cons
I don't currently have any.Just make sure to get a can that's un-dented because if its dented it could have damaged pellets inside.

3.0
By IsaiahUSAJune 13, 2014

These work great for my Crosman 760

1.0
By DAVIDUSAMay 14, 2014

I mainly shoot a GAMO Bull Whisper Extreme .177. I need a bigger target to see where these are going. I like using cheap pellets, but I do not like wasting my time and energy shooting with ammo that acts like a knuckle ball. I mainly use GAMO Tomahawk pellets that cost 8.99 for a tin of 750. That is less per shot than these. Tomahawks are .5 grain heavier than these at 7.9 vs. 7.4. Much more consistent. I like to shoot Crosman Destroyer pellets. Crosman Premier Hollow Points are awesome. These pointed pellets, not so much. I have never felt so good about throwing a product away that I spent money for.

Pros
Crickets chirping...

Cons
I had to destroy the tin to get it open. They fit more loosely in the barrel, and fly as if they have a will of their own.

3.0
By JiaUSAApril 8, 2014

if you are plinking giant targets. With a decent air rifle this is accurate enough. Because if you are plinking and you miss no big deal but if you are hunting then you want that one shot to hit and there is so much size discrepancy in 1 tin of pellets that it will drive you mad

Pros
very cheap and works fine for plinking

Cons
You might get a good tin but most likely you will miss your targets 1/3 of the time due to a bad pellet. I can inspect my .25 pellets but .177 with the dark hue of crosman pellets it gets a bit difficult so I would shoot other pellets for hunting and zero with other pellets as well Try the crosman wadcutters.

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Will these pellets kill a coon at 20 feet or just spook him?

asked campingclaud

Shot a raccoon thru the brain case. The animal backed out of the tree and was going to beat up my beagle. I killed it with a wooden mallet. Skinned the animal as the hides sold for fur and I eat raccoon. Took the hide off of the skull. .177 Hole was thru brain case and brain. Pellet guns under 1000fps do not deliver enough shock to liquefy brain tissue on a raccoon. Air guns will let the air out of a squirrel or rabbit; if shot across the rib cage the pellet punctures both lungs. The double pneumothorax stops the animal in about 10 yards. Thing about a raccoon is that you want them to come out of the tree dead or they will beat up your dog. A raccoon is a bobcat without cat claws. A raccoon is a lynx with monkey feet. A raccoon is a cat and don't forget that. .22LR @ 40 grains 1230fps is about as small a bullet as will immediately addle a big raccoon. .177 air gun on a raccoon is asking for cruelty.

michael from USA

My experience with using these pellets is that they merely annoy squirrels -- I would not expect them to do any better with raccoons.

Dien Cai Dau

Will they fit in a Smith and Wesson M&P pistol?

asked kevin keeley

Kevin Keeley, Yes, if the Smith and Wesson M&P pistol is .177 caliber. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA
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