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Crosman Pointed .177 Cal, 7.4 gr - 500 ct

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Crosman Pointed ├В┬Ц Pest Control 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. 500 count .177 caliber pointed pellets.
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.4 grains
  • Pellet Shape-1
  • Pellet Quantity500 ct
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By LewisUSAJune 21, 2020

So be sure of what you are getting.

The price is nice and to break in your air rifle why not.

Dicks sporting goods advertises these as Super Point. Which is the pellet depicted on the container. But open the container and ,supprise. What's inside is just the plane jane of crosmans line.

By Donnie C.November 24, 2018

I’ve been using these for years, they’re inexpensive and highly accurate out of my rifles. I get mine from my local Walmart when they’re in stock. 250 pellets cost $2.97 plus tax. These make it very cost effective for me for plinking and small game hunting. I average 1/4” groupings with ease at 25 yards. Definitely worth a buy if you’re looking to plink and hunt on a budget!

Inexpensive, Accurate

By FredUSAMay 6, 2018 Verified Purchase

I mostly shoot lower powered guns at 10-20 Meters. While these are not the best pellet in any of my guns they are always very good in all of them both pistols and rifles. They are short enough for rotary clips for Umarex pistols and the Crosman 1077.

Good all around pellet

By GlenUSAOctober 14, 2014

I have not been particularly impressed with this pellet. It has been used in mostly low to mid-power rifles and pistol. Ruger Explorer, Crosman 1077 and 760 and Ruger Mark 1 pistol. I have tried in higher power guns with terrible results, but the weight of the pellet is not suitable for higher power guns. I was expecting more in the lighter power guns.

The price is good. It is consistent in the shape, at least to the eye.

The accuracy bests at average even in lower power rifles. And yes, with the crosman Destroyer pellet, I can hit a 1.5" (Gatorade cap) target at 30 feet 9 of 10 times. These were good for ~6 or 7 of 10 at the same distance. I only use these at 10 yards or less as it is purely disappointing beyond that. I have a bunch of them and they are my least favorite pellet.

By jesseUSAApril 5, 2013

Good quality Quantity Deformities are rare

By michaelUSAMarch 6, 2013

Shots well in both in my kids .177 air rifle and air pistol.

Good price pellets all were uniform. Shot well.

Fit was a little loose.

By John M.February 27, 2013

I'm not a competition shooter, or hunter for that matter. I just enjoy occasional target shooting and keeping rodents away. In my opinion and my experience, I think these pellets are a great bang for the buck! They are accurate enough for me and you can't beat the price!

Performance and price.


By LewUSAFebruary 10, 2013

Long time favorite. Outstanding performance and affordable price. Tight groupings at thirty yards with my Gamo Varmint Hunter XP.

I like their weight, performance, and price.

No dislikes

By WyattUSADecember 25, 2012

Today I received my Gamo whisper air rifle with these Crosman pellets I purchased. I put together some nice groups, maybe 1/8" to 1/4" apart. Some hit directly in the same spot a few times.

Great purchase Affordable Accurate


By PhilJanuary 20, 2011

The seem to shot fine. Use them with a Crosman 1377C. After loading a few you will seen some of discoloring on your fingers from the residue off of the lead pellets.

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Does anyone know if these pellets are lead free? I have children that will be handling these and I just wanted to know

asked Joshua

Sadly not I bought them for my child and I and I make him wash his hands after every time we shoot with these.

aron from USA

No, they are not lead free.

Casey from USA

I just checked the label. The top of the tin says, "Pointed, Premium Grade Lead Airgun Pellets." These are indeed lead pellets. There is a warning on the bottom of the container, as follows: "Contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm.). Do not inhale dust or put pellets in mouth. Wash hands after handling."

Daniel from USA
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