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Crosman .22 14.3-Grain Pointed Air Gun Pellets 175-Pack
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Rated 3 out of
Good priced decent quality pelletOk I don't want to sound harsh on these as it's just the way it is for ALL pointed pellets. These are fairly close in weight and size from round to round so that's good, pointed pellets of any brand never shoot well from PCP guns nor mag springer/gas piston guns.. if your gun is sub 12ftlbs then pointed pellets may or may not shoot well it's very gun dependent. I have have a 11.5 ftlbs pcp pistol that shoots these amazingly well the only thing it shoots better in fact is JSB diabolos, if I do my part it will stick ten of these in a .25 edge to edge group at 30 yards, when you think the pellet is .22 in dia and it sticking ten in .25 that is amazing however performance drops off VERY quickly after 40 yards and then massive drop and wind drift are a result and other pellets do MUCH better. That's rare tho pointed pellets are hardly ever in any gun real tack drivers.. if you have a gun that shoots at less then 12ftlbs then you may give these a try if its over that you will keyhole them all day long they just can't stay stable in high velocity guns. You want accuracy it is a must the pellets are round nose in 95% of guns... Now a lot of guns may hold decent 10 yard groups with these or other pointed pellets however likely they will open up extremely fast and be 2 inches at 20 yards or even more. It's counter intuitive you would think pointed pellets shoot flat however pointed pellets have very low Ballistic coefficients and rainbow in trajectory very badly... A round nose pellet will drop less then half of a pointed pellet at 100 yards and 3 times less at 200 yards.. the only pellets to have a lower BC is flatnose wadcutters... If you have a low power .177 or .22 then pointed pellets may work well for you out to a absolute max of 40 yards.. if you have a gun that will hold a tight group at 50 yards with any point pellet you are one of very few. This is a 50 yard group with these pellets from a 11.5ftlb pcp pistol this is the best group at 50 i have ever shot with any pointed pellets as they don't fly well past 40 yards that's any brand of pointed pellets.