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Crosman Powershot Red Flight Penetrators


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  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1990260

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Crosman® Powershot Red Flight Penetrators can be used as an effective alternative to standard lead-based pellets. They provide superb ballistic properties that can improve all types of long-range recreational shooting. These red-belted, .22 caliber pellets are sharply pointed at the ends, and their points continue to hold their shape after impact for maximum penetration. Weighing 16.7 grains, these excellent lead-free pellets offer high-speed, penetrative impact, and are perfect for hunters, recreational or target shooters. 100 pack.
Manufacturer model #: LF22167.

  • Hold their shape for maximum penetration
  • Lead-free
  • High velocity
Crosman Powershot Red Flight Penetrators 2 5 1 1
Poor overall pellet This pellet does not perform well in my Benjamin Titan NP 22. Some are a good fit into the breech and others are very loose resulting in possible damage to the rifle (the pellet falls out and you end up dry firing) and a very inconsistent performance. When shooting from a bench rest at 20 yards I could not get grouping better than 3 inches. Crossman dome pellets produce a group less than 1/2 inch. I also noted that after about 30 yards, these pellets started to tumble. When looking at the target , some of the holes were round and some were elongated indicating that the pellet went through sideways. At this range the power also seemed to drop off significantly. At 50 yards, they would not even completely bury in a piece of pine (a part of the skirt was still visible) whereas the Crossman Domed pellets were completely buried. Given the lack of accuracy , fit and price of these pellets, I would not recommend them. January 21, 2015
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