Crosman Premier-22 [ 14.3-hollow-points- ] Reviews




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Reviewer: Skillet
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Haven’t had good luck with these…

Tried 2 tins. Too much variation in the tolerancing for my guns. One pell will load just fine, the next will have to be forced-in.

Groups are all over. Don’t have this problem with the non-HP Premiers.

Dumped them all into a cup and just use them for breaking-in springers after a lube-tune, just until the dieseling stops.

I won’t buy them again.

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Reviewer: Ravage
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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The price is very nice, the groupings are great, and gram for gram this is one of the best pellets I have used. Do not look for them to mushroom tho unless MAYBE you are shooting at an inch of steel, as they just don’t. I shoot them from the lowest B3-4 rifles to the Walther Falcon that is sending it out at 1,000 FPS and there is no mushroom at all. I rather like this in the pellet tho so do not let it stop you from buying these. It is just a very thick & solid round that will drop a tree rat with a single shot.

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Reviewer: Jaymo
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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You can’t go wrong with the CPHPs. The price is right, and my TF99 springer, QB79, QB 2078TH, and B50 all like them.

Funy that my Beeman Crow Magnums hit to about the same POA as my CPHP.

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Reviewer: Dan
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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As the others have said “seems to shoot straight in more guns than other pellets” Not sure why that is? I also have a drawer full of many different pellets and the Crosman Premiere Hollows are the most agreeable in the most guns I own.

Almost as dependable as the RWS Hobby .22’s

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Reviewer: CY
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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these Crossman hollow points are my favorite cheap .22 pellets. aside from price, CP HP perform right there with the best.

CP HP .22 shoots well in all .22 rifles I’ve tried, R1, Pro Elite, Kodiak .22, Crossman 392, Crossman 102, 392LE, etc.

they group really well at 10 and 40yds. I’ve shot squirrels, rabbit, starlings. all dropping with no problems.

CP HP are the most versatile .22 pellet I’ve tried so far. and I’ve got a drawer full of different pellets. most will shoot well for only one or two guns. Unlike CP HP which seems to shoot well in all guns I’ve tried so far.

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Reviewer: B.B. King
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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Tried several different brands and types of .22 pellets in a new Crosman 2240 and these gave tighter groups than the others (domed, wadcutter and pointed). Also, Crosman pellets, in general, are a harder lead alloy than other brands, so they achieve greater penetration, which is useful when shot in lower powered airguns. In the 6 fpe Crosman 2240, these pellets will shoot through both sides of a steel can at 20 yds. Softer pellets (even pointed) often don’t do more than dent the outer side. These hollow points do not expand, even through steel cans; no matter, just consider them to be domed pellets. The hollow point is very small so the ballistic coeficient (BC) should be only slightly lower than the domed version of this pellet, but the cost savings is substantial: 500/$5.95 compared to 625/$14.95 for the CP domed. I don’t use any other pellet.