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“These Crosman Accupell pellets are of the domehead...”

Written on: 07/10/2003 by thumper (19 reviews written)

These Crosman Accupell pellets are of the domehead type, and it tells you that on the tin, there is nothing that stands out in regards to shape and that is why they fly so true. Easily distinguishable by how shiny and perfect they are. I use the Accupell for all round pest control as they retain velocity and energy extremely well, for example, when I fire them the muzzle energy is 16ftlbs and when they strike at 50 yards they hit at just a gnats under 10ftlbs (.22), the only other pellet that… Read Full Review

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Seahighlander's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 14/10/2003

These crossmans are good as you say,i use them myself thumper. Tried to send you an email after you gave me your address but had no luck in getting it to you william. hunter13@btopenworld.co.uk- is this the right addy ????????????????????

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Himizu's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 15/07/2004

I bought a tin of these pellets for my HW95k as I had heard a lot about how well they worked for other people with the same model of rifle but I have found that they are not as good as other Crosman brand pellets I have tried. They don't sit as tightly as the other Crosmans and don't hit as hard but that’s more guess work than anything else. So I think it’s true what they say find the best pellets for your own rifle.

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Thumper's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 23/04/2004

Its all down to pellet to barrel fit, I have since changed the gun I used for these tests to a Theoben Rapid in FAC format and the Accupell are just too bad to use in it, at 30ftlbs it blew them inside out, so I turned the power down to around 20, the result was shotgun patterns, a friend of mine has the same gun and finds them brilliant, so no matter what anyone tells you always try each pellet with a clean slate when you get a new gun as its an individual thing.
<br>Good luck lads and happy shooting.

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Donaldo's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 20/04/2004

I just recently bought an Air Arms s410 which I have found to be delightfull. Used to own a Theoben Sirocco (15 yrs ago). Have been using Air Arms Field which are phenomenal with my new gat. Just for experience tried new slugs the very worst of which were the AccuPell. With the AirArms slugs I was getting 5p grouping at 21 yrds where as with the AccuPells I was having trouble keeping them on an A4 sheet of paper at the same range. I heard that this was caused by the new formulation for the APs being too hard. Dont know if thats true or not. Either way just goes to show one mans meat is another mans poison as the saying goes. I would not have believed the results had I not seen it for myself.

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Maroni's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 21/01/2004

Crossman Accupells r the bee's knees..!!
<br>I've tried all the others and the only pellet that i've got full confidence in are the "accys".
<br>1 inch groups at 40 yards with my Hw95k.
<br>I think they were made for this gun, though they recommend Lazapells which don't give the same grouping or hard hitting power...!The quality is also superb you'll be lucky to find 2 damaged pellets in 1 tin...cya all..!

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Kirkstead's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 29/10/2003

stunning pellets(no pun intended)...my HW95k loves em.....very accurate,hard hitting and not expensive...I don't shoot anything else and I've tried most of the best selling brands,Air Arms,Webleys,FTT's.... Accupells are top banana.

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Thumper's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 28/10/2003

Do you honestly think to work out the energy retention of a pellet I would `guess` the distance mate? I feel that would be rather nonsensical.

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Tavy's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 27/10/2003

Having been using various other pellets over the years these acupells are a revelation. I did put a few drops of the napier lube in the tin and found this helped marginally. I measured a true 40yds and once I was dialled in was getting 1" groups with my diana 52. Not only the accuracy of these pellets impressed me but also the punch. They were punching clean holes through .25" ply and then knocking large chuncks out of the bricks behind! I hear a lot of claimed killing/accuracy distances here that I believe are not measured but guessed - 40yds is much further away than you think and is incredibly impressive accuracy and power for any airgun/pellet combination. I will be buying accupells from now on.

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Seahighlander's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 20/10/2003

I have tried just about every pellet going on the market including 2 pellpax packs. Theres only 3 types of pellets my lightning likes crossman accys,powapell and airarms field.It likes accys best buy far-1 inch groups at 35 yards-every time(that is when the wind isnt blowing to much)
<br>The thing about napier pellet lube is right if you get any lying in the back of the pellet it sounds like a 22 rimfire going off.I also applied the lube using a cloth to just wipe them to test my theory,they got completely covered this way but left no excess on the pellets and i went through 60ish and got no dieseling or crack.adding this lube to accys i think is a waste of time as im sure the coating they allready have is crossmans own type.
<br>THUMPER tried to email u but got sent back after 4 days from postmaster.MINE is douglas.brown4@virgin.net

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Thumper's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 19/10/2003

That is the one thing that I forgot to add, if you think they are dirty on their own you should see them after they have been treated with Napier Power Pellet Lube. It is disgusting, there is no way you could carry them in your pocket, a big flaw on Crosmans part, and Ill give them a try, another one I have been told to try is H&N FTT, apparently they are the mutts nuts, did you know Bisley pellets are made by H&N? I only found thatout the other day!

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Phoenix 59's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 19/10/2003

I have tried Accupells and Powapells, and whilst very accurate , I have found them often to be poorly moulded, had 2 tins , all out of shape, The big gripe I have with these are that they are messy pellets, Just dip your finger in the tin, and look at the black, film, muck on your finger, they foul up the barrel big time, after 100 odd shots, a pull through the barrel will confirm the mess they make. I have settled for Air Arms Field Diabalo, a clean, very tidy pellet, bit soft on the skirt, but in my opinion, they are superior.

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Thumper's Response to thumper's Review

Written on: 15/10/2003

william.hunter13@btopenworld.co.uk
<br>I must have put a space in it mate sorry about that.

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