Written on: 27/11/2005 by stushooter
The Crossman Accupell is a good medium weight pellet. If you need good long range accuracy , but also need knock down power this is the pellet for you. it is pre lubed before it goes into the tin, therefore flies out of your barrel making best use of the rifling lines.
I hunt rabits , magpie, and squirrels mainly. For a bird you need a pellet with good penetration and accuracy, with larger quarry such as a rabit you would need a heavy slug pellet. hmmm most people would need to by... (read more)
Written on: 26/09/2005 by wnellist5 (1 review written)
I recently purchased a HW97 combo which came with pellets! "Crosman Accupell ", I was very surprised because I also have a HW80k and everyone recomends H & N ftt, the Accupells were just as good, if not better than the H & N pellet as far as consistancy goes. It just goes to show you dont know until you try. (read more)
Written on: 21/04/2005 by Sub Sea Sniper (7 reviews written)
Here are my thoughts on the Crosman Accupell. I almost exclusively hunt rabbits with my airguns so need a hard hitting, consistent pellet which I can rely upon. I use a gasrammed Webley Tracker, an Air Arms Pro-Elite and a brand new Air Arms TX200HC, all in 0.22.
I must be honest and admit that I use Webley Lazadomes about 70% of the time but I use Accupells as well.
They are a domed slug, with a good thick skirt and a wide shiny circle of lead in behind the skirt. This gives off a good... (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2005 by mickey500 (6 reviews written)
Crosman Accupell ~ Through ms s-200, webley stingray, hw99s and fienwerkbao these and the air arms are by far the best pallets putting webley, rws and eley wasp to shame as well as some h and n.
I have shot half inch groups up to 35 yards and even further, due to there aerodynamic shape and quite light weight they stay at a nice reasonable trajectory curve up to 50 yards which is further than I recommend any hunting to take place for the humane kills all we hunters aim for,
The fact that... (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2005 by fyfin (5 reviews written)
Crosman Accupell - I have recently aquired a Weihrauch HW99S and I have been using H & N Field & Target .22 pellets.
I got my accuracy up pretty well and then having heard about how good Crossman Accupells were I thought I would try those. What a mistake! The pellets in the tin were obviously mis-shaped (about 1 in 10) and my grouping was abysmal. I have since tried Bisley Pest Control and H & N Hollowpoint and both perform better than the Accupell. I will not be buying these again. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2004 by shanetoon
I tried these Crosman accupell pellets in my BSA Metoer MK6, and they were very accurate. With my stirling silver scope, I could hit pegs at 20-30 meters and with a high penetration.
I did a quick penetration test on a toliet roll and the results were amazing, most of the pellets didn't even go through one side where as the accupell went though one side and almost out the other side.
If you need more power and accuracy for hunting, I would highly recommend these pellets. (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2004 by Teeb (9 reviews written)
What can I say about the already well respected Crosman Accupell? Well each pellet is exactly the same as the last, which as you may know is essential for top airgun shooters. The pellets are well formed and have a nearly solid lead body which is uncommon with other brands. Which makes them an accurate and hard hitting pellet. The pellets seem to work well in nearly all air rifles from hunting to FT and always produce good groupings. (read more)
Written on: 18/08/2004 by alexanda17 (2 reviews written)
I was recommended the Crosman Accupell by the previous owner of my Cometa 300. With the exception of a few bad fits, (tight and difficult to push in) I have found this ammo very consistent. The pellet retains good power and penetration. A single shot rabbit kill at 50 yards is testament to that. (read more)
Written on: 17/07/2004 by radman (1 review written)
The Crosman Accupell is a very good pellet, one of the best I've used, it fits my Cometa 220's barrel perfectly giving full powerbut as I said in bad points it can over penetrate at a short distance, only paying 6.50gbp and haven't got any flawed ones in a tin I think these are great value for money too. (read more)
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... (read more)
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