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

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

Good Points
Well packaged, hardly ever any damaged ones, flyers minimal.

Bad Points
Cant really think of any.

General Comments
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 can match this that Ive tried is Crosman Premiere, but I dont see the point in spending £15.00 for 625 pellets that are being used exclusively for hunting, of course I can understand F.T ers doing this, but they are made using the same process with a single die only the Premiere get a lot more attention.

I pay £6.75 for a tin of 500 Accupell in .22, great wee slug. The only thing I have a tiny gripe about is that the skirt doesnt fill the breach of my Lightning, but that doesnt really matter as its only a personal preference.