Written on: 21/05/2013
These pellets are well made with very few mis-shaped ones in the tin, they are filthy dirty however and really need to be washed for tight grouping over a complete tin. I washed mine and was amazed at the amount of swarf that came off them, I also and a added a tiny amount of lube to a sponge I put in the tin. After doing this they did group very well in still air, however at longer ranges & in wind they are not so good! The likes of AA field & JSB, H&N FTT seem to be a lot better in windy… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2012
Crosman accupell has to the BEST pellets out there 12.5mm groups at 35 yards using my bsa ulta multi shot,huntting with accupell has never been so good £9.00 a tin well worth the money. Only had one dudd pellet out of my first tin of 500 not bad at all fits my mag sweet and have had no flyers up to date… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2012
Crosman accupell has to the BEST pellets out there 11.5mm groups at 35 yards using my bsa ulta multi shot very high accuracey and a flat trajectory,rangemaster li,rws superdome and diabolo feelds no match for accupell, huntting with accupell has never been so good 5 rabbits for the pot to night and only £9.00 a tin well worth the money. Only had one dudd pellet out of my first tin of 500 not bad at all fits my mag sweet and have had no flyers up to date… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2011 by Marxist (6 reviews written)
These pellets measure out to be 8.0 grains in .177. Having chrono'd them with my Cometa 400, they give full power so they get thumbs up from me. However, whether they will give good groups, at the range, is another matter and so I cannot say on that score, some pellets shave upto 2.5ft.ib off your muzzle energy, these Webley pellets don't. Cheers all Commie … Read Full Review
Written on: 10/07/2011 by Tunafish789 (1 review written)
The only good thing i can say about these pellets is that atleast i didn't pay for them; i recently purchased a Weihrauch HW85K and with it the seller threw in some Accu Pell .177 for free along with some targets. I already had some AGS Elite Domed which were cheap and did the job extremely well at 25 yards up to 50 yards with a spread of no more than 1 - 2 inches whereas with the Accu Pell pellets they did not fit in the barrel; all were slightly too small so came out when closing the barrel… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2011
I have not used any of these pellets for a while now-not due to the fact that they are useless it's just I haven't used an air rifle for a few years now. I can however remember vaguely my last experience with them, and to be honest they were absolutely great. Sure they don't go exactly that fast and sure they aren't the best on the market but at £8.50 a box they do seem to be the best for the price.
Throughout the whole box I had purchased there was rather surprisingly no 'bad' or… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/02/2011
i bought a tin of crossman accupell i while back and out of the whole tin i found 2 dodgey pellets which is fantastic.Accuracy is very good ive had countless bunny shots over 40 yards away. very good value for money and i do recomend. the only issue i have with these pellets is they arnt a very fast pellet, out of a tub of, Eley wasps BSA interceptors and FX Air guns the crossman accupells were almost the slowest (considering BSA interceptors were dum dums and un aero dynamic) but i would still… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2010 by FXquinton (15 reviews written)
flat tragectory out til 35 ish yards in .22 1.5 inch groupings at 65 yard out of my rapid (12fpe) not too expensive and very few damaged one's… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2009
Crosman Accupell is the best pellet i've tried so far and i've tried a few, defiants are good as well… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2009 by wee vic (1 review written)
i have a Crosman Accupell.have tried many different brands of pellet and these are the best… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2009 by Rugger (1 review written)
In my books, the Crosman Accupell ARE the best of the best pellet out there, I gave them a 9 for accuracy, and hitting power... I think the thin waist just below the frontal dome has a lot to do with these pellets being so dead on,I think the waist creates a circular perfect vacaum keeping the pellet flying stable and head on!
Shooting at 12G empty shells @ 30 yds right in front of 12"x12" solid piece of seasoned pine.
Right behind the 12x12 I have a sheet of 3/4" subfloor sheet 4'x4'...
Pellets… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2008 by pauljc (1 review written)
The best of the best, a bit expensive, but a exellent pellet. I use them for my cometa 400-s .22 ,also my xs-19 hunting rifle and the r accurate at 35 - 50 yrds, no problems with the squirrels and bunnies… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2008
Excellant product for rabbiting and greys. never shot a rat yet… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2008
A nice precision-made medium weight pellet, pre-lubed with great accuracy & stopping power, what more do you want? Maybe a little cheaper would be good!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2008 by jeff powell (1 review written)
Pulled off some really long shots with these pellets regular as clock work… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2007 by bobjbrown (34 reviews written)
I like these pellets in .22 for ratting and rabbits.
Often get shoot through with rats, so have a good backstop!
Very accurate, and more so if you wash them first.
I transfer pellets to a sieve and tumble them in warm soapy water before letting them dry and putting back into a cleaned tin with some napier lube.
I know it sounds picky but you can handle them without getting black fingers, and have a look at the wadding when you clean your barrel after 500 rounds, compared with unwashed.
I… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2007 by dreadheadmarksman (13 reviews written)
I was recommended these by a friend as I was using marksman .177's I grabbed a handful of accupells and set off to try them out and I have to admit I was very impressed these things were landing on top of one another at 50 yards the only deviation was due to my aim and possibly a bit of wind
Hunting wise there fantastic they hold there power over range very well so even on the rifle's max range its still packing enough punch to put the blighter down for good
the only drawback is these pellets… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2006 by gun nut (4 reviews written)
I use these pellets for hunting and they are extremely accurate. A little dirty on the finger's but who cares. They penetrate well and really hit things hard… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2006 by TheRabbitShooter (1 review written)
I use these in my Weihrauch HW98 .177 and they are spectacular. These pellets will go where you want them to. I can knock 12 bore cartridges off a fence at 40 yards with these every time!!
And as for hunting ability, well these have no trouble to take down a big bunny at 35 yards. Just last night i went out and got a bunny, even though it hit him in the back of the neck, the power of the pellet managed to penetrate through into his head, killing him instantly. I paced it out and it… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2006 by jonty bh (3 reviews written)
I can make a hole the size of a 20p coin (6 shots) at 50 yards with a HW95K. I have tried RWS super domes, RWS hollow points, RWS super points, TSB Diabloe Exacts, AGS Tru Hunter, David Nickerson magnum points, Eley Wasps and Logun Penatrators, and Crosman Accupell's are the most accurate, and so they should be at £7 for 500. All I can say is you get what you pay for… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2006 by Steve22calibre (9 reviews written)
They are what the name suggests. Similar to the Air Arms Field in shape, but the Crosman Accupell's are 1.5 grain lighter.
For accuracy and consistency, they work well in any gun. If you want to hit what you're aiming at, these are the ones for you. If you're going to let a lot of lead fly, and if cost is an issue then try the Marksman Pointed. Not quite as accurate (though still good) but less than half the cost.
Can I just take this opportunity to give Milbro TR a pasting. Oversized, poor… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2006 by Bebbo (6 reviews written)
When I purchased a new HW95K, I received these Crosman Accupell pellets with the package. This turned out to be a real stroke of luck as the price may have put me off trying them, otherwise. The consistency is excellent and they pack a real punch.
I was soon hitting 1+ 1/2 inch grouping at 35 yards and have had little difficulty maintaining this level of accuracy. I contribute this in no small way to the Accupels as I have tried several other brands and usually experienced some movement on my… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2006 by E Jackson (11 reviews written)
Using Marksman Pointed pellets, I knew I needed something new and more professional. I switched to Crosman's Accupell after having them recommended by the seller. Despite them costing £5.99, the first results were pleasing. They fitted perfectly in my BSA and travelled a lot faster than my previous ammo, and made bigger holes in the targets.
AccuPell are excellent for both hunting and target shooting, mainly because it's an instant change from Marksman pellets, which were cheap but they were… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2006 by Rich T (3 reviews written)
I tried the Crosman Accupell in an Air Arms S200 with 10 shot mag conversion, I found them to be less accurate than Marksman pellets at almost half the price. They fit very loosely in the magazine compared to other brands used and often jam with the bolt action loading mechanism. However I have used the Crossman Vermin-pell and found these to be ok. I have rated the Accupell quite high for value for money as they are around the same cost as other good quality pellets. However in my opinion… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2006 by Dual Mag Mike (29 reviews written)
The Crosman Accupell is really a great pellet overall and I would recommend. However to point out the bad stuff, they are pre lubed and leave you fingers a mess. This may actually may be a good thing as it will remind you to wash up as you always should when handling lead. They are superb out of my Pro Elte but I do have a bunch out of every tin that do not fit the breach tightly. In fact I am able to turn the gun upside down and give it a tap or 2 and pellet will fall back out where as with… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2006 by pauldr (9 reviews written)
Crosman Accupell is a very reliable pellet that is very accurate and has good stopping power and penetration it can be used at various ranges and for differant type of targets be it live or not. Some people say that they are a bit expensive but you get what you pay for and the quality of these pellets definitely justifies the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2006 by saintlysimon (15 reviews written)
I use Crosman Accupell and Air Arms Field Dome for my S400K and Rapid 7.
They are good quality pellets, if the price is a little high, but you get what you pay for. They are good at knocking over your quarry at what ever range, my PCP is 18 ft/lbs and they match both guns very well offering good levels of accuracy.
Would recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2005 by bchandley (8 reviews written)
After trying many brands of pellet, the Crosman Accupell is the one I always come back to.
The reason is due to the very smooth shape compared to others, where the skirt especially can have irregular and relatively rough grooves cut into them.
The lubricant is also very good as it keeps the barrel cleaner than usual and doesn't cause dieseling.
Accuracy is as good as you are and are very consistent. The only pellets that can match these are Air Arms Diablo Field and the legendary Crosman… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2005 by Simon26 (6 reviews written)
Crosman Accupell .22 are my pellet of choice. These pellets are consistently accurate and being around 14.3 grains, give a slightly straighter flight. The Accupell is a domed pellet and there are no ridges in the skirt, the look is a nice shiny sleek appearance. I'm a big fan of the Webley Lazadome but the Accupell in my opinion are as good if not better due to the grain size. I've seen comments about these pellets being dirty or over-lubed, but I haven't been troubled by this, in my experince… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/11/2005 by stushooter (1 review written)
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 seperately… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 these… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2004 by shanetoon (1 review written)
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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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