Powershot ammunition from Crosman is a great alternative to traditional lead pellets. The outstanding ballistic properties enhance long-range shooting for hunters, target and recreational shooters. These belted, pointed pellets hold their shape on impact for better penetration.
At 5.4 grains, the Fast Flight Penetrators deliver screaming velocities and maximum penetration.
- Technical Specs
SKU LF1754 Count No Caliber .177 Shape Lead Free Pointed Polymer Belted Grain Weight 5.40 Material No
.177 Fast Flight Penetrators 5.4gr Lead Free Pellets (150ct) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.Rated 5 out of 5 by Shadow from Deadly! For Varmints and Snakes These are my long range go to ammo. Although light, the accuracy from my Benjamin Trail Pistol is a 50 cent piece at 40 yards (modified and using a point site). Odd shaped ammo that actually has outstanding accuracy. Has a double impact on varmints . The plastic cone basically surrounds a small pointed slug (not lead). On impact...the "shell" releases the slug, but delivers a shocking hit. The small slug continues to penetrate. My experience has been that the "slug" travels through and exits the body (squirrels). Wish they would make a .22 caliber of this!Date published: 2018-10-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Scratchy in Cowtown from Excellent non-lead pellets These are by far my favorite pellet. They are a one-shot kill on squirrels and the non-lead construction makes them safe to feed to my red-tailed hawk with the messy business of removing the lead pellet. The accuracy is impeccable and sometimes I can actually see the orange flight through my scope. Bravo.Date published: 2018-10-16Rated 5 out of 5 by Marco 1 from crosman Powershot This is the best precision and penetrate pellet. Thank you .Date published: 2018-09-17Rated 5 out of 5 by birdmove from Fast Flight pellets Yesterday I tried these in my Crosman Model 760. The 760, I should mention, is a smooth bore, so not a long range air gun. I stick to about 7 yards, but it would be okay to maybe 10. I have a 4 power AO scope on it and a TKO muzzle brake, as I use it for night ratting where the rats go into our chicken coop. I have settled on 8 pumps as my best compromise for power, noise, accuracy, and pumpability. I was surprised at a couple things with these Fast Flight pellets. First, the accuracy. Many reviewers talk about how rotten the accuracy is with non-lead pellets. These showed me some promise in that area. Looks good enough for 7 yard rat head shots. Next, I was very surprised that they shot to just about the same impact point as various RWS pellets I use . These are 5.4 grain, and the RWS vary from about 7.0 to 8.2 grains. I may be able to use these without changing my scope settings. They were not any louder than the RWS lead pellets I have been using (RWS Supermags, Hobby's, Meisterkugelns, and Basics). Penetration seemed awesome, easily going through both sides of a heavy tin can, whereas the RWS Supermags just go through the first side of the can. Docked it a star for the high cost, and the accuracy seemed to fall off a bit after 20-30 shots. Still, well worth a try, and non-lead are safer to the environment, though I don't know where the plastic sleeves went. They might be bad for environmental reasons. --follow up-- Tried these in my Crosman 1377 carbine. It's a 1377 pistol with a steel breech I installed so I could mount a rifle scope solidly. Then I installed the Crosman skeleton stock. Barrel is stock. Makes a nice, handy little rifle carbine. With 8 pumps it doesn't go fast enough in the 1377 to make a loud crack. Accuracy is good enough to use at 7 yards for my night ratting gun. Excellant penetratiuon too. In this gun some of my wad cutters in lead won't even penetrate one side of a stout tin can, instead leaving a large dent. These Fast Flights easily go through both sides of the same can. I'll be trying these pellets in this gun to bag some rats very soon. Today, 8/15/2019, I worked some more with these pellets in my CRosman 1377 carvine mentioned above. I like to mix up some target shooting with some tin can shooting. I draw small bulls on the cans with magic markers. This can is corrugated, and pretty heavy duty. I was fine tuning my scope settings, and took a shot at the bull on the can. Nice center hit, which also exited the far side too. But, on looking more closely, I saw that the can top was still attached and folded over inside the can. That pellet had entered the front side of the can, then hit the l\folded over lid at an angle, went through the lid, and then exited through the back side of that can! I've had shots like this before but never had a pellet go through all three parts of the can. Often they will go through the front, but not make it through the folded lid. I've had quite a few go through the front and the lid, and then leave a small dent on the back side. But, this is the first time I've had a pellet penetrate through all three. Tha's using 8 pumps and a stock 10.5" barrel. These things have some serious penetration, and, in this airgun, decent short range accuracy too.Date published: 2019-08-16
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