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Crosman 12g Powerlet CO2 cartridges

by Crosman

Price: $3.95 - $65.89
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Crosman 12g Powerlet CO2 cartridges + Crosman Pellgunoil® Air Gun Lubricating Oil (1/4 ounces) + Daisy Outdoor Products 2400 ct BB Bottle (Silver, 4.5 mm)
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  • ASIN: B00TOK49P4
  • Item model number: 822630-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (854 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I pull one from the box, I load it, I shoot, it works.
M. R. Fixit
Plenty of shots from each cartridge and the firing power is great.
Daniel Knoblich
I will be returning to the Crosman cartridges from now on.
Justin H

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By William Doerner on March 10, 2012
Size Name: 15 count Verified Purchase
The product came immediately and was packaged fine but the box top had allowed 1 cartridge to slip out. Thankfully, the tip was not punctured. The price is great!

I have seen mixed reviews on how long a cartridge lasts. I was able to get 225 decent shots out of a Crosman C31. I had read the CO2 was almost out after 9 magazines (~162-180 shots). I find that not to be true and can get a little more out of them. Once the CO2 starts to run low, you will know quickly. Shots start to veer low or off to the sides. The power will run out in less than half a magazine so you don't have to worry about wasting BBs without knowing you are out of CO2.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Adam VanWagner on May 5, 2013
Size Name: 15 count Verified Purchase
Some of the bad review I read stated that all the CO2 leaked out before it could be sealed in the gun. The way to prevent this is to add a drop of Pelgunoil covering the top of the CO2 cartridge where it gets pierced by the pin inside the gun. This will prevent any CO2 from leaking before the seal is made. With that, this CO2 works great. I get about 150-200 shots out of my Smith and Wesson BB gun with each cartridge.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Flmarlinsrule on July 28, 2008
Size Name: 25 count
Crosman IS the best 12 gram co2 you could buy. Period. I use these with my Delta .68 paintball pistol :) :)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T. Lindsey on June 17, 2011
Size Name: 15 count Verified Purchase
I was all out of C02, and couldn't wait to shoot my Crosman 357 again. So, I got a good deal on these, and received in two days. Delivery was prompt and came early in day by UPS. Packaging was great, I have no complaints. I love my Crosman airgun products, they are reliable. Thanks for the awesome price and free delivery Amazon!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By paul2371 on March 30, 2011
Size Name: 25 count Verified Purchase
I dont see why everyone is complaining about the co2s. They are easily identifiable as crosman, un punctured, and work perfectly in my crosman 3576. No problems here.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DanMiller on September 3, 2013
Size Name: 15 count Verified Purchase
Yesterday, 09/02/2013, I was 7 miles out on a bike ride when I realized my back tire was flat. I ride a mountain bike, which has a fatter tire but only has a max 65 psi rate. I decided to just see if I could inflate the tire for a quick fix, and make it home. I had two co2 cartridges on me. 5 second fill of the tire, don't know what the psi it gave me. But, the point of this post is. I made it home, only walked the bike maybe a block.

Now, I ride a mountain bike mostly in city/bike path's. So, I wasn't hustling in rough terrain. But, the point of the matter is. These co2 cartridges gave me a quick fix to a problem and got me home. Cost plus shipping was 15 bucks. I would have spent that much money on a cab home. And I still have 13 of these suckers left.

That makes it a 5 in my book.

For some reason, I can't find these in the local box stores. Part of the reason is local ordinances about these being used in b.b. guns. Local bike shops probably carry them, but they will be more expensive because they are "two finger quote" name brand.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. R. Fixit on July 18, 2011
Size Name: 25 count Verified Purchase
I'm not a co2 canister expert. I pull one from the box, I load it, I shoot, it works. It does it's job quite proficiently, and without fail. They (as a case of 25) work better in some air guns as opposed to others. They work great in my Sig Sauer, and significantly less so in my 1911. I'm not sure why they are compatible and recommended for both. The 1911 loses the charge rapidly and the Sig Sauer holds it for days whether I shoot or not, again I'm not sure why. They provide my family and I with lots of fun via the air guns so in all honesty I have no complaint.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth E. George on September 23, 2013
Size Name: 15 count Verified Purchase
The Crosman name has been around forever but I never used the CO2 12 cylinder until Amazon.com offered to sell them to me as a "package" with my Amazon.com purchase of a Smith & Wesson M&P pellet air pistol. The cartridge's neck apparently is too small for that particular air pistol model. It does not "sit" properly and, in my experience, destroyed the pistol's air seal after one cartridge. Since I had waited over 30 days between firing the pistol, the "return to Amazon.com" had expired. I had to send the pistol for repair to Umarexusa, whose customer service agent advised me that the pistol technically is not under warranty because I had not used the recommended silicon-based seal lubricant called "RWS Chamber lube." The agent added that Crosman cylinders are not recommended in this particular air gun. Directions with the air pistol recommended "Walther CO2 cylinders." Although the directions made no direct recommendation comment, the directions also showed pictures of RWS Match-Grade BBs. Amazon.com's "package deal" delivered "Daisy Premium Grade BB's" and I do not know if Daisy's are as good as RWS Match Grade BB's. Hope so. Ignorance is not bliss. I had used Hoppe's gun oil. Between my mis-use of the Hoppe's and the Crosman, the air seal had disentegrated within three months of pistol purchase.
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