Date: 7/12/2016 15:49
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Customer Reviews by Jeff from USA

Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Domed, 300ct

Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Domed, 300ct
Review entered on 2013-05-11 09:26:13

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By Jeff from USA on 2013-05-11
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Things I liked: Very accurate from my Benjamin Marauder. Each pellet is consistent in size and shape and are smooth with no ridges. Clean pellet that is not over coated with lubricant.

Things I would have changed: Sell them in tins of 500 ( if you do want 500 in a tin buy them under the H&N name).

H&N Field Target Trophy .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 500ct

Haendler & Natermann H&N Field Target Trophy .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 500ct
Review entered on 2016-07-25 08:18:31

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By Jeff from USA on 2016-07-25
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Things I liked: These are always one of my go to pellets when testing for accuracy; they are consistently smooth, clean, and well formed. The hardness for the pellets is between the JSB's and the Crossman Premiers, being a good mix of both. They usually do well in most spring rifles, but there are no guarantees in airgunning. When looking at value, they are more expensive than Premiers, but less expensive than JSB's or RWS (in .22 cal.).

Things I would have changed: Not a thing, as long as H&N make these and they are accurate from my guns I will shoot them and anything I shoot them at is in trouble.

What others should know: These pellets (as well as every pellet on the market) vary in weight and head size. Even though the factory tries to sort by head size they will vary, if you want perfectly sorted pellets then buy match quality pellets (expensive) or buy a gauge and scale and sort them yourself. I do not always get the most consistent chronograph results from these pellets, but they always deliver good to excellent accuracy.

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