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Earn 10 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: HN-92185000003 [PY-P-17]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|
|Muzzle Velocity||781 fps|
|Energy at 25 yds||14 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 25 yds||689 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 25 yards||78 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
|Energy at 50 yds||11 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 50 yds||614 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 50 yards||62 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
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Things I liked: good pellet
Things I would have changed: none
What others should know: none
Things I liked: These pellets really engage the rifling. Front and back of pellet. They are for an R9, and I find them the most accurate and hard hitting.
Things I would have changed: Of course these are H&N, so they are pricey. So maybe 300 for the same price? I honestly have had good results with JSB in other calibers, and their .20 is a better deal, so maybe I try them. Otherwise, the Baracudas are highly reliable.
What others should know: Comparing these to Gamo pellets is a great contrast. I think Gamo has some decent deals with their rifles, but if they do not clear up there quality control on pellets, they should stop making them. Whereas the Baracudas make full use of the rifling, the Gamo Pro Magnums do not. Short skirts send the Pro Mags all over the place. Was excited about the Pro Mags and gave good review, since they are like lead Raptors, but later had to amend it because of the too frequent wild shots. The econo Excite line is better than Gamo pellets! Excite Hammers rock! These Baracudas do well in my R9 with a peep sight: tight groups and crushing power that shoots through thick soup cans. One shot one kill on the pests I hunt.
Things I liked: Uniform, good looking pellet. Ten shots at 20 yards; 3 shots touching in the "10" ring, 4 shots in the "9" ring with 1 pair high touching, 1 pair low center-left cutting "8" ring line touching. Last 3 shots spread low center-left in "7/6" ring. While a overall 2+ inch group, some acceptable grouping seen. Not the pattern I expect in a go to pellet.
Things I would have changed: All pellets should have 500 count tin an option.
What others should know: Shots taken slowly from bench rest.