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Average Customer Review4.5 (29 reviews)
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Things I liked:Accurate and fast. Decent penetrators, check those backstops!
Things I would have changed:At almost 11 cents a round, they are not cheap, almost as much as 22LR (But Worth Every Penny).
What others should know:Run through a Stoeger X10 and Benji Trail NP
Things I liked:These pellets were clean, undamaged and very consistent in head diameter, skirt diameter, skirt length and weight. The tins have screw-on tops and are designed for stacking.
Things I would have changed:These pellets are available in both 12.65 and 12.5 grains. My last order was filled with the 12.5 grain which did affect accuracy. Pyramyd Air should list these pellets as two different items according to their weight. Thanks
What others should know:Concerning the price, tin is a commodity and its' value has been rising for more than a year. Its listed as 1 of the 5 metals most likely to disappear by 2055. Its Hard to believe but more than 600,000,000 lbs are mined each year and that is why we are paying "through the nose" as they say. The following test results are based on a group of 12 shots using my Air Arms TX200 MkIII. Numbers have been rounded and the average is based on the sum of the velocity of the total number of shots. Test No.:122714-BG, Location: Indoor, Temperature: 73, Humidity: 26%, Elevation: 148ft, Ballistic Coefficient: 0.0265, Head Diameter: 5.5, Skirt Diameter: 5.75, Pellet Length: 8.38, High Velocity (fps): 879, Low Velocity (fps): 869, *Average Velocity (fps): 874, Extreme Spread (fps): 10, Average Deviation (fps): 3, Standard Deviation (fps): 3, High Energy (ft-lbs): 22, Low Energy (ft-lbs): 21. I sighted in at 20yds using the NRA A-36 rifle target and all shots (24) were 10.
Things I liked:Very accurate in my Benjamin Varmint NP
Things I would have changed:Not good for hunting squirrels. Crosman premier lead 14.3 grain kills them with one shot. These never do. Maybe not a fair comparison (heavy lead hollow point compared to light domed lead-free), but I would not recommend these for hunting.
What others should know:Seem to be very nice, consistent quality for target shooting.
Compatible with H&N Baracuda Green .22 Cal, 12.65 Grains, Domed, Lead-Free, 200ct
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