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Item Code: HN-92176350003 [PY-P-1105]
|Muzzle Energy||26 ft/lbs|
|Muzzle Velocity||650 fps|
|Energy at 25 yds||21 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 25 yds||577 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 25 yards||79 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
|Energy at 50 yds||15 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 50 yds||509 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 50 yards||61 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
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Things I liked: accurate great expantion
Things I would have changed: more per tin
What others should know: they put a wallop on small to medium game
Things I liked: The Cuda Hunters are my absolute favorite pellet. I am not dedicated to bench shooting, although I do enjoy a little bit of that and these pellets group very well. My main reason for loving them is the smack they deliver on pests. They are very accurate in all my airguns and they make a supreme delivery at the end of the trajectory. I also really like the cans (tins for you Brit-like shooters). The threaded tops don't come off while being carried. JSB, are you reading this?
Things I would have changed: Put foam discs in the cans like JSB does. It reduces the little flats and dents on the pellets, especially when carrying the can in a pocket.
What others should know: Gitcha some and let the varmints know who's in charge.
Things I liked: Very uniform shape. Fits well in my Benji XL725. Very accurate and hard hitting. Chrony at 758fps avg.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: H-N pellets shoot great out of all my air rifles. Try some you will like
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When oiling pellets for a PCP what type of oil is used and is it readily available?
According to Tom Gaylord: Whiscombe Honey is a mixture of two-thirds Hoppes Gun Oil (not Number 9 bore cleaner!) and one-third STP Engine Treatment, by volume. Shake the mixture until is takes on a light yellow color. It will look like thin honey, hence the name. This mixture should not detonate easily in a spring gun.