H&N Baracuda Hunter, .25 Cal, 27.47 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct

H&N Baracuda Hunter, .25 Cal, 27.47 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct

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  • .25 caliber
  • 27.47 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 200 pellets

H&N Baracuda Hunter pellets are quite heavy and will expand and create a large wound channel when used for hunting. Baracudas have a reputation as being quite accurate. So, if you hunt and like hitting your prey with the first shot, then Baracuda Hunters should be in your pellet locker.


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Item Code: HN-92176350003 [PY-P-1105]

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight27.47gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity200
Muzzle Energy26 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity650 fps
Energy at 25 yds21 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds577 fps
Energy from the initial value at 25 yards79 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)
Energy at 50 yds15 ft/lbs
Velocity at 50 yds509 fps
Energy from the initial value at 50 yards61 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)

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By John from USA on 2015-07-25
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Things I liked: Accuracy highest of all hollow points I've tried. Took a turkey with them at 45yds no problem one shot was enough to do the job. The just blow the squirrels right out of the trees.

Things I would have changed: Nothing H&N did a great job with these pellets.

What others should know: If you have pest, varmint problems or just need a good hunting pellet here you go. Give them a try.

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By Vernon from USA on 2015-07-23
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Things I liked: There is no substitute for quality, so whether I use my four Beeman German made air rifles/pistol, [.177 & .22} or my Benjamin NP XL [.177] or one of the three Hatsan 125s [.22 & .25], I have discovered that I don't need to search all over the spectrum for the best pellets for each airgun. I started off using H&N pellets and have been 100% satisfied with the quality, the coating, and the consistency of any H&N pellet type I use.

Things I would have changed: Nothing at all. even the tins are great. Being able to unscrew the lid and sit the can inside of the lid while using the pellets is a real plus. In addition, being able to stack my pellets [by caliber and weight and type] because of a little rim on the bottom of each can and a similar groove on the lids reall keeps my airgun case as tidy as possible.

What others should know: As I have already said in the the "Things I like" section, "There is no substitute for quality, so buy H&N first before you spend MORE money on other brands and are disappointed. H&N keep my fingers clean while shooting and are consistently accurate. I do use a pellet seat to ensure the skirts are pushed below the breech seal.

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By Greg from USA on 2015-07-04
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Things I liked: Hard hitting and think squirrel season should be more enjoyable this year.

Things I would have changed: Add more in the tin

What others should know: Shoots well through a smooth twist barrel, my Bobcat loved them. My marauder did not.

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  • James from USA asked:

    When oiling pellets for a PCP what type of oil is used and is it readily available?

    • Erika from USA:

      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.

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