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Average Customer Review4.5 (101 reviews)
Things I liked:Very accurate out of my RWS 48. Chrony speed 670 fps. Carries a lot of energy downrange. The Chairgun ballistic calculator program is very useful in dialing in your point of aim with these pellets because of their weight. In my case, they drop fairly quickly after 50 yards. Still very accurate once you know how much hold over you need.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:These pellets are great for hunting because of their accuracy and retained energy at longer distances. I have found they tend to over-penetrate at closer ranges, at least on squirrels. I use the Barracuda hunter or hunter extreme at closer distances.
Things I liked:I have two .22 p-rods and the is the best grouping pellet out of any I have tested. I did a dairy shoot last weekend and took several pigeons up to 80 yds.
Things I liked:Not much anymore. And I'm very, very sad to say that.
Things I would have changed:These pellets used to be the best on the market. Not anymore. I got five tins of these and only one was good. They need to do a better job at their manufacturing and sorting of their pellets. The head sizes are supposed to be a little bit bigger than the regular Baracudas, but they are not. I had a lot of them with a head size much smaller than what they are supposed to be and it causes them to drop about 10 inches low at 50 yards, yes 10 INCHES! These pellets are supposed to be more precise than the regular Baracudas but I have not found that to be true at all, and I've gone through a lot of all three kinds of the supposed "match" ones and the regular Baracudas are much more uniform in size and shape. I have had a lot of bad pellets from H&N lately, of the whole barracuda line. Including the Hunters and the Hunter Extreme. Even the Beeman Kodiak's are giving me a hard time now. Of those, I have had two bad tins out of about 8 that I've bought. What happened to this company?
What others should know:I don't know what to say except, test them out as soon as you get them, so you can return them if they are bad. I like to stockpile pellets in case of a catastrophic event, so the 30 days to return them is up by the time I get to try those pellets that I have bought. Also, have a micrometer close by so you can see just how bad the size difference is before you go through 150 pellets trying to fingered out if the accuracy issue is you, your gun, or the pellets. In almost all of my cases with that issue, it turned out to be bad tins of pellets.
Compatible with H&N Baracuda Match .22 Cal, 21.14 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct
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