List Price $16.00 Save $2.05 (12%)
Earn 14 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: HN-92315500005 [PY-P-277]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.50 mm|
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Things I liked: Although about the same weight as the JSBs, the skirts are thicker and therefore don't deform when loading. 1" groupings at 33yrds. 400 pellet tins. Tin has a snap on lid that stays put in a range bag when traveling.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I've only shot these at 33yrds., I'm sure the grouping would shrink as the distance decreases. Your experience will vary. After washing, drying, inspecting each pellet, I was pleasantly surprised to find not a single deformed pellet.
Things I liked: great wadcutter for a .22. amazing value. why buy many kinds unless you're hunting. accuracy is good, price is great as you get 400. done deal
Things I would have changed: add another 100
What others should know: H&N make good pellets
Things I liked: Extremely accrete at 10 meters
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I put a red dot on my Crossman 2240 in order to practice in my cellar to get better at my .22 bulls-eye shooting. I found that the round nose and pointed ammo was not as accrete as I am, or at least "I should be" with the pistol. Then I tried these H&N Sport .22 Cal, 13.73 Grains wad cutters and to my Surprise "ALL IN THE BLACK". This was not random - I shot over 500 of each of 6 other brands of Round and Pointed ammo before trying these. I also have no idea why wad cutters would be more accrete than other shapes at 10 meters - But they are - TRY THEM..
would these be any good versus squirrels out of a crosman 1322?