Date: 12/2/2016 10:23

H&N Field Target Trophy .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 500ct

H&N Field Target Trophy .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 500ct

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  • Description
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  • Customer reviews
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  • .22 caliber
  • 14.66 grains
  • Round nose
  • 500 pellets



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Item Code: HN-92105530005 [PY-P-31]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Weight14.66gr
Pellet Shape
Head Size5.53 mm
Quantity500

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By fastback89 from USA on 2015-12-27
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Things I liked: One hole groups at 20 yard in my HW97k, love the screw on lid.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Tight fitting in my HW97, which this gun really likes

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By Scott from USA on 2015-11-26
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Things I liked: Outstanding Pellet ; I fire these through my Umarex Octane with excellent results I shoot at a 3/4 inch bull's-eye at 65 yards I use a 3X9X40 AO scope and gun stand. If I don't hit the bull's-eye I am within 3/4 of an inch of it. Pellets are consistent in size and shape very accurate. Good tin and shipped with expert care. What else could a shooter ask for

Things I would have changed: Nothing I believe that says it all

What others should know: I would recommend this pellet to any air gunner regardless of there gun of choice I believe it would preform well an any air gun

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By Jim from USA on 2015-11-17
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Things I liked: Clean; quantity of 500; tin has screw-top lid

Things I would have changed: Let me say, I am a fan of H&N pellets. When I got my Benjamin Steel Eagle in .22 I zeroed in on this brand in my search for a perfect pellet. My first tin shot incredible groups. 12 shot groups consistently averaged about 825 fps with minimal spread and std. dev. I sampled 30 pellets and was surprised the average weight was only 14.5 grs. No problem though because there was less than 0.2 gr deviation in my sample. I was delighted with the speed and groups. Well, I bought two more tins, same head size but different lots than the first. When I shot these, POI changed and the groups opened up. A chrony test with the old and two new tins showed that the new pellets shot more than 20 FPS slower. Extreme spread and std. dev. more than doubled. Both batches tested with same gun on the same day. Sampled weights of the new pellets averaged 15.0 grs., 0.5 grs more than the first batch I bought. And I wasn't surprised that the spread of the pellet weights was double that of the first tin.

What others should know: I know you can expect variations from lot to lot. My biggest complaint is the inconsistency in the pellet weights within the last two tins I purchased. I expect that with a cheaper brand, not H&N. I am back to searching for the perfect pellet.

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  • Bud from USA asked:

    Why are these pellwts so much more expensive then Crosman pellets? I for one will continue to buy the Crosman Premier domed pellets. I am not a target shooter, therefore a minute of a squirrel is sufficient.

    • Jack from USA:

      H&N pellets are higher quality than Crosman meaning they will cost more that might not be true for some guns like my Hatsan 95 loves H&N pellets and hates Crosman pellets

  • GH from USA asked:

    Do these work good in a gamo or gamo bone collector

    • Jerry from USA:

      Yes, they should work fine

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