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Earn 15 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: HN-92105540005 [PY-P-912]
|Head Size||5.54 mm|
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Things I liked: The big tins. I hate buying pellets that have 150-200 pellets because they just seem to go so fast, especially if you like them! These come in big 500 count tins and last a good while. Price is on point with other premium/ top shelf pellets, and I personally like H&N better than JSB, there seem to be less defects in the big tins like this when you compare the two companies counterpart ammos. These FTT 5.54's are no different. Virtually no production seams on them, and way less dust than most of what's out on the market.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. This is an outstanding product. Domes shoot well over long distances and this pellet is hitting right where I want going through a Trail NP2 with a Hawke Vantage 3-9x40 AO (14123 Hawke part #) all the way out to 70 yards. I'm planning to shoot a little past 100 (110-120) in the future I just need more room than what I have on my property. As of rich now I've seen nothing that makes me doubt they would be accurate at that range as well. I don't think I would attempt hunting from those distances but I just want to see how far I can push it out there hitting paper, cans, and 20oz bottle caps!
What others should know: If you are having trouble getting a Benjamin Trail NP2 .22 to settle down in accuracy give these a try. I tried a lot of pellets- countless JSB, Crosman, H&N, Sig, Gamo, predator, etc. Seriously, I have spent more money on pellets than the rifle itself, and the 3 pellets I'd recommend for this one are: 1) FTT 5.54's 2) Crosman Piranhas 3) Crow Magnums The H&N Sniper lights are OK as well but tend to stray to the right out past 40 yards. Originally thought it was just a mild wind pushing them off but the FTT's were still going where I told them lol. Overall this is a great dome to shoot from any gun in .22 I would think. I would highly recommend to any one, but especially to those Trail NP2 owners.
Things I liked: Nice screw top lid and pellets look pretty good. Really wanted to try these out. Will have to try some 5.52s next maybe?
Things I would have changed: Just wish the 5.55s would have fit my .22 Talon SS
What others should know: Just a warning that this size probably won't fit in the AirForce Airguns.
Things I liked: These shoot relatively well out of my TF97. Clean pellets and now the tin is a screw-lid design!! Kudos
Things I would have changed: The weight of the pellets is not consistent at all. I weighed them from 14.6 grains to 15.4 grains. Makes for random flyers and not a good thing went hunting small game as the target is not dispatched properly.
Whats'the difference between a 5.55 headsize to the 5.00 headsize?does it differ in length? or the pellets' stability in its' flightpath?
It is the diameter of the head of the pellet. Some barrels require a larger diameter for best accuracy, "Crosman".