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H&N Field Target Trophy Power Copper-Plated, .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

H&N Field Target Trophy Power Copper-Plated, .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 14.66 grains
  • Round nose
  • Copper-coated lead
  • 200 pellets


Field Target Trophy Power pellets have a copper coating that helps prevent lead build-up in your airgun's barrel. H&N Sport pellets are known for their consistency and accuracy. Use these for hunting and plinking.

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Item Code: HN-92665500003 [PY-P-976]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight14.66gr
Pellet Shape
Quantity200
Muzzle Energy27 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity902 fps
Energy at 25 yds20 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds778 fps
Energy from the initial value at 25 yards74 % 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 yds676 fps
Energy from the initial value at 50 yards56 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)

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By Robby from USA on 2017-01-14
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Things I liked: Bought these on 12/29/16. Copper plated for greater penetration. Good muzzle energy out of my Hatsan 85 Sniper and Benji NP2. Accuracy after pellets are looked over.

Things I would have changed: As a HUGE H&N fan, I hate to write this but I ran into this same problem with the Baracuda Powers. Out of every six pellets (I shoot 6 shot groups) one must be thrown out. And I don't mean the skirts are just a little off, they're terribly deformed and bent. I haven't ran into this problem with the standard lead FTT. I have had one bad pellet out of a tin of 500 that I just finished off. Skirt was too small and went too far into breech. My 85 and NP2 both shoot them great. I can achieve the same accuracy out of the FTT Powers, but ONLY if I pick out my pellets. Never had this problem with any H&N products before, and we know that the copper should protect and make the the pellets more resistant to deformation, however, I believe the problem may lie in the copper plating process, or they don't scrutinize these the same as the 5.53 lead pellets for whatever reason.

What others should know: If you just start shooting groups with these, you'll be be very disappointed. Pick your pellets and choose only the ones with a good uniform skirt and you should get good results. I'm going to contact H&N and see if they are aware of the problem. If you buy a tin of 200, you'll probably get 150-170 good pellets.

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By Bill from USA on 2016-11-12
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Things I liked: I like that they have a copper coating which helps prevent lead fouling

Things I would have changed: the cost of course...lol

What others should know: Try them and I'm sure you will like them

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By joseph from USA on 2016-06-01
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Things I liked: Very uniform and clean pellet. Great groups out of my Hatsan Sniper 150.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: This pellet is a keeper. I will order more.

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  • David M. from USA asked:

    What's the headsize? 5.53, 5.54 or 5.55?

    • Cory from USA:

      There is not a standard listed head size on these pellets, they will not be a oversized head size.

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