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H&N says these are suitable for CO2 pistols and a range up to 30 yards.
Item Code: HN-92424500003 [PY-P-1104]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Muzzle Energy||11 ft/lbs|
|Muzzle Velocity||705 fps|
|Energy at 25 yds||7 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 25 yds||568 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 25 yards||65 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
|Energy at 50 yds||4 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 50 yds||459 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 50 yards||42 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
Things I liked: Things I like about this pellet are absolutely "NOTHING" These pellets are a burn to the consumer. They charge high dollar for these pellets, and what do you get???? whew!!! a pellet that can only be used to look at, cause they really ain't worth a dam to shoot with.
Things I would have changed: Manufacture of these pellets should go back to the drawing board. The primary concept for these pellets are suppose to be accuracy which these are far from. For the price I paid I expected superior performance which I did not get. Picture this, you use a dot as your target point, you fire the first shot, and it hits an inch left, and above the target, then you fire another shot, and it hits to the right, an inch below the target, and you fire another, and another, and another, then you realize theres no hope of hitting where you aim, and all this is done at a measly 25 yards. Then you go back to the pellets you normally use, and every shot is dead center on a dime as usual. Kind of funny huh!!! Not so funny when putting $20.00 plus down for a pellet that does not hit where you aim.
What others should know: If people are considering these pellets all I can say is if you must, only purchase one can to try, this way you will only be out the price for one can. I find it hard to believe these pellets perform the way they do, all I can say is WOW LAU LAU, TOTALLY LAME. Hey PyramydAir!!! I was wondering did you guys try these pellets. I never write reviews but felt I'd better. I'd sure hate to see people put down that much cash just to find out the reality of what these pellets really are. A total burn. I had high expectations for these pellets when I first saw them advertised in the pyramydair catalog, and now I'm very disappointed with these pellets to say the least. Total let down. I guess the bottom line again is live and learn.
Things I liked: Who doesn't like an accurate metal tipped pellet? SQUIRRELS!!! Very Accurate for a .177 set up to shoot 9 grain pellets. Tip is needle sharp.
Things I would have changed: THE PRICE! .22 rimfires are cheaper to shoot!
What others should know: These are basically the same as the polymag's metalmag but .3 grains lighter. I bought them for the weight and will buy them again.
Things I liked: These are a very accurate, and hard hitting round.
Things I would have changed: The Price for these is astronomical, C'mon H&N, Your known for producing Great ammo at a reasonable price.
What others should know: These pellets are good, but if you want the same performance, at a more reasonable price, then you should get yourself some Skenco Metal-Tipped "Ultra-Mags",Don't Get Mis-Lead. Cheer's, Andy.