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Earn 14 Bullseye Bucks
Item Code: HN-99124500005 [PY-P-1219]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||4.50 mm|
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Things I liked: in my benjamin maximus they give me groups that stay in a 1.25 inch circle at 56 yards.in fact when I got done plinking at this range at hanging beverage cans I shot the pull tabs off.
Things I would have changed: they were not listed in vol 10 catalog
What others should know: they mike consistenty and shoot well in my other air arms.
Things I liked: My Weihrauch .177 caliber guns all like this pellet. I get higher velocity with this 8.5 grain pellet than CPL or AA 7.87 grain, which is a good indication how the barrel power plant like the pellets fit. Very accurate, about 50% of the time it's THE pellet of choice for the gun.
Things I would have changed: Cheaper ................ otherwise nothing.
What others should know: These pellet are harder and foul the barrel faster than JSB's. Must try for Weihrauch .177 caliber owners.........
Things I liked: Accuracy and great ballistic properties. I shot Dime size groups out to 40 yards on a calm day with my Diana 34. When zeroed at 20 yards, I get a trajectory that is flat (within one pellet diameter) from 17 to 37 yards! These are now my go-to pellets. H&N claims a ballistic coefficient of 0.029, which is significantly higher than JSB exacts (0.021). From my shooting experience with JSB and Sniper pellets, this seems to be the case. The higher ballistic coefficient results in a flatter trajectory, resistance to windage, and more FPE on target, compared to pellets of similar weight. The screw on lid to the tin is also nice.
Things I would have changed: A little expensive, but given the performance, still a good deal.
What others should know: I found that seating the pellet just inside the breach of my Diana 34 was necessary to produce the best performance. I use the pellet seater that came with the Air Venturi pellet pen for this purpose. If I didn't seat the pellets in this way, the pellet produced some nasty vertical stringing at 40 yards.
What is the ballistic coefficient for this pellet?
Why aren't these available anymore from PA?
There was a manufacturing problem they had to address.
can these fit in pellet pens