Item Code: HN-92215500003 [PY-P-1103]
|Muzzle Energy||31 ft/lbs|
|Muzzle Velocity||925 fps|
|Energy at 25 yds||21 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 25 yds||758 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 25 yards||67 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
|Energy at 50 yds||15 ft/lbs|
|Velocity at 50 yds||636 fps|
|Energy from the initial value at 50 yards||47 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)|
Things I liked: I've tried the Beeman Devastor. H-N makes this pellet for Beeman. The Terminator shoots even better thru my Hatsan Torpedo Sniper. Groups are tighter and misses are just slightly elevated in straight line.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Not bragging just stating a fact. Just before writing this review I shot the pull tab off an energy drink can from 28 yrds. These are $1.20 a tin less than the Beeman. So I am switching!
Things I liked: This pellet was part of a large purchase (7 different brands/weights) to determine the best fit for my guns (Browning Leverage & Hatsan 95 Vortex in .22). It performed well, although not as accurate as the JSB Match Diablo 16 or 18 grain in my guns. Liked the threaded tin top - wish JSB and Air Arms would go this route
Things I would have changed: Pretty pricey for a 200 count container.
Things I liked: The only hollowpoint pellets I have tried that groups well out of my HW95. 1 out of 4 5 shot groups can stack pellet on pellet at 18 yards. I still haven't run these over the chrony to find the BC but for real world performance they work great, I've put down rats at 8-25 yards with the Terminators. They impart a decent amount of energy on the target, for example, shooting a 6" rat head on with 700fps muzzle velocity, the pellet only traveled 5" down its body. So far I've only experienced high quality H&N consistency from my first tin, if something changes with future tins I will update my review. The weight is perfect for springers at 16gr it won't stress your spring.