Date: 25/5/2024 9:39

PY-P-1624

H&N Baracuda 18, .22 Cal, 18.13 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

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H&N Baracuda 18, .22 Cal, 18.13 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

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The H&N Baracuda 18 was created to fill the need for a pellet that's easy to load securely without jamming, and at 18.13 grains, fit between the weights of other round head pellets in their lineup. Specifically designed for airguns with a minimum of 12 FPE, these pellets excel at both target practice and small-game hunting.

These pellets deliver excellent accuracy and consistency out to at least 50m and work well across a wide variety of air rifles and applications, so buy them today at Pyramyd AIR.



H&N Baracuda 18, .22 Cal, 18.13 Grains, Round Nose, 200ct

  • .22 caliber
  • 18.13 grains
  • Round nose
  • 5.52mm head size
  • 200 count

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Item Code: HN-92135520002 [PY-P-1624]

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Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Projectile Weight18.13gr
Ammo Shape
Ammo Diameter.2175 (5.52mm)
Quantity200
Price per Round$0.040
Ballistic Coefficient0.029 A measure of the potential to retain velocity. Changes as velocity changes. A pellet or bullet with a high BC (a large number) will continue to fly much longer than a pellet or bullet with a low BC.

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Things I liked:

Not made by PA. Made by a Good German company.

Things I would have changed:

Not ordering from PA anymore. Ohio company used to ship from Ohio, now ships from Utah. Over a week ship time. Il go with The Pellet Shop from now on.

What others should know:

PA sure is slippin

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Things I liked:

Solid pellet, they shoot well in every PCP I own. They are my go-to pellet for backyard plinking. They are a great value for the money. Did I mention that they shoot straight at high velocity, a big plus in my book. Seems like ever gun that come out now days is trying to break a speed record. I have found very few dented skirts, and they are really consistent.

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

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I'd recommend giving them a try if what you're shooting is flying straight and you can't tune it out.

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Value Accuracy Consistency

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

What others should know:

Packed well. Shipped promptly. Can't beat the value for the quality of this pellet. Works great in my modified Icon producing around 38fpe at 975fps. Amazing accuracy.

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  • Rich from USA asked:

    What accounts for the large BC difference between H&N Baracuda 18, .22 Cal, 1.175 g, Round Nose, BC=0.029, and JSB Match Diabolo, .22 Cal, 1.175 g, Domed, BC=0.042. Both BCs from PA web pages, 2021-11-23. Has anyone ever compared the two? According to ChairGun v4.3.8, there seems to be little performance difference with MV=210 m/s, ME=25.9J.

    • Wayne from USA asked:

      how would these work in a gammo vipre

      • Paul from USA answered:

        There's no reason why it wouldn't. The Gamo Viper is a smooth bore so how accurate it would be is questionable.

    • TJB from USA asked:

      Has anyone tried these in either the Gamo Swarm Magnum or the Gamo Swarm Maxxim? Any info on velocities? How do they feed through the Mags?

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