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H&N Excite Spike Pellets, .22 Cal, 15.74 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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H&N Excite Spike Pellets, .22 Cal, 15.74 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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H&N recommends these Excite pellets for distances up to 30 yards. Use for casual plinking.

  • .22 caliber
  • 15.74 grains
  • Pointed
  • 200 pellets

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Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Weight15.74gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity200
Price per Round$0.030

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Things I liked:

These were good quality only had one or two deformations otherwise very happy

Things I would have changed:

Possibly take a look at the packaging

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I I will be buying more I like the way they performed

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Things I liked:

accurate, price point, very accurate in virtually all of my break barrels very glad to have found these

Things I would have changed:

zero, always complaints about tins without screw on top, no big deal just transfer to empty screw on tin from another, im sure we all have empty tins for this-- no problem, just put on tape and write whats inside, i do it all the time

What others should know:

.22 octane, np2, valiant, npxl, diamondback, hatsan 1000, gamo whisper-- dont know guys, shot pellet guns for 47 yrs and have dozens and dozens of varying pellet types and these are such a great performing pellet in so many different rifles for such a great price, if had to pick one pellet for all my shooting, you guessed it--this one, it is an equal to the h and n baracuda in my opinion yet in lower powered breakers like the np2 along with the price it comes out on top. by the way my third choice would be polys that is how good these are. so you know i only shoot at 23 yds since that is all i have in backyard, so at longer ranges i dont know but pretty sure they would be good to at least 35 yds in appx.750 fps guns enough blabbering--- good shooting fellow air gunners and remember family is the most important thing on this earth-- for all of us...

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Things I liked:

Using a regulated PCP turn down low these are excellent for up to 30 yards but the energy will be quite minimal at that range and I recommend not going the past 20 or 25 yards so if you're shooting birds out of the tree in the backyard they're great but if you have a raccoon you need a lot more power and the weight is insufficient for that kind of kill. I can shoot rats in the barn and not worry about the cows with the power down low and my LDC on the thrac of hitting a rat makes more noise than the clank of the hammer hitting the valve.

Things I would have changed:

These are basically darts and you really can't do much except keep them down around 850 ft per second so get a chronograph

What others should know:

Get some cleaning pellets. Put some hops or rim oil on the first one but not real wet. Loaded up in the break followed by three or four dry ones and shoot it into a bucket of rags. Look at the cleanest ones and put two or three of the cleanest ones down the barrel one more time and then shoot 10 shots of whatever ammo that you're testing. This way your seasoning the barrel for this particular ammo by removing any effects done by any other ammo. If you're going to tune to shoot 16 grain pellets or larger you must reduce the power otherwise you won't get no accuracy because these will tumble madly out of control because of the high muzzle velocity 800 to 875 is just fine

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  • Thomas from USA asked:

    Can this be used in a beeman rifle

    • Erika from USA answered:

      Yes, it can

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