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H&N Field Target Trophy, .177 Cal, 8.64 Grains, Domed, 500ct

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H&N Field Target Trophy, .177 Cal, 8.64 Grains, Domed, 500ct

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  • .177 caliber
  • 8.64 grains
  • Domed
  • 500 pellets

H&N Sport makes some of the highest-quality pellets, and their Field Target Trophy ammo is no exception. This pellet will perform well whether you shoot field target, hunt or plink.


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Item Code: HN-92104510005 [PY-P-975]

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Specs

Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight8.64gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size4.51 mm
Quantity500

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Things I liked:

The screw-top tins. Come on, JSB, AA and FX, get with the program.

Things I would have changed:

Way bigger than advertised.

What others should know:

This is the third time I put other pellets into my cart and they turn into FTTs without me noticing. 8 or 9 years ago that wouldn't have been a problem, but currently all Field Target Trophy pellets in .177 have a head size of 4.54. No matter what head size is specified or marked on the tin, they are 4.54 (at least in the 3 tins I have purchased that are marked 4.51mm), which is way too big for any guns I currently shoot. If I ever decide to cast my own slugs, I guess I have 1,500 unusable pellets to melt down. So always double check your cart before paying, and don't expect FTT pellets to be any head size other than 4.54mm.

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Things I liked:

I have a Crosman F4 NP that does relatively well shooting the Crosman Premier 7.9 HP's, but I was tired of every 5th shot being a drastic flyer (I noticed that pellets that fit looser in the barrel tended to lose accuracy. I tried a tin of these H&N FTT's and these are definitely the pellet for my air rifle. At 27 yards with zero wind, groups are nickle-sized at most. Pellet-to-pellet consistency out of the tin is outstanding for the most part, and they all seem to fit perfectly in my barrel. These pellets weigh slightly more than the HP's and they have an excellent BC, which is exactly what I was looking for to retain energy downrange between 25 and 50 yards for my needs. I am very happy with their performance.

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

What others should know:

Don't be afraid to stock up on multiple tins at the same time to keep consistency between lots.

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Things I liked:

These H&N Field Target Trophy Pellets fly nice and true! So true, that I happened to be shooting two inch groupings at a distance of 47 feet when using my CX-4 Storm Pellet Rifle. Id also like to add that the majority of these pellets were in fantastic condition on inspection, I only counted around 4 malformed pellets out of a 500count tin. Youre sure getting your bucks worth by purchasing these H&N Field Target Trophy Pellets!

Things I would have changed:

Nothing...

What others should know:

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  • Joe41ms14 from USA asked:

    Does anyone know what the BC is on these? I find it hard to believe the BC is as low as .012 as advertised on the H&N site : http://ballistics.hn-sport.de/#find/pellet/target/7/distance/2/caliber/2/power/81/unit/2. They advertise their Field Target Trophy Greens which are half the weight but same domed shape as having a BC of .018. Something seems off to me, .012 seems low for these. Anyway, I'm using a Crosman 766 Phase 1 w/new seals. Gets 680 fps with JSB Exact Express which I know has a BC of .021. Wanted to see if these FTTs would work well but the BC threw me off.

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