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PY-P-977

H&N Field Target Trophy Green, .22 Cal, 9.56 Grains, Domed, Lead Free, 200ct

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H&N Field Target Trophy Green, .22 Cal, 9.56 Grains, Domed, Lead Free, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 9.56 grains
  • Domed
  • Lead-free
  • 200 pellets
  • Recommended specifically for use in PCP airguns. Can also be used in CO2 and Multi-Pump airguns.


Although these are lead-free pellets, the tape that goes around the tin has warnings about the hazards of lead exposure. Be assured that the contents of the tin are, indeed, lead-free. This is just the standard tape H&N uses on all its pellet tins.

Don't want lead pellets and shrapnel scattered around your house? Try these H&N Sport Field Target Trophy Green pellets. They're lead-free but made to the same high quality standards as other H&N ammo.




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Specs

Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight9.56gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity200
Muzzle Energy26 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity1076 fps
Energy at 25 yds13 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds781 fps
Energy from the initial value at 25 yards53 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)
Energy at 50 yds9 ft/lbs
Velocity at 50 yds627 fps
Energy from the initial value at 50 yards34 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)

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Things I liked:

Nice clean pellet. Shot it out of my Benjiman Trail NpXl1100. It chronograph out at 1046fps on an average for 10 shots. It is not the most accurate in my gun. To fast actually. It was the most consistent with a standred deviation of 2

Things I would have changed:

Nothing

What others should know:

Nice clean pellet but maybe to fast for best accuracy in a magnum .22 break barrel air rifle.

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Things I liked:

Increased FPS to flatten a trajectory. Good flight and consistent groups.

Things I would have changed:

The composition is hard. Makes chambering difficult.

What others should know:

The O.D. might work well in your breech, just tight in my HW barrel.

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Things I liked:

clean ammo ,well uniformed shoots really well with my gamo swarm maxxim and 2240XL+Tko @20 yards. excited to try these in my gamo swarm magnum g2 will give a better update when i purchase a chorno

Things I would have changed:

500tin

What others should know:

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  • Jeremy from USA asked:

    I know these are fine for small pests, but are these going to do the job shooting woodchucks through a Swarm Maxxim at about 20-30 yards?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      They are probably to light to be effective. You need mass. A 14 or 18 gr pellet will be more effective.

  • Rick from USA asked:

    Has anyone shot these through the Gamo Swarm Maxxim? YouTube has the velocity at 910fps. Is this too fast for the pellet to be accurate?

    • Gary from USA answered:

      Generally speaking, the faster the pellet, the higher the accuracy potential. Time of flight is reduced, and that means external forces (like wind) have less time to act upon the projectile's.flight path. Conventional wisdom says a heavier pellet will be affected less by factors like wind, so it is more accurate in a breeze. It sounds right, but it is not. Because it is heavier, it is slower, and because of that, its time of flight is longer. More time in the air equals more time to be acted upon by external forces. 910 FPS will account for a short time of flight with great accuracy potential. A headshot or a heart/lung shot will easily take out a woodchuck, raccoon, rabbit, or squirrel. You might be ready to respond with something like this: "But what about foot-pounds of energy at the target?" The lighter pellet impacts at a much higher velocity than the heavier one. The only way the heavier pellet will deliver more energy to the target than the lighter pellet is if both pellets were traveling at the same speed. But that isn't the case. The lighter pellet is moving at a much higher velocity than the heavier projectile and as a result, will have more energy to shed in the target.

    • Jeremy from USA answered:

      I've shot almost a full tin through a Swarm Maxxim and they're very accurate.

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