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PY-P-1544

H&N Slug HP, .217 Cal., 21 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct

4.5 (13 reviews)
H&N Slug HP, .217 Cal., 21 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct

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  • .217 caliber
  • 21 grains
  • 200 pellets

Always be mindful of what is beyond and around your target.  Because of their high BC, slugs will carry more energy further downrange than pellets.  Make sure that your shooting area is safe and that you have a sufficient backstop in place when shooting these projectiles.



Famed German ammo manufacturer H&N has a long standing history of making some of the best airgun ammo on the market.  Their vast lineup of pellets includes multiple styles, weights, shapes and calibers that can be used for everything from Olympic target shooting to hunting.  It should come as no surprise that they are at the forefront of development on mass produced slugs, with the introduction of their HP (High Performance) Slugs!  

Available in a wide variety of weights HP Slugs answer the call from shooters looking to increase their shooting range without sacrificing lethality and accuracy.  The hollowpoint design ensures good expansion on target and the higher ballistic coefficient means more velocity and energy retention downrange.  This combination allows shooters to push their airguns to distances previously thought to be unattainable by small-bore airguns.  


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Item Code: HN-96355102101C [PY-P-1544]

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Specs

Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypeSlugs
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight21.0gr
Ammo Shape
Head Size5.51 mm
Length6.70 mm
Quantity200
Ballistic Coefficient0.091 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.
Muzzle Energy27 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity771 fps
Energy at 25 yds25 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds745 fps
Energy at 50 yds24 ft/lbs
Velocity at 50 yds719 fps

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Things I liked:

These turned out to be very accurate in my 34fpe Daystate MCT. I have a group shot at 100 yds where 4 of 5 shoots were under 1/2 inch. One pulled shot opened up the group to 1 inch. These consistently shoot 1.5 inches or less at 100 yds.

Things I would have changed:

Cheaper would be better

What others should know:

When you open the tin they don't have the nice shiny, polished look of some of the other slugs, but if your rifle likes them you should be very happy with the results

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Things I liked:

Good uniformity, great when it actually shot from my Dreamline .22

Things I would have changed:

Too short and soft for the Dreamline and it's magazine

What others should know:

If you have an FX, these *will* jam in the breech. I think they're to short and have a chance to get a little sideways and require *way* too much pressure to seat and fire. BUT. They are accurate, even when jammed in to the breech, slightly better than the FX Hybrids which don't jam.

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Things I liked:

accurate slug

Things I would have changed:

widen the base so it wont slide thru the sumatra mags

What others should know:

For me personally, the 21 grains shoots best, but that's my opinion based on shooting them out of my FX Crown, avenger, sumatra, and Neutron star. Good knock down power, and pass through.

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  • Brian from USA asked:

    Im new to pcp stuff. The 217 & 218 caliber confuses me the pic of tin shows .22 cal .? What is the 217 & 218 mean then.

    • Marcus from USA asked:

      Everybody talks about using these slugs in "high power" PCP rifles. Could someone please define "high power"? I just bought a Diana Stormrider that claims 950 fps. Does that qualify?

      • Val from USA answered:

        not really, slugs like a specific barrel twist rate with the high power, and high power for .22 would be 30 ft/lbs+...

    • shawn from USA asked:

      Are these too hard to be shot thru a flashpup barrel?

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