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List Price $11.00 Save $1.51 (13%)
Item Code: HN-92285530003 [PY-P-883]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Head Size||5.53 mm|
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Things I liked: They came free with the rifle.
Things I would have changed: They do not load or cycle in my Diana Stormrider so will collect dust on my pellet shelf. I had to use the single shot tray and even then they were "crunchy" to push into the chamber. 7 shot string was .984 @ 25 yards. Will not qualify even as a plinker.
Things I liked: They perform good and would be a good hunting pellet for short range.
Things I would have changed: Need to be lighter for the cheaper entry pcp air guns. So your FPS will not drop to low.
What others should know: These would be good pellets for more powerful pcp guns.
Things I liked: As usual these H&N pellets are great.
Things I would have changed: A cheaper price would be nice, but I guess get what you pay for and these are good.
What others should know: Very accurate in my Marauder but too heavy for my springers.
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I just noticed the 52 to 55 head size i have bought all dif pellets and now i wonder wat the diff is and and never hird any discushion about it
Airgun barrels do vary in the bore diameter. The 4.52-4.55 are differing diameters (they vary by .01 of a MM). A airgun may shoot a particular diameter pellet better than the others. It is a trial by error process.
What size pellet fits best in a Benjamin prowler 5.52? 5.53? 5.51? 5.55
That's going to vary from gun to gun
My current tin of Baracuda Match is the same as shown here with the exception that my current tin says 1.37g and 25j. What are these differences?
1.37 gram is 21.14 grains. Markings on tin for European market.
This is probably a typo on the tin. The only way to see what the difference is, if any is present, would be to chronograph the pellets out of your air gun.