Earn 9 Bullseye Bucks
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: FYI - I'm using an Air Arms S500 set for about 20 ft pounds since I shoot matches. I get velocities ( measured) at 700 ft/sec. For 40 shots std deviation is 2.9 and extreme spread of 11. I am liking these numbers. The pellets come out of the tin very clean and shoot very uniformly.
Things I would have changed: nothing.
What others should know: FYI - I'm using an Air Arms S500 set for about 20 ft pounds since I shoot matches. I use a pro chrony to measure velocity at 3 feet from the muzzle indoors. Accuracy is everything.
Things I liked: I have a 18 year ago Daystate Huntsman MK2 unregulated shoot these babes at 980fps 3/8" groups at 40yds and 63yds...They very accurate..WOW. They shoot well at 10-12 mph winds...I was very surprise. All group shot made in a standing position against a pole. If I had a shooting table with a gun rest or bags. I'm confident I can easy get 1/8" or less group size. My gun has two favorite pellets H&N Baracuda and JSB 18.13g.
Things I would have changed: Double the pellet count for the same price.
What others should know: My Huntsman likes JSB 18.13g 1040fps at 40yrd they group 1/2" but 63yrd they group at 3/8". For reason the JSB they open up at 40yrd and its does poorly in 10-12 mph wind at 63yrd.
Things I liked: On time and great shipping from pyramydair as usual, this is the most accurate pellet out my Benjamin Marauder rifle and pistol. Pellets clean and very few were damged
Things I would have changed: These are more expensive than the jsb 18.13 by far
What others should know: You can get different head sizes. Try them out to find which one is best for your rifle. Very good pellet, but very expensive
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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.