Earn 10 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $11.50 Save $1.55 (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: 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
Things I liked: Quality, consistency, accuracy and WALLOP!!! I shoot only targets, and groundhogs that are so very destructive. At 35 yards, a one shot kill. Great ammo.
Things I would have changed: Can't think of a thing.
What others should know: These fit nice and tight in the breech of my Umarex Octane, I need to seat them, which is ok by me, anything for accuracy and dependability. I do not want the animal to suffer. I tried another brand of pellet, very light at 14 or so grains, they flew all over. These are the best for me. I also have them in hollow point with the same great results.
Things I liked: I'm very pleased with the performance of these 5.53 Baracudas
Things I would have changed: 500 count tin and lower the price. These are $28.63 higher than JSB 18gr per 2,000. That's like robbery almost.
What others should know: Only 1 out of 4 tins of JSB heavies have been cutting the mustard for me recently so I took a shot and bought these in every size. My barrel happens to like 5.53 head size the best. So far 4 out of the 5 tins of 5.53 Barracudas that I have tried have all shot great and they have shared the same point of impact as well. I'm very happy about that. I'm just not thrilled with how much they cost.
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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.