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H&N Excite Coppa-Spitzkugel, .22 Cal, 16.05 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

H&N Excite Coppa-Spitzkugel, .22 Cal, 16.05 Grains, Pointed, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 16.05 grains
  • Pointed
  • Copper-coated
  • 200 pellets

The copper coating on Excite Coppa-Spitskugel pointed pellets makes them 20% harder than uncoated pellets. There will also be less pellet deformation and less lead fouling in your airgun's barrel.


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Item Code: HN-98815500033 [PY-P-1096]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight16.05gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity200

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By Ralph from USA on 2017-11-11
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Things I liked: Accurate, pricing, shape

Things I would have changed: can't think of any reason to change anything

What others should know: Accuracy out of a Benjamin NP2 is very good. Penetration on small game is great. leaves less residue in rifle barrel.

 

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By Genaro from USA on 2016-11-25
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Things I liked: Good product.

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By Bill from USA on 2016-11-12
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Things I liked: The copper coating which helps prevent lead fouling of the barrel

 

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  • Douglas from USA asked:

    Are these pellets at all dangerous for long term use on air gun barrels? Would they damage the rifling over time?

    • Tyler from USA:

      No

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