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H&N Field Target Trophy, .177 Cal, 8.64 Grains, Domed, 500ct

H&N Field Target Trophy, .177 Cal, 8.64 Grains, Domed, 500ct

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  • .177 caliber
  • 8.64 grains
  • Domed
  • 500 pellets

H&N Sport makes some of the highest-quality pellets, and their Field Target Trophy ammo is no exception. This pellet will perform well whether you shoot field target, hunt or plink.


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Item Code: HN-92104510005 [PY-P-975]

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Weight8.64gr
Head Size4.51 mm
Quantity500

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By Rony from USA on 2018-09-09
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Things I liked: This is the perfect pellet for hunting iguanas at 50 plus yards with my HW95 and my Diana 34.

Things I would have changed: The price is a bit steep but you can't argue with the quality.

What others should know: This pellet with the rifles mentioned delivers power to knock down a big 8 to ten pound iguana at 60 yards, dont be fooled by the small size of these .177 compared to a 22 or 25 pellet. My HW95 and D34 are lasers with it.

 

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By Jody from USA on 2018-08-20
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Things I liked: I ordered these pellets to give them a try and found that they work extremely well in a Winchester 1000x as well as a Benjamin 397. I am a person that sorts pellets by weight and I found these to vary in weight from 8.55 grains to 8.65 grains straight from the tin. I feel that these are some of the most consistent pellets by weight that I have found. 1/10th of a grain is going to give me the performance that I am looking for. I have found other pellets that vary a lot more than that and that is why I sort them. The more they vary the more my pattern expands at distances. These produced sub quarter size groups at the 25 yard distances. I have also noticed that their diameter size is a little larger which seem to grip the riflings better and produce tighter groups. If your gun is sighted in using crosman premier pellets 7.9 grain, these grouped tighter and below and off to the side of the crosmans in all the guns I tried them in. I believe this is due to rotation and weight.

Things I would have changed: Nothing really, I just hope everyone keeps striving to make pellets more consistant.

 

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By Michael from USA on 2018-08-15
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Things I liked: Best accuracy in my Remington express

Things I would have changed: could be cheaper!

 

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  • Joe41ms14 from USA asked:

    Does anyone know what the BC is on these? I find it hard to believe the BC is as low as .012 as advertised on the H&N site : http://ballistics.hn-sport.de/#find/pellet/target/7/distance/2/caliber/2/power/81/unit/2. They advertise their Field Target Trophy Greens which are half the weight but same domed shape as having a BC of .018. Something seems off to me, .012 seems low for these. Anyway, I'm using a Crosman 766 Phase 1 w/new seals. Gets 680 fps with JSB Exact Express which I know has a BC of .021. Wanted to see if these FTTs would work well but the BC threw me off.

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