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Item Code: HN-92105530005 [PY-P-31]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Head Size||5.53 mm|
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Things I liked: Grouping, accuracy, what I perceive as a solid thunk out to 50 yards
Things I would have changed: Sell me twice as many for the same price?
What others should know: I have not shot enough H&N pellets to make an informed opinion on the brand. But this pellet happens to be the most accurate in MY rifle. I made sure to break the gun in with a good 40-50 shots before mounting the scope (personal preference). Another several hundred shots later and this is the pellet used to zero with. Once I have a chrono, I can make a better decision on the weight used.
Things I liked: I like how easy it is to get the lid off the tin, once that plastic sealing tape has been dealt with. The round nose is great for older bolt action multi-pumps like my Crosman 160, it won't stick as it is fed in by the bolt probe
Things I would have changed: Make this FTT line available in different weights for each head size, so I can find one that matches my gun harmonics
What others should know: Like any firearm ammunition, you should treat all airgun ammo with respect, never throw the pellets at anyone you do not actually wish to harm!
Things I liked: Very accurate out of my Swarm maxxim .22. Work well on squirrels and chipmunks
Things I would have changed: none
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Does is work with air arms TX200 I use JSB's but head size 5.52mm they don't have that size in these pellets would they still work?
They will certainly shoot out of your gun, just a matter of accuracy. Which I can't tell you until you try. H&N are typically pretty good out of TX200's.
these pellets in the 5.53 and 5.54 show 25J on the can while the 5.55 shows 16J. Which is correct?
The energy rating of a pellet can only be given for a specific gun, I basically disregard the energy rating they put on the tin because it's going to vary from gun to gun.
Do ya'll sale the 5.55 head H&N FTT?
Here ya go: H&N Field Target Trophy .22...