List Price $20.00 Save $4.01 (20%)
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: This pellet does not shoot well in my Hatsan Gladius particularly at high power settings (4 thru 6) which is around 750 ft/sec to 930 ft/sec. At power setting 4 which is around 655 ft/sec and 14 ft. lbs. of energy the accuracy improves. I can hold a 3/8" to 5/8" pattern at 20 yds. Other light weight pellets are more consistent and can be shot at higher velocities with tighter patterns.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. The pellets look good but they are not suited for my rifle.
What others should know: This same gun shoots the H&N Baracuda Hunter and Baracuda Match with excellent results. I recently had a 3/16" c-c pattern with the Baracuda Hunter at 20 yds. and 5 shots. The Baracuda Match consistently holds 3/8" c-c at 20 yds. On the other hand, the Baracuda Hunter Extreme is very erratic. Conclusion- test and verify the best pellets for your gun.
Things I liked: The weight. It's a dead nuts match for the piranhas. So you get to sight your weapon in using ridiculously cheap ammunition and then kill things with these perfect flawlessly made H&M shots.
Things I would have changed: If you figure out how to make them better let's do it.
What others should know: You get what you pay for ,cheep is for small birds. You want the pests gone, you want dinner, results cost money. They are worth it.
Things I liked: Quality of pelled and screw top tin
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: They were very accurate in my modified 1701P and MLR
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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...