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H&N Field Target Trophy Green, .22 Cal, 9.56 Grains, Domed, Lead Free, 200ct

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  • .22 caliber
  • 9.56 grains
  • Domed
  • Lead-free
  • 200 pellets

Although these are lead-free pellets, the tape that goes around the tin has warnings about the hazards of lead exposure. Be assured that the contents of the tin are, indeed, lead-free. This is just the standard tape H&N uses on all its pellet tins.

Don't want lead pellets and shrapnel scattered around your house? Try these H&N Sport Field Target Trophy Green pellets. They're lead-free but made to the same high quality standards as other H&N ammo.


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Item Code: HN-92665500013 [PY-P-977]

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Weight9.56gr
Quantity200
Muzzle Energy26 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity1076 fps
Energy at 25 yds13 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds781 fps
Energy from the initial value at 25 yards53 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)
Energy at 50 yds9 ft/lbs
Velocity at 50 yds627 fps
Energy from the initial value at 50 yards34 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)

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By Frankie on 2018-10-29
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Things I liked: Excellent accuracy

Things I would have changed: nothing

 

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By Andrew from USA on 2018-09-25
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Things I liked: Lead free! I am able to get very tight groups. Lead free! The cans I got say "PCP only", but they work really well in my 2240. Did I mention they are lead free? I'm really happy to find an excellent alternative to lead.

Things I would have changed: High cost. I'm sure the manufacturer is not price gouging. I think in terms of total cost to shoot. For my 2240 - $.50 for the CO2 cartridge, and $3.40 for enough of these to expend the CO2 - for $3.90 total. If I burn through 10 CO2 cartridges for the day, and a corresponding 2 cans of pellets, that's about $39, plus range fees. Your mileage may vary. As of this writing, the Meisterkugeln wadcutters and less than $.04 each and these are $.085 each. It adds up.

What others should know: I zeroed in my red dot sight for Meisterkugeln wadcutters - ~14 grains and way different shape. I thought these would present a problem. But they actually form better groups with no sight adjustments at all. In my pellet trap I see no pellet deformation. In fact, they look so good, I considered using them again. The lead wadcutters hit the steel plate in the trap and are smashed into a flat blob. I thinking almost no penetration for these as the curtains in the trap stop them unscathed. So you can factor that into your plans for usage.

 

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By Shawn from USA on 2018-07-29
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Things I liked: lead free, light weight for flatter trajectory

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: I got a couple of tins to test in my Marauders. The P-rod really likes these alot (almost as well as my tried and true lead pellet) 20 yard eight shot groups are 3/8" CtC. These are a keeper for the p-rod for sure

 

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  • Riccardo from USA asked:

    Has anyone shot these through the Gamo Swarm Maxxim? YouTube has the velocity at 910fps. Is this too fast for the pellet to be accurate?

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