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H&N Grizzly, .25 Cal, 31 Grains, Hollowpoint, 150ct

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H&N Grizzly, .25

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  • .25 caliber
  • 31 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 150ct

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Item Code: HN-96325003101 [PY-P-1225]

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Caliber.25" (6.35mm)
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By MvMaranatha from USA on 2020-08-04
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Things I liked: Hollow Point Slug Good Weight, Clean

Things I would have changed: nothing in particular

What others should know: I bought these to shoot in my M-Rod. They did OK. Needing to get more vel out of them, I ran some thru my Condor SS, and then my Talon SS. At first they didn't seem to group very well (20 yards from the Talon, 1 1/2 inch) (Condor was 3/4 inch at 35 yards). I played with speeds etc. I was getting tired of my thumb hurting after loading 20 and more. I remember seeing a vid on seating pellets. TA_DA!! I'm am now using a tire air cap to seat these slugs into my Talon (settings are 9-9) groups now are 1/2 inch at 35 yards. I've been dropping sage rats out to 65 yards with these now very acceptable slug. Vel running 700-750, 50 shots per fill of 2900psi. That valve cap seats them about .025 deeper into the breech, gains 50 fps vel, and shrinks the groups from 1 1/2 at 20 yards to a ragged hole at 20 yards. TRY IT on your AF airguns and see if it helps. Oh yeah, keep an extra valve cap in your tin of slugs, It works for me! Hope it works for you too! shawn


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By Scott from USA on 2020-06-10
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Things I liked: Wow these hit like a ton of bricks! Great expansion to about the size of a nickel and would be my go to for larger pests like coon/possum etc.

Things I would have changed: Diameter would be more consistent for good fit.

What others should know: Pretty accurate so far, but have a few fliers. A few are undersized and fit slightly loose in the breech and I think this is the source of the variation. I'm shooting these out of my Hatsan Edge Vortex piston air rifle.


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By Jose from USA on 2020-05-26
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Things I liked: They look like great slugs.

Things I would have changed: Accuracy. Maybe 700 FPS is not enough.

What others should know: These slugs were all over the place (5 inch group) at 20 yards. I was using a Benjamin Marauder which may not be pushing the slug fast enough.

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  • Zachary from USA asked:

    Has anybody shot these out of a Kral Puncher Breaker? If so how did they work?

    • B from USA:

      I have tve same question

  • Jimz from USA asked:

    How well would a Hatsan 125 Sniper handle these slugs ?

    • Mark from USA:

      We have not tested any slugs in the Hatsan 125. They can be shot but we have no info on how well they perform.

  • John from USA asked:

    Very interesting ! In power burners .25 bullets are ,257" What this "pellet" begs is ,If it is .250" Then are the lands and grove dimensions Popular PCP's this will work well in? Some of the higher end PCP's have changeable barrels, but if a given brand is measured and known if the barrel is tighter than these could be sized down for an accurate result.

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