Date: 26/6/2019 5:0
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H&N Grizzly Pellets, .25 Cal, 31 Grains, Hollowpoint, 150ct

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
  • .25 caliber
  • 31 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 150ct

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

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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting

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By Orlando from USA on 2019-05-01
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Things I liked: They are some good pellets.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.


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By James from USA on 2019-04-15
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Things I liked: I would like to say something good about them, but I can't use them. They drop right through the magazine for my Sumatra 2500 500cc .25 cal. And whats worse is I have 4 tins of them! My micrometer measures most of them at .2485. Maybe I can melt them down and recast them for my 9mm Bully. Expensive lead.

Things I would have changed: Increase the diameter.

What others should know: They are too small in diameter for the Sumatra 2500 .25 cal magazine.


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By Kirk from USA on 2019-04-03
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Things I liked: Shape. Weight. The hollow point part I ignore. When it works, it works well. When it doesn't, it's a solid projectile. This is as true for air guns as it is for cartridge guns.

Things I would have changed: Deeper cup in the base so it can more easily conform to the barrel/rifling. Cupped base bullets aren't a new idea. They did this in the early cartridge guns, but the cup needs to be deep enough to allow the propellant gases to swell the base into the rifling. When done well, a 36 caliber bullet would engage the rifling of a 38 caliber barrel, and exhibit decent accuracy. Air guns, of course, have their own characteristics, but that principle will hold true. Naturally, with each air gun having it's own "quirks" and pellet preference, it's a case of trying them out in each air gun, but I think that a deeper cup would make a lot more guns "happy".

What others should know: As with all things air gun, you just have to try them, but if your gun likes them, you will be a happy camper. As a quick check, assess the fit in the breech/magazine. If that is "loose", chances are that you will find yourself using 4-letter words. If it's a good or decent fit, give them a whirl. I like them.


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  • labronski from USA asked:

    Can these be used in the umarex gauntlet?

    • John from USA:

      This bullet is designed for use in the higher powered PCP air rifles. The standard designed pellets with skirts work a lot better in the Armadas, Gauntlets, and other low end powered PCPs. Woodys World.

  • Jen-Yen from USA asked:

    Does this pellet works with 2018 Hatsan Barrage semi-auto air rifle?

    • Robert from USA asked:

      Is this pellet safe for use in Smooth Twist barrels?

      • Tyler from USA:

        It can be used in them, may not be very accurate though

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