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H&N Hornet Pellets, .177 Cal, 10.03 Grains, Pointed, 225ct

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  • .177 cal
  • 10.03 grains
  • Pointed
  • 225 pellets


H&N recommends Hornet pellets with the brass tip for hunting, plinking and casual shooting (up to 30 yards).

Controlled expansion of the brass tip delivers good accuracy and performance for the H&N Hornet pellet. Good at distances up to 30 yards.

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Item Code: HN-92424500003B [PY-P-1185]

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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
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By Willard from USA on 2020-03-14
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Things I liked: Serious penetration, especially for lower velocity airguns, like my replica pistols (350 to 450 fps).

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Check maximum lenth allowed if your gun uses a rotary or belt fed magazine. These are pretty long and if they exceed magazine maximum length, will jam the mag and not feed properly


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By SCOTT from USA on 2020-01-30
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Things I liked: Very accurate pellet in my crosman summit ranger np2 .177 Avg 944 fps, 5 shot string, 19.84 ft lbs energy on a 32 degree day. Pellets fit in the bore the same tightness 99% of the time. These are the best tolerances I have ever seen in HN pellets

Things I would have changed: Nothing. They are expensive but I'm willing to pay extra for a precision pellet.

What others should know: Pointed pellets are usually not the most accurate pellets but these are the exception. Great penetrating power on metal. Try them, dont let the price deter you. Use a pellet seat for proper seating and increased accuracy.


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By Dean on 2018-04-03
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Things I liked: I use these pellets pretty much exclusively. My break barrel gun loves them and I have my scope set perfectly. I regularly take squirrels at up to 45-50 yards. No exaggeration . I know these are rated for 30yards but the heavier 10.06grain weight allows it to go even farther with precision practice a bit. Uniform shape , as with any pellet you may come across a misshapen one or two at random but for the most part you get to shoot every pellet in the tin no problems or factory errors.

Things I would have changed: They are a bit pricey for what they are. But I guess if you figure in : they are made in Germany and thus have to be imported, they have brass metal in them. And they are meticulously made in a uniform consistency. Very well made pellets. I can't even really write a bad section about them.

What others should know: When I first got these they were a bit inconsistent as shot groupings they produced. But after properly zeroing my scope to these particular pellets with sighting targets I can now make dime sized groups at 45-50yards (again no exaggeration I know these are rated for less but they can do much better than advertised. Taking small game should be no problem if that is your goal. And targets should reflect great accuracy with any gun that "prefers these pellets" (any avid air gunner knows certain guns like certain pellets they are all different) Great purchase. The tin is a little misleading as they have "safety inserts" But there are indeed the advertised number of pellets in the tin


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  • jay from United Kingdom asked:

    Hey guys. Ive just bought the hornet .177 pellets for my umarex Walter cps but they seem too long for the magazine. The slide is not closing. Am I being stupid and missing something??

    • Mark from USA:

      No. You are correct. They are too long for the magazine.

  • Jeff from USA asked:

    What is the exact length of the pellet?

    • jose from USA asked:

      Works fine in a colt single action army pellet revolver? What about in a sig sauer p320 pellet pistol?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Probably too heavy to work well in those lower powered guns

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