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

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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 www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • .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
Weight10.03gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity225

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By Frederick from USA on 2020-09-17
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Things I liked: Has lots of punch when it hits the target. Seem a bit more accurate than the ones I was using. Packaging is excellent.

Things I would have changed: I am using these in my favorite air gun this month, a Sig Sauer P226. These rounds are nicely pointed and that's the problem. They're a bit long and bind as the magazine turns to put the next round in position. I have to file the tips a bit for the rounds to have enough clearance. So, while these are the correct size, according to packaging description, they're just a bit too big. I figure I'll use these up and switch to another brand.

 

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By Mel from USA on 2020-09-13
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Things I liked: The packaging used to shoot me the product was outstanding. It was obvious that some thought and a lot of care win and shipping me my purchase. I appreciate that.

Things I would have changed: The packaging used to shoot me the product was outstanding. It was obvious that some thought and a lot of care win and shipping me my purchase. I appreciate that.

What others should know: None

 

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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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  • Raymond from USA asked:

    Will these fit in a MULTI-SHOT break barrel rifle, like a Gamo Swarm Whisper?

    • Val from USA:

      Generally - yes, but pointed pellets are not the best choice for rotary mags; to avoid any chance of jamming. It's worth trying though.

  • edwin from USA asked:

    will these pellets fit the umarex sa-10, or Crossman vigilanty pistols??

    • Mark from USA:

      No

  • 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.

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