1-year limited warranty
List Price $31.00 Save $6.01 (19%)
Item Code: HN-92425500003B [PY-P-1206]
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Things I liked: LETHAL POWER !!!
Things I would have changed: A little expensive but is the quality cost more...
What others should know: I own the AA TX200 Mkiii in .22 I use the rifle for hunting pigeons. The TX200 has great accuracy but not too much power for long shots (less than 16 fpe) I tried to hunt pigeons with the H&N Baracuda Hunter Extrem (great heavy hunting pellets) but 2 different pigeons flew away when I shot them from 40 yards away... but with the H&N Hornets, the pigeons just dropped like a stone. 1 hit, 1 kill... also this pellets like to my AATX200, they make 1.5 inch groups from 40 yards so I'm avalible to hit pigeons from that distance. If you have problems with hard game, the hornets will do the job! The most lethal pellets of the world. If you like hunt you must try the hornets but I don't recommend them for plinking.
Things I liked: Effective design. Very lethal for pests. Deadly accurate at close range (~10m - 15m). After seeing what these can do in the right machine, I'm a believer. Yes, these are over $0.12 each, but if used for hunting as intended, you won't be shooting millions.
Things I would have changed: To quote Louis from the movie Willow, "Rats! Rats! Big rats!" ... I would change nothing.
What others should know: These need some power behind them, in my experience. I used them in an unmodified 2240 and Diana Chaser (pistol mode). At 10m they bounced off hard targets with factory gun settings. I did not chrono those strings. My 2240 carbine = 14.6" barrel, power adjuster, long nose bolt, enlarged transfer port, Hawke dot sight, shoulder stock. I chrono'ed the Hornets in that machine @ 599FPS avg --> 12.75 FPE (new cartridge, 10 shot string, 82F ambient). At that speed, they blast hard targets with classic large exit holes. Invading rodents don't stand a chance. These are the only lead pellets I still use because there is no acceptable lead-free alternative. The lead laws in CA are such that you can still hunt with lead ammo in airguns. It is only a matter of time until all lead is banned. So, I'll continue to use these as long as I can. Be safe with these poinky buggers!
Things I liked: Decimates rats via instantaneous humane kills. My go-to pellet for pest control in my modified 2240 carbine. Ratter round extraordinaire.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. Perhaps a tiny rocket engine that ignites after leaving the barrel? Nope - no real changes needed.
What others should know: You will need some power behind this round for it to be effective. I tested in unmodified 2240 and Diana Chaser (mfg max FPS ratings 520 and 500 respectively) - the pellets bounced off hard targets. In my first hand experience, an unmodified 2240 or .22 Diana Chaser are way too under powered for this pellet. What works fantastically is my 2240 carbine modified for ~700+ FPS :: 14.6" barrel, power adjuster set for 25 shots, enlarged transfer port, long nose bolt - plus shoulder stock and Hawke dot sight. At that power level these pellets are monstrous and blow big holes in the rats. Even if the shot is partially obscured by some leaves, brush or twigs, these cut right through and the target goes down. They are so effective, it gives me cause to double up on safety. Go in peace and be safe!
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