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H&N Match Green Pellets, .177 Cal, 5.25 Grains, Wadcutter, Lead-Free, 500ct

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  • .177 caliber
  • 5.25 grains
  • Wadcutter
  • Lead-free
  • 500 pellets

Need to go lead-free on your range? H&N is the leader when it comes to accurate lead-free pellets. These pellets are intended for use with 10-meter air rifles and air pistols and punching clean, easy-to-score holes in target paper.

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Item Code: HN-92014500215 [PY-P-1108]

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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
Suggested forCompetition
Head Size4.50 mm

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By Timothy B from USA on 2020-05-23
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Things I liked: Consistency of the pellets, none deformed. All loaded properly in my Beeman P1. Accuracy: They are great, and helping me to improve my bullseye shooting scores. They deform evenly as opposed to the lead pellets.

Things I would have changed: Nothing. The 500 count and secure lid make these very convenient to use.

What others should know: Far more accurate than I'll ever be and the lead-free make me more comfortable shooting in doors and out. If you can wait for a sale price and 4 for the price of 3, they are a good price and value


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By Victor from USA on 2020-05-17
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Things I liked: High quality, no defects found, harder metal than lead so less likely to deform, no lead toxicity to worry about.

Things I would have changed: I can't think of anything to change.

What others should know: I was surprised that at slightly lower ambient temperatures (67 degrees outside today) these repeatedly misfired in my Sig Sauer MCX, whereas yesterday when it was 70 degrees they performed flawlessly. In the past I have never had feed problems with these pellets in this particular gun. Because these are harder pellets, I am guessing that they require higher CO2 pressures to function properly in these repeating gas guns. Because they are harder pellets, if you are shooting against a wooden backstop, the ricochet is capable of throwing the pellet back 30 feet, may even hit you. Since they are a lighter pellet, they tend to group a little higher and may require adjusting your scope zero.


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By Kenneth from USA on 2020-04-27
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Things I liked: I think these are great and having shot 500 plus through my FWB 601, have not found any problem with accuracy. I assume that if there is a bore problem after all these shots that accuracy would fall off. No sign of that at all. They also work well with my biathlon target, and of course paper with ballistic putty.

Things I would have changed: It is very difficult to open the tin. The tape does not peel off at all and has to be cut around the lid with a razor. Unlike the Meisterkugeln.

What others should know: It does increase muzzle velocity, but with this 550 fps 601 it is not a problem. I assume higher fps rifles that there may be different things going on in the barrel. I actually like the increased velocity.


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  • Daniel from USA asked:

    I noticed on H&N website that these are specified only for PCP rifles. Do you know why?

    • Mark from USA:

      Because the pellet are light and hard they do not generate a lot of back pressure. H &N is worried that a spring/piston/gas piston gun will damage the piston seal because the piston will slam into the end of the air chamber. PCP airguns have no pistons. Is this a valid precaution? No one has ever complained that this has happened.

  • SentinelBert from USA asked:

    This alloy is harder than lead pellets. Will it damage my barrel over time? What about residue buildup?

    • Mark from USA:

      There is no lasting damage. Any cleaning procedure will remove the residue.

  • Pete from USA asked:

    Has anyone used these in a Crosman 1077?

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