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List Price $24.95 Save $3.00 (12%)
H&N Pioneer Pellets
Please Note: These highly accurate rounds are 100% spherical with no flat spots.
H&N Pioneer round ball ammo is one of the most accurate .457 big bore ammo choices in the airgun world. In our testing, we achieved 1-inch groups at a distance of 45 yards!
These heavy rounds are the ideal choice to dispatch medium to large game. Weighing in at 145 grains, Pioneer rounds are designed to dump maximum knockdown energy into targets--all backed by H&N's legendary quality standards.
Witness the power and accuracy of Pioneer
Item Code: HN-94044570004 [PY-P-1497]
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Things I liked: Right now I can not give my opinion because I haven't received my purchase,waiting more than 20 days and still counting.In the UPS office the status is the same over 19 days:Order processed :Ready for UPS.
Things I would have changed: Waiting time...
What others should know: I understand the current situation with the Covid-19, but if the package is ready to ship, why so long in the same status? If you are in a hurry, better think twice...
Things I liked: I really like these H&N Pioneer round balls! This load (and the Air Venturi .45 180 gr. round nose) are my go-to rounds for my Sam Yang 909 Light Hunter. They're uniform in shape, chamber easily, and strike accurately with authority!
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Don't sweat the graphite. It helps lubricate the round and won't hurt your gun.
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What is the lead hardness of this round ball?
The hardness is : 10 Brunell Composition is : 95% lead and 5% tin .
What are these made of, are they lead? Also what effect is the graphite lubrication supposed to have?
The balls are lead. The graphite is used as a lube in manufacturing. The balls are swaged(hydraulically pressed) not cast. Graphite lubes the pellet/ball dies.
I do like the ammo, but I am concerned about the extra grafite that they contain.You can feel it and see it on your hands when you handle the ammo, and that makes me wonder what it may be doing to my very expensive AirForce Texan .457....hmmm
That's what they use to lubricate the ammo, it will not harm your gun