Item Code: HN-99114500005 [PY-P-1217]
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: Light weight, good alternative for spring pistols, clean, consistent shape.
Things I would have changed: Too tight to load in either my HW45 or LP8 spring pistols, which were the intended audience for them. I will have to use them in the Crosman 1701P PCP pistol, which has a bolt action and can load oversize pellets well.
What others should know: Good pellet for guns with bores on the big side, I guess.
Things I liked: These 7.5 grain Sniper Lights shot excellent at 875 - 880 fps from an Air Wolf with an LW barrel. 85 - 90 percent of the 40 yard groups were the size of a dime. My friend tried these with his Mrod and shot mostly quarter size groups at 40 but had some flyers. His Mrod was shooting these 910 - 925 fps and liked the 8.5 Sniper Mediums better.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Other reviewers stated the head size were not uniform or to big. My tin was uniform, 98% undamaged and pretty clean compared to other pellets. These fit and went into both of our barrels smoothly. The spin on top is a big plus, wish other pellet makers would do the same. If your gun is shooting 13.5 fpe or less I would give these a try.
Things I liked: There was nothing to like about these pellets.
Things I would have changed: Make them so they fit more easily into the barrel.
What others should know: These pellets were extremely tight to fit into the barrel. I struggled to seat the pellets with a pellet seater into the barrel. I tried them in 6 different guns with the same problem - hard to load and extremely inaccurate. They were very inaccurate, much to my dismay. H&N missed the mark with these Sniper Lights!
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