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H&N Terminator Pellets, .22 Cal, 16.36 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct

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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
  • .22 cal
  • 16.36 grains
  • Hollowpoint
  • 200 pellets

H&N is considered by many to be the world's premier pellet maker. Besides their stable of highly regarded hunting pellets, they continue to innovate and bring out new shapes, products and designs. The Terminator is one such example. Made specifically for guns shooting a minimum of 12 ft-lbs. muzzle energy, the Terminator is designed for hunting and pest elimination.

While most hollowpoint pellets literally have a hollow head, the H&N Terminator pellets have a small lead projection rising up from the center of the hollowpoint. Additionally, the edge of the hollowpoint has notches that are designed to help the pellet mushroom on impact, making it more effective than pellets without the notches.

The world's only partitioned hollowpoint pellet!


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Item Code: HN-92215500003B [PY-P-1103]

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Caliber.22" (5.5mm)
Ammo TypePellets
Suggested forHunting
Weight16.36gr
Ammo Shape
Quantity200
Muzzle Energy31 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity925 fps
Energy at 25 yds21 ft/lbs
Velocity at 25 yds758 fps
Energy from the initial value at 25 yards67 % Retained energy at 25 yds (an expression of the 25-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)
Energy at 50 yds15 ft/lbs
Velocity at 50 yds636 fps
Energy from the initial value at 50 yards47 % Retained energy at 50 yds (an expression of the 50-yd energy compared to the muzzle energy)

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Things I liked: I thought I had already reviewed these. HW90 likes them, HW44 likes them, Oldie Dianawerks M -34 loves them. These are mean little pills. Shards of metal fly off my triple tin can target. Ran out of varmints last week. Soon enough they will be popping up again.

Things I would have changed: I love H&N in Weihrauchs. Never have any issues. Keep em like you do.

What others should know: My Air Arms ProSport loves them too, but I tried a lighter weight pellet, and I ordered some 13gr JSB, see if I can add some pep to the rifle's step. ProSport stacks these at 40 yards on gong. So, it's a nice medium range varmint thwacker on that rifle. I shoot at 80 yards, and the CR 14.3gr were hitting longer, a tad better. It's good to have at least two pellets a rifle shoots well on hand.

 

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Things I liked: Lived up to hype. So accurate to 40 yds..be careful not to shoot too many at targets..unless you are rich? Ideal perfomance on game brag:west Texas jackrabbit 40 yds. , Beeman Mach 12.5 downhill keelhaul..forehead to rump ...Terminator like ads!

Things I would have changed: You can't change anything.

What others should know: Good for anything up to coyote for sure. With ethical shot selection.

 

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By blake from USA on 2020-05-13
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Things I liked: HW98 loves them, HW90 loves them. Didn't have to re-zero. HW98 was zero'd @40 yards on 14.3 CR holowpoints. HW90 was zero'd @40 yards on JSB 18.13gr. Both rifles responded to ammo change favorably. May need a tweak here and there since we had wind quartering my firing line. I was hitting the small size 1& 3/4" flip-over jacks. Cloverleafs / 40yards.

Things I would have changed: Nothing: These are mean little pills. I have a triple tin can on a spike. Soup can inside a stewed tomato can, and that all inside a Bush's bean can. At 40 yards I can see shards of metal flying off. These little gems hit hard!

What others should know: My Weihrauch rifles all shoot well on H&N in .177, .20, and .22. HW35E, HW80, HW90, HW97K, HW98. They seem to fit the bore snug. The JSB 18.13gr is equally loved in my .22 rifles. The JSB in .177 seem to be accurate, but less snug fitting. H&N field pro, and Hunter hollowpoint work awesome in ( .177 ) the HW35E, and HW97K. My HW90 hated my Hades .22. It was windy, so I will try again, but the HW90 is my most finicky rifle. If one screw is even slightly not tight, you miss by 3-4 inches. I always tighten before I sit at the bench. It's standard operating procedure. Especially, with Weihrauch rifles. Hard to pick a favorite, if you love Weihrauch, then either brand work well with an honest zero. It's nice to have a target pellet and hunting pellet that will work with the same zero. That's what I am after when I test. I spend 75% of my time target shooting, and hunt 25% of the time. I spend hundreds on ammo, especially slugs for big bore.

 

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  • pelletman from USA asked:

    Does anyone know if H&N plan to make this pellet in 25 and 30 cal ???

    • Mark from USA:

      We do not have any information on larger caliber terminators at this time.

  • michael from USA asked:

    Will these work in the following guns. Gamo Buckmaster squirrel terminator, the Walter Terrus , and the Benjamin 392.

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