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H&N Baracuda Match, .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Round Nose [4.53mm Head] 500ct

H&N Baracuda Match, .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Round Nose [4.53mm Head] 500ct

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  • Code: PY-P-978 · 0.177 cal · 10.65 gr
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Heavy, extremely accurate pellet for long ranges. First-class aerodynamic design for high impact and penetration. Tightest shot groups. Lowest rate of lead fouling and consistent shot spreads thanks to special alloy and lubrication.

Specifications:

  • Caliber-.177
  • Grain: 10.65
  • Head Size: 4.53mm*
  • Quantity: 500
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Field Target, Plinking and Hunting, up to ranges of 50 yards

 

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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Pellet ShapeDomed
  • Pellet Quantity500
  • Ammo Weight10.65 gr
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Reviews
H&N Baracuda Match, .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Round Nose [4.53mm Head] 500ct
5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Mike
Lesterville, MO
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good high end pellet
February 14, 2014
I had no problem with them. They load easily. Heavy with high ballistic coefficient, .025
Pros:
Good for long range, shooting outdoors in the wind
Cons:
A little pricey.

James
Omaha, NE
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Baracuda Match .177Cal 10.65 grain
December 31, 2012
I used H&N Baracuda Match pellets in my Ruger Air Magnum and shot accurately on target. No doubt, this grain pellet does the job. James Omaha,Neb
Pros:
Good pellets made for accuracy at 25 yards.
Cons:
Nothing

ZenAirGun
Boise, Idaho
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

The only thing that works.
November 26, 2012
With all the emphasis on higher muzzle velocities with rifles being sold today comes a very unwelcome side-effect - instability. Slow-motion videos of air rifles with velocities greater than 950 fps show frequent cork-screwing of pellets. Out of the same tin, some may fly straight, and some may drop like stones out of the group due to untrue flight. In order to have consistent groups with a high-power rifle like the NPSS, you must do two things: 1) slow down the pellet to less than 1000 fps, and 2) make sure that the pellets are free from defects and variations. The H&N Baracuda Match pellets do both. They are heavy, which slows down the velocity significantly, and they are all consistently well-formed. Two additional features make them the only pellet that I have found that works well for my NPSS - they are round-nosed, which I believe makes them more forgiving in flight than wad-cutters, and they slip comfortably into the pellet receiver, which avoids deformation of the skirt when you have to use your fingernail or something else to press them in. This means they are very close to .177 tolerance, rather than many other types that are 1/1000 over. I have tried very many different brands (see pic) and I was delighted to finally find something that really works. They cost a little more, but well worth it.
Pros:
Heavy, consistently well-formed, and fit into the chamber easily.
Cons:
Nothing!



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