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H&N Baracuda .177 Cal, 10.65 gr - 400 ct

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  • Code: PY-P-16 · $12.99 · .177 · 10.65 grains · 400 ct
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Heavy, very accurate pellet for long ranges. First-class, aerodynamic design for high impact and penetration. Tight shot groups. Lowest rate of lead fouling and consistent shot spreads thanks to special alloy and lubrication. Smooth.
  • Caliber: .177
  • Grain: 10.65
  • Quantity: 400
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Pest Control and Target Shooting
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  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight10.65 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity400 ct
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By DeanUSAJune 11, 2019

These shoot very well from my Seneca Aspen PCP. I dedicated my last shooting session to these pellets which surprised me a little. In other sessions I shot these pellets with other pellets comparing them against one another and I graded these then, OK for target practice but I didn't think I would want to try them for a kill. Sense I have change my shooting strategy and give myself 5 points to hit on a 5.5 by 5.5 inch target. I shoot 2 rounds at each mark. Now I see better where each shot lands. With these pellets, at 50 ft., 10 shots, I would get 3 to 4 shot pairs (6 to 8 shots) touching each other less 4.5 mm from the point of aim. At 66 ft. I got very close to the same results but the flyers would not be touching but no more than 4.5 mm off the mark or previous shot or the next shot would fill the gap.

A buck and a half cheaper per tin than the Baracuda Match.

Haven't found one yet.

By PaulUSAOctober 12, 2018

Works and shoots Great in my Gauntlet. A.D. says changed to 400 count a year ago but have not updated picture and description.

By ThomasUSASeptember 7, 2016

I use these in a LGU and a rws mod36 they are the best by far for accuracy, the price isn't bad for what you get. For practice they equal a 22rf at way less of cost.

deadly accurate and work fine on small animals.

None for me

By JamesUSAJuly 5, 2014

These look good but they load hard difficult to seat them in the chamber even with a pen point. Afraid these will damage my breech seals when closing due to slight protrusion of skirt. Maybe these would work for someone with a Precharged or pump that has a bolt that will cam them into the chamber. And accuracy was sub par as well giving me 3.5 inch groups at 25 yards in my Gamo Bull Whisper Bone Collector. Glad I obtained mine in a test pack so I wasn't out the bucks for a whole tin.

Look good

Shoot poorly and chamber very hard in MY rifle.

By EliasUSAJanuary 2, 2014

I use these H&N Baracuda .177 Caliber, 10.65 grain round nose pellets in my RWS 350 Magnum. So far I only shot them from 13 yard distance. Oh boy, these things are so accurate they fall on top of each other from that distance. They make it more than half the way into a 2"x10" wood. I have to relocate the bulls-eye often so that the pellets don't make it completely through the wood, which has happened. Luckily I had a steel plate behind the wood for extra backing. I sampled 25 pellets and measured the head diameter and weight and they were very consistent. The pellets are clean and uniform - none were damaged or dented. The skirt is thick which is a must for a magnum gun. If you own a magnum you owe it to yourself to give these a try. I tried 2 other lighter pellets, 8.2 grains and 9.3 grains (of different brand), although they were accurate, but not as accurate as the Baracuda. I bought 4 tins of 500 from Airgun Depot. I placed my order at night, AGD shipped my order the next day during the busy Christmas season-awesome. During the same period I ordered supplies from a different gun store and they shipped over a week later.

Bought 4 tins from AGD.


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What is the most recommended scope for this air gun? Tim - [email protected]

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