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H&N Baracuda Green .22 Cal, 12.96 gr - 200 ct

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  • Code: PY-P-858 · $20.99 · .22 · 12.96 grains · 200 ct
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Lead-free, lightweight high-velocity pellet with maximum accuracy for competition and hunting. These high impact penetration pellets provide an almost supersonic velocity with a very flat trajectory for medium ranges. No lead-fouling, improved drive in the barrel, no contact with lead thanks to special tin alloy.
  • Caliber: .22
  • Grain: 12.96
  • Lead Free/ Alloy
  • Quantity: 200
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Field Target and Pest Control, up to ranges of 25 yards

Please note: The manufacture recommends to only use with PCP rifles!
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  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.22
  • Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight12.96 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity200 ct
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By GaryUSAAugust 19, 2016

Works well in Benjamin Discovery and FX Revolution. No lead on my hands or in the back yard. These are hard and I don't use them for hunting. They are light for their size - no surprise there.

Works well, lead free


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can you shoot alloyed pellets out of a Benjamin 392? what would be the velocity difference between a 12.65 gr. alloyed pellet compared to a 14.50gr. lead pellet?

asked Perry Morlas

Yes but plastic sabot rounds will do less damage to the soft brass barrel. I only use lead free and shoot barracuda greens in my 397 works great.

Magnus smoker 420

A 12.65gr. Pellet would be lighter therefore increasing speed and making the pellet very accurate and they will be able to penetrate as oppose to a harder hit with a 14.50gr. pellet.

Nick from USA

The difference is range and accuracy .

Michael from USA

yes mate you can , velocity gain of approx 120 fps give or take 10 fps, if you went two grains more , eg 16.50 you may lose 100 fps approx hope that helps

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