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H&N Baracuda Green .25 Cal, 19.91 gr - 150 ct

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  • Code: AGD-P1446 · $21.99 · .25 · 19.91 grains · 150 ct
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Lead-free, lightweight high-velocity pellet with maximum accuracy for competition and hunting. 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: .25
  • Grain: 19.91
  • Head Size: 6.35mm*
  • Quantity: 150
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Field Target and Pest Control up to ranges of 50 yards

Please note: The manufacture recommends to only use with PCP rifles!
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  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.25
  • Ammo TypeLead-free pellets
  • Ammo Weight19.91 grains
  • Pellet ShapeWadcutter
  • Pellet Quantity150 ct
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By KeithUSAAugust 19, 2020 Verified Purchase

These are really excellent and hard hitting pellets. They blow through most small game, and are as accurate as I can be at 30 yards. They don't expand, or even deform, as they are quite hard, but that does give them excellent penetration. The drawback is that they are very long. Perhaps if Hatsan redesigned their magazine to accommodate various diablo designs, this pellet would be more reliable. But...that isn't going to happen, so be aware of this issue.

Exceptional accuracy, and matches the weight and flight characteristics of the Field Target pellets that I also use. Swapping between the two results in consistent performance. Have not had a "flier" yet, and the harder compound of the green pellets means less deformation in the tin.

Biggest issue is the length. In theory they fit into the magazines of my BT-65. However the band that holds them in place shifts the pellets forward in the magazine so that the tips emerge. This jams the rifle and/or cuts the tips. Because of the position of the diablo neck relative to the tip, it would require removing about 1/32" to 1/16" of the tip, which would be time consuming, and would significantly reduce the weight of the pellet. In the attached picture you can see the length difference, the difference in the position of the pellet neck, and the resulting damaged tips in the magazine.

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