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H&N Field Target Trophy (5.53mm) .22 Cal, 14.66 gr - 250 ct

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  • Code: AGD-P31 · $7.99 · .22 · 14.66 grains · 250 ct
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Medium-weight, extremely accurate competition pellet with flat trajectory for medium ranges. Exceptional 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.
  • Caliber: .22
  • Grain: 14.66
  • Head Size: 5.53mm*
  • Quantity: 250
  • Nose: Domed
  • Use: Field Target and Hunting, up to ranges of 50 yards
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  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber .22
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Ammo Weight 14.66 grains
  • Pellet Shape Domed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity 250 ct
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By MarkelUSAMay 8, 2023 Verified Purchase

Put the other pellets down and try these in lead and copper... Just spend the money if you want consistency... Buy in bulk it's better on you and shipping ...just wait for the sell

Best shooting pellet I've ever had... They must sort them by hand with a microscope

Not a enough time in a day to shoot

By MikeOctober 23, 2020

aim true and love doing it

fly great. 100 yard all day long.


By NaeemUSAMay 9, 2019

Very accurate pellet especially for springers. Quality made in Germany.

By MontyUSAJanuary 1, 2019

The pellets where very clean and packed tight in there tin. Which very few of them are dented or unusable. I used them in a regulated Prod shooting at 720fps. The gun like the pellets holding a 1 inch group at 50 yards. The loading is very smooth, not binding or sticking at the breach like some of the other brands do. The pellets fit well into the magazine not to long or odd to drop right in for a nice fit and magazine operation.

By RandyUSANovember 29, 2018

While not as accurate as the JSB 14s out of my Gamo Urban, these are still a quality pellet for plinking/paper punching.

Available in 500 coint tin. Velocity closer to the recommended 850-915mph sweet spot out of medium powered rifles such as the Gamo Urban.

Shorter pellet. Not as accurate as JSB 14s out of my gun.

By KennethUSAJanuary 26, 2018

These seem to be the favorite of mine and other hatsan 95 .22 owners. AD has a great price with the buy 4 get 1 free deal and they packaged them up tight !

Great for the hatsan 95


By RoyUSAJanuary 3, 2018

Purchased three sizes in these pellets and they all shot well, there worth a couple bucks extra.

Consistent groups


By PaulUSASeptember 29, 2017

Found to be accurate and uniform. worth the money



By LouisUSAMarch 7, 2017

I bought these pellets to try in my .22 caliber Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim. As of now, I have mixed feeling about this pellet being right for this air rifle. Here's why: I ordered and received the pellets with the 5.53 mm head size, which I verified on the tin only. These pellets fit VERY tight in my breech. By tight I mean, they "pop" in with a good deal of pressure. They seem much larger than 5.53 mm. Almost all other pellets I have tried have 5.52 mm head sizes and fit snugly with a slight amount of pressure I was getting very consistent and accurate groups with this pellet for the first 250 shots. During my last shooting session, I was in the process of shooting 3/4" group (10 shots) at 25 yards. My 7th pellet landed 3.5 inches to the left of the group. I figured it was me or a bad pellet. The 8th shot landed even further to the left of the 7th pellet. The last 4 shots formed a 1.75" group that was over 3 inches to the left of the main group. I checked the the stock screws, the scope screws and everything was tight. I decided to try a different pellet (Gamo Red Fire), which has always been accurate. I shot a 1/2" group with 5 shots at the same distance. I decided to clean the barrel, and discovered the barrel was not dirty at all. Afterwards, I shot another 10 of the H&N FTT from 25 yards. This resulted in a 3.5" group that impacted right and up from my point of aim. I don't know how to explain this. Here are the statistics from my Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim. Velocities and shot group is from a 10 shot string: Velocity Min - 693 fps Velocity Max - 723 fps Velocity Ave - 716 fps Standard Dev - 9.92 fps Extreme Spread - 30 fps Muzzle Energy - 16.66 fpe Best Group(25 yds) - .7 inches FYI - I have tried 16 different pellets in my .22 caliber Remington Express air rifle. This is the only pellet that doesn't fit loosely in the breech, and the only pellet that will shoot a 10 shot group smaller than 1.25" at 25 yards.

Very clean and uniform

They seem to be over sized. Half way through the tin, the point of impact changed drastically.

By BanditJanuary 25, 2017

Found H&N FTT after reading reviews for my HW95 and RWS 34. Best I had tried, Blasting 1 1/2" 50 round holes in my targets at 50 yds with my 95 with no fliers. Not as good with my 34. So I tried many others and found JSBs shoot a little better with the 34 and pretty good with my 95. Bought alot of JSBs and shot them both 22 cal. guns for a while. Later I thought my 95 was losing it's long range accuracy (50 to 90 yds) I went back to the H&Ns for my 95 and it's amazing accuracy again.

Best pellet for my HW95 with very few fliers and they hit hard. I have sent around 30,000 rounds through that gun

None, but they may not fit all guns perfect.

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