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H&N Hornet .25 Cal, 23.16 gr - 150 ct

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  • Code: AGD-P1378 · $20.99 · .25 · 24.38 grains · 150 ct
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The Hornet is a .25 caliber pellet that has a pointed metal insert set into a large hollow in its nose.  A pellet of this caliber and weight will be best used for dispatching pests or hunting small game.

H&N Hornet Pellets, .25 Cal Pointed Pellets
  • .25 caliber
  • 24.38 grains
  • Pointed
  • 150ct
  • Blister pack
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.25
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight24.38 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity150 ct
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4.55 Reviews
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5.0
By Francisco L.July 26, 2018 Verified Purchase

Although a little pricey, these pellets get the job done. They penetrate metal targets and even thicker metal targets with ease where a hollow points or round nose pellets needs to push through or gets stuck and you can tell because of the exit wounds are so neat and uniform, and consistent. I do not like hunting or shooting live animals but i can imagine these doing a lot of damage with the right shot placements especially in .25 caliber. Was using a lighter weight aluminum pellet for higher velocity but they were just not penetrating with ease like these pellets, would recommend.

Pros
Consistent manufacturing, no bent pellets, much higher than average penetration.

Cons
Of course, price. But these are no basic entry level pellets.

4.0
By StevenUSAMay 15, 2018 Verified Purchase

These would not fit into my FX Impact magazines in .25 they are a smidge to long for them. But they did fit real well in my Daystate Wolverine B Hi-Lite magazines. I have shot numerous Raccoons with these and dropped most all of them where they stood. With good placement of coarse @ 30 yards. They are very consistent at the 30-40 yard distance I shoot them at ! I have used them out at some greater distances but have never checked them for grouping any farther. I can't say anything bad about them. Other then they are a pricey pellet but then they take much more to make them then other simple hollow points or others. I would recommend, but I have always been scared they might damage my barrel if by some oddball chance they get stuck in it with the hard tip.

Pros
Very good penetration, consistent grouping at least @ 30-40 yards. GOOD results when quarry is hit in vital locations.

Cons
A little pricey for just target shooting. Worth the money for hunting game and providing good results when hit.

4.0
By scottMay 5, 2018 Verified Purchase

shoot very well...not much dirt they are a little lighter then whats printed the tin...only 4 stars

Pros
accurate

Cons
light

5.0
By TitusUSAJanuary 1, 2018

Penetrates, and penetrates. I bought these with hatsan edge vortex. 25 cal. At 650 fps ( as stated but I know it's less than that on impact but I don't have a chrono.) It gets the job done. That gun likes these pellets. My gun groups these at 1/4 inch groups at 20 yrs. But my longest kill is a rabbit at around 40 yrs with these. I shot a coyote with this at 17 yds ( head shot) dropped him in his tracks.

Pros
Accurate, and they penetrate

Cons
Price. Why are these$ 25.00 for 150? Even though I love these I'm considering the predator polymags because of the better price. H&N needs to figure out how to make the price a little better on these. They are good pellets but you kinda second guess using these before loading one.

5.0
By AlexUSAJuly 1, 2017

Superb penetration pellet. Jacket jamms but the tip is keep going.

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Will it fit a Benjamin Marauder

asked Luis from USA

You can single load them. They will not fit in the magazine.

Mark from USA
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