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H&N Rabbit Magnum II .22 Cal, 25.62 gr - 200 ct

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Heaviest hunting projectile for long ranges. Unique aerodynamic torpedo design. Maximum possible impact and maximum penetration. Lowest rate of lead fouling and consistent shot spreads thanks to special alloy and lubrication.
  • Caliber: .22
  • Grain: 25.62
  • Head Size: 5.50mm*
  • Quantity: 200
  • Nose: Domed (Cylindrical with round nose)
  • Use: Hunting and Pest Control up to ranges of 50 yards
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.22
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight25.62 grains
  • Pellet ShapeCylindrical
  • Pellet Quantity200 ct
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
3.5
3.510 Reviews
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5.0
By CharlesUSAJuly 24, 2019 Verified Purchase

great ammo, used in a Air Force Condor, this are very consistent up to 50 yards. l live on an avocado / cattle ranch, you want ground squirrels we got ground squirrels.

Pros
straight and level to 50 yards. rounds are very consistent and clean.

Cons
no good in any thing other then a PCP.

1.0
By alexDecember 1, 2018 Verified Purchase

Ammo was very inconsistent in a Benjamin Synrod.Up to two feet off target, where more traditional pellets were grouping 1/2 inch at 25 yards.

4.0
By ManuelUSAMarch 5, 2018

These pellets were sledgehammers when shot with my Evanix ar6 ( which is the gun I bought them for) but of course I tried them out with my other guns too. Springers didnt have enough power to shoot them well. I intend to use my Evanix ar6 for hunting and plan to use these pellets and some other slugs that got respectable groups as my ammunition on my hunting excursions.

Pros
My groups were pretty decent at 50 yards and holding good enough I would be comfortable taking shots beyond 75 yards. 100 yards is as far as I will take a shot ( regardless of ammunition or gun) though. I know what I can and cannot do with my scopes and still get a good humane shot on my target.

Cons
None really. All ammo has the occasional flyer. If I got 3-4 shots grouping well the 5th or 6 shot would stray further from the rest and that seemed to almost happen with every group. Even the stray shot would be a kill shot though ( at least with the Evanix ar6) so not so much with my other guns. Nothing to complain about here.

4.0
By DennisUSAJanuary 27, 2017

These are some very heavy pellets but can only be used with a PCP. Do not try them with a break barrel.

Pros
Heavy PCP pellets

Cons
not for break barrels

1.0
By robert f.July 13, 2015

had a 2" group at 15 yards. Part of a sampler pack. all pellets were in very good condition. My Prod just does not like them.

5.0
By SHAWNUSAJuly 11, 2015

Awesome product. Give me the ability to take down game with the same effectiveness as a powder load. Took out a problem-some fox at 25 yards. He dropped like a stone. Will buy again without a doubt.

Pros
Total knock-down power

Cons
NONE

5.0
By robertMarch 12, 2015

i love the sound these pellets make when they hit. the sound of ft lbs .they work good with the umarex octane .22 . i would like to try the piledriver pellet with this gun, which are 30 grains, but i think the rabbit mag are the way to go.

Pros
good grouping, good hitting power

Cons
none

2.0
By RBUCKMSTROctober 30, 2014

The pellets do not fit my Webley Alect, and they are way to tight in my RWS Model 48 Rifle. I plan to return the other 2 tins I bought.

Pros
Design and weight I was looking for.

Cons
Don't fit the .22 cal. airguns I own.

3.0
By DavidCanadaApril 25, 2014

I like the pellets, they are heavy and when loading you have the feeling you are loading a "bullet". However it's not for my rifle. The skirt is a little to wide to fit in the barrel.

5.0
By majiMarch 31, 2013

The best bullets for air gun for med. hunts and some large. This is the one they never have in stock.

Pros
Best for hunting.

Cons
never have them in stock

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The tin I bought said for pcp rifles only, why is that?

asked Ben

Mine said the same thing. I don't know why they have a completely different lid for the tin on the website but I was also very unhappy with my purchase because it doesn't fit in any of mine and was a waste of $15. I love the website but come on. Fix something like that, got people wasting money on them that can't use them.

Nick

Because they are slightly larger diameter than most spring guns chamber. Read the reviews most didn't fit the spring guns.

Timothy from USA

Because of the weight, spring guns can shoot then but only if it's a 20ftlb gun minimum and these really like 35 plus ftlbs.. so in your run of the mill 15 ftlb springer these are gonna be a,waste of time as the trajectory will look like a rainbow.. it will be such an archive it will be nearly unusable except for at one distance

Samuel

Longer skirted, and heavy, dense rounds like these will need the extra ft/lbs, and fps. Also, pcp rifles lack "debounce" that springers have, which can throw off accuracy and puts a lot of stress on the spring and piston. Heavier rounds are also louder when they leave the muzzle, and pcp rifles will still have less report.

ArmyVet76

The spring piston is calibrated to work with standard weight pellets and use could damage the power plant. I've also seen these not fit in break barrel rifles.

Nick

These are fairly massive @ 25 grains , best suited for high powered air rifles . The cylindrical shape lends it well to fitting the repeater magazines ... fat but not too long ... like a good cigar ... slightly harder and larger volumetrically than pure lead , these should work well for PCP rifles .

Alan

It is Recommended for (PCP) Rifles, because the Shape/Weight and Style of Pellet, Looking Almost Like a Bullet, With "Sealing Bands", Require an Airgun with at Least 1,000FPS of Power in Order to Properly Rifle, and Not "Tumble" in Mid~Flight , and Properly Carry Downrange~Energy, and with the Heavy~Weight (25gr), be Accurate At the Same Time! Anything Less, Would Just Be a Waste of Money, as These Aren't the Cheapest 22 Pellets, at about $14 per Tin of (200), and Simply Wouldn't Be Serving these Pellets the Justice They Deserve!

Richard from USA

Probably because they are so big and heavy they need a strong gun to shoot them. They sucked for accuracy in my Prod.

robert f
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