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H&N Silver Point .22 Cal, 17.13 gr - 200 ct

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  • Code: PY-P-24 · $7.99 · .22 · 17.13 grains · 200 ct
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Medium-weight, very accurate pellet for hunting and precision shooting at medium ranges. Aerodynamic ribbed design for flat trajectories and high impact. Meant for airguns with high initial velocities only.
  • Caliber: .22
  • Grain: 17.13
  • Head Size: 5.50mm
  • Quantity: 200
  • Nose: Pointed
  • Use: Hunting, Hobby Shooting, Up To Ranges of 25 Yards
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.22
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight17.13 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity200 ct
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3.55 Reviews
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5.0
By JohnUSAApril 24, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
Out of my Hatsan 125 sniper vortex these fly around 820 to 830 FPS (about 26 FPE) with very good accuracy up to 30 yards. This would make a pretty decent hunting pellet, so much so I had to replace my older back stop after shooting these. Even tho I have used other pellets equal to weight these pellets have a higher penetration than flat headed or doomed pellets. I also noticed the vast majority in the tin fit snuggly into the chamber, with only a few going into the chamber loosely.

Cons
My only "wish" would be they came in a like a 500 count for a cheaper price but honestly they are not expensive in compared to other pellets.

2.0
By JamesUSAJanuary 1, 2020

Could not get consistent groupings with this pellet. 5-shot groups X 9 groups and group spread was consistently around 2-1/4" at 30-feet. Other pellets shoot 3/8" from the same Hatsan 135.

Pros
Cheap.

Cons
Inaccurate in my Hatsan 135.

4.0
By Tom or DeniseUSAFebruary 22, 2016

Since this pellet firs snug in Hatsan magazines, they work well in my P1 .22 , At44PA short and AT44PA long. On all 3 guns they group well. They do not spread as much as hollow points. They are penetrators and with accuracy they dispatch of medium critters humanely. With the weight and shape they put out high impact even in P1 pistol. I keep a magazine of H&N silverpoints along with H&N hunter extremes for AT44s and use the silver point exclusively with P1 pistol. All easily drop possum, rabbit and squirrel. I might soon switch to just using the silver point at $2 a tin cheaper than hunter extremes. With AT44 long barrel these penetrate 55gal. drum. That kind of power will put a hurtin" on whatever it hits.

Pros
Good weight for pcp power. Good price for heavier pellet. I use open sights and they group well.

Cons
Not great for shots over 100 ft as shape of pellet will cause drift.

2.0
By michaelUSAJune 27, 2014

I have a Stoeger X-10 all wood stock open sights and a Stoeger X-10 black stock with scope...both .22 cal. Both shoot the Skenco Ultramag, Gamo Rocket and Predator Polymag great at 40 & 50 ft. But, this H&N Silverpoint shoots accurate in the wood stock Stoeger at 50ft, however in the scoped Stoeger it has exactly a 2" drop at 50ft, with sometimes a grouping to the left or right (which could be trigger pull or imperfect skirts), but always 2" drop. and sometimes they tumble when they hit. It's not the scope if the other pellets are still hitting straight. What is the deal with these?

Pros
nice shape

Cons
inconsistent groupings and drastic drop compared to other pellets

5.0
By LawrenceUSAJune 10, 2014

My Marauder , Marauder pistol , Hatsan , Discovery and XL1100 shoot these straight as an arrow. They will even go through metal. got these in all cals available.

Pros
The best all rounder pellet you can buy. Very good long range pellet. 10 out of 10 in many different guns. Hatsan clip friendly.

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Will these fit into my Mrod rifle rotary mag or are they too long? Thanks

asked David from USA

Do these have good penetration

asked Pete from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

Is the actual tip lead or a "silver" metal? If so what metal?

asked Norm
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