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H&N Piledriver .22 Cal, 30 gr - 150 ct

H&N Piledriver .22 Cal, 30 gr - 150 ct

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  • Code: 99105500001 · 0.22 cal · 30 gr · 150 ct
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Ammo Weight30 gr
  • Pellet ShapeDomed
  • Pellet Quantity150
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H&N Piledriver .22 Cal, 30 gr - 150 ct
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60% Recommend this product (3 of 5 responses)
By Edward
San Diego, CA
Just a touch big
March 24, 2019
I tried these in my Seneca Aspen on high power setting. Very very tight fit. Too much effort to push the lever home. I shot 3 before pulling the magazine to figure out why. I have some Crosman lead free pellets with (I think) a HDPE skirt. I fired a couple of those through, and they dragged some thin semi-cylinders of lead out with them.

I put a micrometer on a few Piledrivers and got .233-.224€. I compared that with other pellets that chamber fine. Those are often .223€ also. The difference is that is the *skirt* diameter on a diabolo shape. The heads are .220 or a touch less. The thin skirts deform to the rifle lands easily, and fill the grooves for a good gas seal. The Piledriver is a slug with low rings moulded around either end, I€™m guessing to create a gas seal and grab the lands like the diabolo skirt. It also has longitudinal ridges between the rings. I€™m not sure what those are for.

I think I€™ll chamber one more of these in the Aspen, then either push it back out with a cleaning rod or shoot it into a trash can full of water. Or both. Then I can get a better idea of what€™s happening with those things. I€™ll update here when I do.

This slug might work well on a Huben K1 which uses a slightly oversized slug anyway.
Best UsesMedium game in a Huben K1.
By paul
Big Blue Pacific Guam
Neutral rating
July 24, 2018
I know it says only for PCP rifles, but I figured a Gamo Magnum would be able to push them. It probably could if the pellets could fit in the barrel. Way too big.
ProsAlso can't say because I didn't get a chance to fire them.
ConsWon't fit Gamo Magnum .22. Odd...I thought .22s were supposed to be the same size? The Sniper Magnums shoot like a dream, though. Ÿ‘
Best UsesCan't say as I didn't get a chance to fire them
By jeff
VA
size
April 24, 2018
airforce condor in .22 these are a very tight fit. the rear of the dam thing sticks out 3/32. fires but real tight to seat'
Proslook cool/ heavy.
Consjust this side of to big in a l.w. .22 barrel.
Best Usespaper weight maybe?
By TonyD
Arizona
pile driver
August 21, 2017
For me, not good, I think I made the mistake of getting too heavy a pellet for my FX RANCHERO PISTOL, It was the only 22 cal. I have and it was just too much for the pistol to handle.
ProsWell made, killer design.
ConsToo big for my pistol, maybe better used on a rifle.
By Michael
Gillette, WY
Won't Fit In My Daystate MK4is Barrel
August 4, 2017
My Daystate MK4is does not like hard lead pellets like those in the H&N line. These pellets are near impossible to chamber in the barrel. Pity, because I've read good things about the pellet that I am unable to support or refute them.
Pros-Good reputation.
Cons-Head size too large and lead too hard to fit in my rifle.
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