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H&N Sniper Light .22 Cal, 14 gr - 250 ct

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  • Code: 99115500002 · $8.99 · .22 · 14 grains · 250 ct
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHaendler & Natermann
  • Caliber.22
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight14 grains
  • Pellet ShapeDomed/Round nose
  • Pellet Quantity250 ct
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5.0
By HughUSAApril 26, 2020 Verified Purchase

A snug fit is important when using the SIG Sauer MCX .22 cal pcp rifle. The Crosman Premiere 14.3 gn hollow points did not work well in my Sig. I would find 4 or five pellets still in the belt after shooting 30 shots. So what ever pellet you choose for the Sig MCX make sure the fit is snug.

Pros
These Sniper Lights in .22 caliber work very well in my Sig Sauer MCX .22 pcp. The average velocity was 610.73 fps. They generated on average 11.63 foot pounds of energy. I have not tested them for accuracy but they seemed to do pretty well at close range.

Cons
I'm not sure i would change anything

5.0
By KendallUSANovember 11, 2018 Verified Purchase

For being on the lite side these shot decent, wasn’t the tightest group my BullBoss boss can shoot but not bad out to 40 yrds, nice compact design, skirts seemed to have some strength to them, if did have damage u cld fix easy when loading into clip then using nose of another pellet to reform,

Pros
Clean, liked the design, shot decent groups

5.0
By BryanUSAJanuary 1, 2018

Very accurate in my 2017 Umarex Octane .22 hitting soda bottles out to 60 yards

Pros
Very well made pellet

Cons
Could increase to 300 a can

5.0
By Joe DUSADecember 26, 2017 Verified Purchase

My Gauntlet really likes these pellets, very accurate out to 50 yards. No damaged skirts, great quality

Pros
Good quality definitely give them a try

Cons
Make them in 500 tim

5.0
By DanNovember 22, 2017 Verified Purchase

I normally prefer heavier grain ammo or at least one of my rifles does and when I occasionally switch to a lighter grain I would have to re zero my scope. These shot excellent groups without any re zeroing and are comparable to JSB if not better. Also higher velocities at this weight which is nice depending on what you are shooting for.

Pros
Excellent groups, high velocity with pcp rifles, rugged shape and uniformity.

Cons
I fear that the ridged skirts may dirty your barrel faster than other pellets.

5.0
By MichaelUSAJuly 9, 2017

I have found these pellets are goo for low powered close range guns that need a lighter pellet to keep the FPS up for better accuracy and grouping at closer ranges.

Pros
The dumbbell shape allows these pellets to buck the wind better than plain diabolo pellets can which allows for tighter groups. The light weight works well in lower powered rifles or pistols to keep the velocity higher for better long range accuracy.

Cons
No cons that I can think of with these quality pellets.

5.0
By Mike B.June 1, 2017

I am shooting these out of a Gamo Coyote. At 30 yards it is one ragged hole. Very acurate.

Pros
Great quality.

Cons
I didn't buy enough.

4.0
By scottUSAMarch 22, 2017 Verified Purchase

I Like these pellets in most of my 22 guns they are very accurate and group well. I shoot a squirrel at about 20 yards dropped like a rock from 10 feet one shot

Pros
nice uniform pellet only had one or two that were not good got 2 more tins

4.0
By LouisUSAMarch 7, 2017

I bought these pellets to try in my .22 caliber Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim. These pellets are very clean and consistently shaped. I don't think these are the right pellet for this air rifle. Groups were consistent and small (less than .4 inches) at 10 yards. However, when I increased range to 25 yards, the groups started to open up to greater than 1.5 inches. I also feel that velocities are inconsistent and muzzle energy is too low for this rifle. Here are the statistics from my Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim. Velocities and shot group is from a 10 shot string at 25 yards: Velocity Min - 677 fps Velocity Max - 705 fps Velocity Ave - 691 fps Standard Dev - 10.98 fps Extreme Spread - 28 fps Muzzle Energy - 14.89 fpe Best Group(25 yds) - 1.6 inches Compared to the H&N Sniper Magnum (18.06 gr) under the same test: Velocity Min - 634 fps Velocity Max - 642 fps Velocity Ave - 639 fps Standard Dev - 2.54 fps Extreme Spread - 8 fps Muzzle Energy - 16.37 fpe Best Group(25 yds) - .71 inches

Pros
Very clean, uniform and consistently shaped.

Cons
Does not shoot well from my .22 caliber Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim. I feel the price should be no more than $7.00 per tin of 250.

5.0
By KennyJanuary 20, 2017

Have shot about 100 of these in a crosman FIRE. Shoot consistently and are cleaner than others. Will buy againg for sure.

Pros
Consistent size and acuracy.

Cons
Maybe screw on lid.

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