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General Airgun Categories => Ammo, Accessories and Equipment => Topic started by: 21grains on July 24, 2017, 01:53:36 PM

Title: H&N FTT .177 8.64gr Test & Revue Weight,Head Size, #
Post by: 21grains on July 24, 2017, 01:53:36 PM
http://hardairmagazine.com/reviews/hn-field-target-trophy-8-64-grain-177-caliber-pellet-test-review/

Wish it was Testing a .22 for Hunting, not for shooting 12oz Tonic/Soda Cans w/Girly Cal. .177.....Franky
Ps. Good Test Tho. Good Read anyhow, even in .177 Cal. for Plinking only.
Title: Re: H&N FTT .177 8.64gr Test & Revue Weight,Head Size, #
Post by: Baggawind on July 25, 2017, 02:30:00 PM
30 yard maximum range for hunting ? What a load of bull . ANY .177 pellet has enough retained energy at 50 + yards to humanely kill a rabbit. And that is with rifle producing only 10.5 fpe. The secret it to learn the trajectory and how to shoot straight !!
Title: Re: H&N FTT .177 8.64gr Test & Revue Weight,Head Size, #
Post by: seagate on July 25, 2017, 09:39:44 PM
'' ANY .177 pellet has enough retained energy at 50 + yards to humanely kill a rabbit''
 
  problem being , most of us haven't enough retained accuracy at 50 yards  :(.
Title: Re: H&N FTT .177 8.64gr Test & Revue Weight,Head Size, #
Post by: Gambo on July 25, 2017, 10:11:59 PM
most of us haven't enough retained accuracy at 50 yards


Conversely............I have never managed to retain a .177 rifle. ;D
Title: Re: H&N FTT .177 8.64gr Test & Revue Weight,Head Size, #
Post by: 21grains on July 30, 2017, 08:39:34 PM
*(problem being , most of us haven't enough retained accuracy at 50 yards  :(. ) * Seagate

Bang on!!! and Sadly Very True Seagate.....Franky