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H&N Five-pack 5.5mm / .22 cal. hunting pellets

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Which hunting pellet is the right one? The choice of the right pellet is of absolute importance for your success in hunting. The new “five-pack 5.5mm / .22 cal. hunting pellets” contains the appropriate answer. In the proven, re-sealable tubes you will always find the right hunting pellet . All pellets have an excellent precision and devastating effect in the target. This assures fatal results, even with less-than-perfect shot placement and at longer ranges.

The following pellets are included:
Crow Magnum (~30 pieces)
Medium weight, hunting pellet with flat trajectory for medium ranges. Maximum shock effect and deformation of pellets. Smooth with large hollow point.

Silver Point (~35 pieces)
Heavy, accurate hunting pellet for medium ranges. High impact and penetration with maximum shock effect. Smooth with blood grooves.

Baracuda Power (~30 pieces)
Heavy, exceptionally accurate pellet for long ranges. Special copper coating (20% harder). First-class aerodynamic design for high impact and penetration. Low deformation of pellet.

Baracuda Hunter (~30 pieces)
Heavy, exceptionally accurate hunting pellet with deep hollow point for long ranges. Best aerodynamic properties for maximum impact, high penetration and controlled deformation of pellet.

Baracuda Green (~30 pieces)
Lead-free, lightweight high-velocity pellet with maximum accuracy for competition and hunting. Almost supersonic velocity with a very flat trajectory for medium ranges. Special tin alloy. High impact and penetration. Smooth.

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