H&N Field Target Trophy Pellets - AMMO TEST
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- Last updated: 12/02/2024
Despite periodic dalliances with radical pellet design, the humble and traditional dome-headed pellet with a waisted skirt still reigns supreme. Why? Because this tried and tested profile still edges out most rivals for down-range stability, raw accuracy, and overall efficiency.
Haendler and Natermann, better known as H&N to any serious airgun enthusiast, is recognised as a world-class ammunition manufacturer, and its quality pellets have been a key player in the market for many decades. Well, since 1825 to be precise! Unsurprisingly, the company has learned a thing or two in that time, and its current range of pellets represents many years of research.
H&N Field Target Trophy have a great reputation, and at 8.64-grains in .177 calibre, they come in as a slightly heavier option when compared to many of the dome heads currently in vogue. These shuttlecock-styled lead pellets have that slightly longer, rounder, domed head section, and the slightly harder lead is the result of a higher antimony content in the mix. On inspection, the quality and precision are immediately obvious, making the Field Target Trophy a serious choice for either Field Target shooting or Hunter Field Target, where the challenge needs to be met with consistent performance down range.
Classy ammo, aimed at the more demanding airgun shooter.