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Anyone use Hatsan Vortex Strike Pellets?

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Alan:
This is one of the reasons I switched brands of slugs from FX (whoever makes them), to NSA slugs—just too much chaff or chad as the case may be. The question remains, how do you "clean" them, without distorting them?

There is another issue, I brought up (alluded to perhaps) during the discussion about indexing pellets. The skirt and head outside diameter could be very close from pellet to pellet. But even if they were, the variation in skirt symmetry would negate any effort in "indexing" them for accuracy purposes. Put another way, the methodology of making slugs, tends to be much more precise than those used to make pellets. As Bob mentioned, pellets can indeed be very accurate, the percentage of fliers notwithstanding. And I should add, I have never experienced what I would call a flier, while shooting slugs at targets. If I miss hitting the mark, it is assuredly me, not the slug!

JungleShooter:
Steveoh,

do you have any info on who makes the Vortex pellets?  Like the tin stating "Made in" or "Manufactured by"?

I'm trying to edit a .22 pellet BC table and there are quite a few pellets in the Vortex lineup.

Thanks. 😊

Matthias

Alan:
Vortex is a trademark of Hatsan, and personally, I haven't a clue who actually makes them. They have an 800 number you might call.

HatsanUSA, Inc.
P.O. Box 576
Bentonville, AR 72712

Phone: 1.877.278.4448

steveoh:

--- Quote from: JungleShooter on September 07, 2021, 01:02:59 PM ---Steveoh,

do you have any info on who makes the Vortex pellets?  Like the tin stating "Made in" or "Manufactured by"?

I'm trying to edit a .22 pellet BC table and there are quite a few pellets in the Vortex lineup.

Thanks. 😊

Matthias

--- End quote ---

Made in Argentina.

Smoke4320:
vortex pellets look like someone trying to learn to cast and no idea how to. then once cast chucking them across the room one at a time to land in a metal bucket

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