Sheridans were just made to be accurate. Even the small cans & yellow plastic boxes of pellets shot well enough to put a lot of meat on the table for me. I do prefer the JSB in 13.73, like below ;https://www.trenierairguns.com/product/jsb-exact-20-cal-pellets-13-73-grains-domed/12?cp=true&sa=false&sbp=false&q=false&category_id=7
PA sells 4 for the price of 3, so 4= $75Trenier $ 16.50 x 4 = $66Note - these figures do not include taxes & shipping. Look it up by your location.
Yes, for the best pricing & comparison, I think buying 4 is the way to go. I always get that many at a time. One note, if you order 4 mixed tins from PA, the cheapest tin is the one that is free. PA also has discount codes to use, which helps. Both PA & Trenier pack well .
Are JSB and H&N the only producers of .20 pellets now?
I am seeing some " iHunter " pellets in .20 for sale in the U.S. , lately. This is a British company, but I am not sure if they make their own pellets or not. I have not tried any of their ammo, so I cannot vouch for those . https://www.ihunter.co.uk/product-category/ihunter-shop/pellets-bbs-co2/pellets/pellets-by-caliber/20/