Things I liked:Consistent and well packaged. Things I would have changed:screw on lid What others should know:These shoot so well in my 1st generation M-Rod. The gun is tuned to shoot the JSB's on average at 800 fps. Stacks these pellets at 35 yards and a ragged hole at 50 yards!
Things I liked:Hits chipmunks and red squirrels hard! Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Had these in a H&N pellet sampler and after trying many .177 pellets in my brothers early 90's Benjamin pump 397, these H&N Silver Points shoot AMAZING! Other pellets shot well but these were stacking on top of each other at 15 and 20 yards. It should be noted the 397 was rebuilt and steroided by Mac 1 air guns. For testing we only pumped the gun the normal 8 pumps.
More than one red squirrel and chipmunk has fallen to the 397 now!
Things I liked:nice price, uniform pellet, well packaged. Things I would have changed:screw on lid What others should know:These shoot the best out of my 1970 Racine Sheridan. Consistently hit dime sized shoot and see dots at 25 feet, off hand.
The old Benji cylinder pellets almost shoot as well but tried these on a recommendation and glad I did as they shoot even better. At 8 pumps these shoot at 675-680 fps over the crony.
Things I liked:Value for the money Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I bought these to test in a BAM-50 .177. SO far one of the best shooting pellets I tried. Not sure if they will be the go to pellet yet as I need ot shoot more. Basically under a dime, or stacking, at 20 yards.
Things I liked:copper coating Things I would have changed:screw on lid What others should know:Tried these in my Drozd Bumblebee. Very, very accurate but I am am one of the unlucky ones and no matter what adjustments made am getting feeding problems in the 30 round magazine. Sometimes this happens with the 30 round mags...they hate the lead balls they are supposed to shoot and jam up the magazine. This is NOT H&N's fault, its part of owning a Drozd.
Things I liked:Great sample pack with a fair number of pellets for testing. Things I would have changed:Had pellets weights listed incorrectly on the back of packaging? What others should know:If getting into FT shooting, here is a great place to start testing pellets. The 4.51 head in the Barracuda Match are 'one holers' at 20 yards with the BAM-50 .177 I am using.