Things I liked:Very consistent. Theses are not too messy. These shot well out of a 1377, 2300 and shot a ragged hole at 33 feet out of a Flying Dragon tuned QB78. Out of a gas piston mod/ quest 1000 they were not as consistent. The pellets expand as described and transfer energy to the target very well. Things I would have changed:Larger quantity. What others should know:The hollow points seem to fly more accurately under 750 FPS. These also had fair accuracy at moderate and long ranges...40-60 yards.
Things I liked:No bent skirts. The heavier weight works is moderate and faster velocities. Things I would have changed:Not a thing. What others should know:These work great in crosman break barrels and lower velocity pistols.
Things I liked:These are accurate and consistent enough. Easy to load in single shot guns. Inexpensive. Things I would have changed:These are messy. What others should know:Good for practice seem to work well in lower velocities.
Things I liked:The version of this pistol has fiber optic sights in the same style as the P3 it emulates. The earlier version of this has target style sights. I bought the later version but I prefer the target style as they can be more precise. This pistol is very accurate with with either style of sights. Things I would have changed:Nothing, the P17 is a bargain. The durability of the two I own has been proven with over 3000 shots. What others should know:I use 7 gr. rws basic with very good results. Crosman 7.4 gr. wad cutters are nearly as accurate.
Things I liked:This pellet shoots well out of my Beeman P17 and Crosman 1377. Cuts clean holes. Not a lot of residue on the pellet. Things I would have changed:Bull packaging. I shoot a lot of these. What others should know:These are the best pistol pellet for paper punching and economical enough for plinking.
These seem to be too light for my NP crosman rifle.