Things I liked:These pellets are high quality pellets and the price is pretty good for a .25 cal pellet. They are running about 750fps in my Talon SS and group less than .5" ctc at 35 yards. Also hold up well out to 100 yards (2-3 inch groups at 100 yards). Things I would have changed:I wish H&N would make this style pellet in a heavier weight like the JSB Kings or Benjamin Domes. What others should know:These pellets aren't very snug in my particular barrel and I get an occasional flyer (less than .5").
Things I liked:This pellet is very sturdy and hits with authority. I can get them to about 700fps (maxed out) in my stock Talon SS but usually run them about 670fps. Accuracy is so so with most groups running about 3/4" at 35 yards. The pellets are very loose in my particular barrel which probably causes the open groups. Things I would have changed:I wish H&N would make these in different head sizes like they do in .22 cal. Also, bring the price down a little. What others should know:Heavy pellets like these squeeze much more energy out of the short Talon SS barrels than lighter pellets do. I found this to be more predominate in the .25 barrel than in my original .22 barrel.
Things I liked:These pellets look tough and I do like crosman products. I love the screw-on-lid on crosman/benjamin pellet tins. These pellets are running about 690fps in my stock Talon SS and group around 1/2 to 3/4 inchs at 35 yards. Not the best by far but each barrel is different. Things I would have changed:Crosman seems to have a problem with pellets being different sizes. I noticed this in .22 crosman premiers first and now with the .25 Domes. Some pellets fit tight and some fit loose (occasionally, one will fall out of my Talon SS). If they could get this under control, these pellets would be the top of the list for me. What others should know:I did shoot some very tight groups with these pellets when I removed the loose fitting pellets and sorted for weight but this is too time consuming and expensive as I lost about 50% of the pellets in the tin doing it this way. Again, my barrel may be a bit "loose".