Things I liked: I have a collection of older Crosmans, these shoot very well in about all of them, CO2 guns as well as pumpers. I have shot several thousand of these as well as the 15.9's and they outperform everything else I have tried in these old guns. Excellent value! Things I would have changed:Not a thing. What others should know:Thin skirts are easily bent but have little if any effect on accuracy. The skirt is blown out into the rifling when fired. I have found very few bent skirts in mine. No problems with the tin, the lid snaps on securely.
Things I liked: I purchased some of these to try in my old Crosman model 400, a repeater that can only shoot wadcutters. I am happy to report that they cycle perfectly and are every bit as accurate as the more expensive German pellets I have been using. Very reasonably priced, I will be getting more of these. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know: Try some of these if you have an older repeater with a tubular magazine. Good quality flat nose pellet for targets or close range hunting.
Things I liked:Reasonably priced. I used one to mount a scope on a 60 year old Crosman model 113. Works quite well. Things I would have changed:Longer than I need it but it is a simple job to cut to desired length. What others should know:Takes some careful eye-balling to get it on straight up. It is a good idea to apply some kind of no-slip coating to the inner bearing surface. This greatly reduces the chance of shifting.