Things I liked:I'm just getting started with air guns (co2) These seem to work a lot better then the Crossman pellets. I still get some hang ups, but not much. Four for the price of three is a good deal though. Things I would have changed:? What others should know:?
Things I liked:I use splatter targets for my pellet pistols and my firearm pistols. For off hand and tac prep for rifle I will use these. I prefer paper targets for rifle sight in. Things I would have changed:not much What others should know:If you want to practice on full size man targets stapling one over center max lets you see your good hits easier. You will still want to use your man target without them, to force concentration.
Things I liked:I was hit by a truck two days before Christmas breaking my leg in several places. Sitting in my wheel chair with not much to do beside shoot my H&K USP down the hallway. I feel I can give a good evaluation on it.
I like the weight, and feel of the H&K. The accuracy is good enough and it was advertised as a skirmish weapon, not target practice. That being said I have used it at 18 feet (6 Yards) down my hall way. Most groups are 2 - 2 1/2 inches using mostly double tap tactical shooting (out of a wheel chair) with the occasional flyer to 4-5 inches. Things I would have changed:The trigger! God I wish someone would do something about the double action trigger pull on air guns. Air Soft, Pellet/bb etc. The double action trigger are just not realistic enough (way to heavy). Single action fine but double action suck. What others should know:Even with the heavy trigger, it should preform well enough for practical engagement. Looking forward to getting outside,on my feet and it isn't well below zero.
Things I liked:I works, It's ten bucks, it's not bad. Things I would have changed:The BB's start moving too soon. I don't know exactly where I hit before the BB starts to roll down the board. Except with my little addition. What others should know:I have been shooting 18 feet down my hallway(from a wheel chair broken leg) I couldn't see where I was hitting. I recently purchased a laptop bean bag that included a cheap battery operated light. Just for the heck of it I wrapped up the snake end of the light and positioned it next to the tray of the target, shining upwards. WOW! not only did it light the target the greenish/yellow BBs I used lit up like a black light painting or like little round glow sticks. Works really cool. Maybe someone will come up with this as part of a target???
Things I liked:First sling shot I ever owned. It took me 68 years but I finally got Mom's ok to buy one. Power of it surprises me. Accuracy depends on practice. Shoot it like you would shoot a bow instinctively. Things I would have changed:I think the next one will be a folding one.
If Mom lets me :-) What others should know:It's fun
Things I liked:Accuracy, mine was/is a nail driver Things I would have changed:I have about six/seven rotary magazines. At first it shot well, but now jams frequently ( I have tried several different brands of pellets). Pellets cock or partially come out of mags. Double action trigger (at 8 pounds) is deplorable. Single action at 5 is acceptable. What others should know:I purchased this to supplement my powder burner practice, but this doesn't really do it. Because of the 8 pound trigger pull, accurate multiple shots is unlikely. I wish I knew of a simulated striker fire blow back with a realistic trigger pull that was reliable. I don't want a TOY I want something I can get realistic practice that will save my life, when I go to my powder burner.