Things I liked:I like the weight, accuracy and the price of them which is low... Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:These pellets work great in my Crosman 2300T that I put a 18" barrel on. I shoot at 50 feet away at paper targets, they are now my go to pellets, also for shooting at tin cans I shoot the Winchester pointed pellets that I find are accurate like the Winchester flat nose pellets.
Things I liked:Very accurate in my Crosman 2300T that has a 18 inch barrel, power valve and spring, I shoot at 50 feet away. The price is nice and low. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I nice heavy pellet that hits hard
Things I liked:They hit hard, very accurate out of my Crosman 2300T that has a 21 inch barrel and a power valve. Things I would have changed:More for the money What others should know:I don't see too many brass tipped pellets, these are my go to pellets when shooting at tin cans, maybe at some pesky varmints which it would do nicely.
Things I liked:They hit hard and accurate Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:Was looking for a pellet that would go through a thick empty food can,this one won't out of my Crosman 2300 that has a 18 inch barrel and a power valve, but the pellet that will is the Predator Metalmag Pellets..
Things I liked:It is made of metal,except for the front sight and the grips... Things I would have changed:Let's put it this way, things I have changed to my liking....First off I wanted more power, I changed the barrel to 18 inch, added a power valve, heavier hammer spring and a longer probe. Then added wood grips, red laser. This pellet gun shoots very hard, I shoot at tin cans 50 feet away, it goes right in the can with a loud sound... What others should know:I use Winchester flat nose for paper target shooting and pointed Metalmag for shooting tin cans...This pistol can be modified and worked on very easily, you can purchase parts for it and upgrades from folks on Eaby...
Things I liked:They hit hard and are accurate at the 50 feet that I shoot at coming out of my Crosman 2300 that has a power valve, 18 inch barrel and extended probe. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:At 50 feet away they make nice small holes in the front of a tin can and come out much bigger on the other side. These pellets would be very deadly against varmints for sure...I set up a paper target at 50 feet away two of the three shots were right in the middle of the bulls eye,the third shot the muzzle moved slightly..
Things I liked:I like the weight of which it is heavy, the quietness of it,the accuracy. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:You have to clean the bore first real good, the first shot the gun made a noise like a 22L, it sounded like a real gun going off, so be prepared for that sound,after a shot or two it will be very quiet. I tried different pellets of which a few fell out as I was locking the barrel after cocking it, I use RWS pellets which have a wide skirt as to not fall out of the breech.The scope I don't care for I replaced it. It is very accurate makes nice round holes in paper targets with flat head pellets...
Things I liked:After about 500 pellets it is right on target about a dime in size groupings. It hits hard has alot of power to it, I shot into a phone book of which is 1,000 pages at close range it went right through it.. Things I would have changed:The trigger is abit heavy.. What others should know:I have had this pellet rifle for 3 weeks now, the other day I went to cock the rifle the screw behind the trigger guard dropped out and onto the floor and the rifle was coming out of the stock from where that screw was at. So I unscrewed the two screws at the front and lifted the stock off, the trigger mechanism was off to the side a few pins csme out of which there are 6, I put the pins in and noticed one pin I think it was to the right of the secondary sear would not come out it was bent, just wonder in time would that pin get more and more bent then the rifle will not operate, wonder if Umarex is aware of this.
Things I liked:Compared to the Octane of which I have this rifle is not as long, heavy or abit extra to cock and shoot standing at a non rest. It is not bulky a little bit on the thin side. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I use RWS Supermag 9.3 gm pellets which give me and this rifle tight groupings....Made sure the screw behind the trigger is tight and the two screws up front on the stock are tight...
Things I liked:Clean looking pellets that don't have that dark look of lead pellets. Things I would have changed:Have it abit wider at the skirt needs to be more snug in my Umarex Fuel break barrel rifle. What others should know:I found these very accurate coming out of my Umarex Fuel break barrel rifle. The first time I shot them I shot 5 pellets at a paper bulls eye 50 feet away, all holes were touching.....will buy more after I thin out the pellets I have...
Things I liked:These are clean pellets, I found very accurate at the 50 feet that I shoot at. I have tried many pellets it gets to a point that you spend so much money to find the right one, I no longer have to search and spend money. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Accurate and clean
Things I liked:I have tried alot of different pellets in my Crossman Titan 177,I finally found a pellet that is accurate for this rifle. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The skirts are soft, but being that it is a very accurate pellet for my Crossman Titan
Things I liked:The woodstock is smooth and light in weight, it is easy to cock. Things I would have changed:I changed the trigger to a Charlie Da Tuna trigger for the Titan trigger was just way to long of a pull. What others should know:You have to find the right pellet for this gun it is very frustrating to do so, I found so far the JSB domed 8.44 and the H&N domed 8.64. If you have to replace the breech seal you can if ya want buy O rings at Home Depot, 10 for $2.27 as opposed to the factory seal which is $10 just for one, the number O ring is #83, you have to push it down real good with a flat head screwdriver, after that it is in real good, it has a tight seal
Things I liked:Nice heavy pellet for my Crosman Titan. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:They fit tight in my Crosman Titan 177, have to push abit with my thumb but that is ok for there is no air loss. These are now my go to pellet I find them very accurate for the distance I shoot at which is 50 feet. They are nice and clean and shiny.
Things I liked:Nice and clean, fit tightly, very accurate for the distance I shoot at which is 50 feet. Things I would have changed:Notin What others should know:These and the H&N domed 10.65 pellets are my go to pellets no more searching for the right one for my Crosman Titan NP..Have to push in abit with my thumb but that is ok for ya don't want any air escaping....If your not getting tight groupings it is not the pellet.
Things I liked:They are a hard metal not like the JSB pellets that you can crush between your fingers, they fit tightly which is good so no air escapes, very accurate coming out of my Crosman Titan. This is my new go to pellet.The thing is ya can't use loose fitting pellets for they will drop out when bringing the barrel back in place. Things I would have changed:Notin What others should know:If ya want a pellet that is made of a hard metal and fits tight and is accurate try these out, they are well worth it.
Things I liked:Clean looking pellets Things I would have changed:Notin What others should know:They shoot accurate coming out of my Crosman Titan NP 177, has a nice weight to it, hard hitting pellet ..