Things I liked: They produced good velocity in my .22 Caliber Gamo Whisper.
Things I would have changed: The overall quality was very poor. I expected a much better product from Beeman. Weight varied as much as one grain per pellet. Eight of ten pellets were poorly formed at the base of the pellet and had a lot of thin lead protrusions. Very poor quality!
What others should know: I have had good results with Beeman's match pellets, but will never buy another tin of .22 Caliber Laser pellets.
Things I liked: Very uniform and they shoot great in my Gamo pellet gun. I get about 680 feet per second. They are good to about fifty five yards on the local gopher (ground squirrel) population.
Things I would have changed: Price! You need to buy four cans to get a good price from Pyramyd Air.
What others should know: RWS Superpoint and Hollow Point also shoot very well, but don't perform significantly better than the domed and they cost more.
Things I liked: It fits my Talon SS tank well. Helps keep count of pellets fired when target shooting.
Things I would have changed: Use a better pellet retainer. This one looses pellets regularly. Lower price.
What others should know: This is not for a hunting excursion. My .22 cal. Pellets come out and are lost frequently. They make a thicker model which may work better for the longer pellets. The ones I own are .250 models and they won't keep the Crossman Premiers in check let alone HN Barracudas (Beeman Kodiaks). I would like to give them a better rating, but honestly can not. I'll experiment with them for a while and see if I can figure a way to make them more useful for hunting. I may add some kind of a flap to cover the pellets while hunting to keep them from falling out. They work OK for target shooting as long as you are careful.
Things I liked: Shoot well in my Talon SS. Less expensive than JSBs & Beeman pellets
Things I would have changed: Lower price
What others should know: I'm not certain what the difference is between the 500 count CP in the can (1.79 cents ea.) and the CP in the 625 count cardboard box is (3.5 cents ea.), but those in the can are a great deal less expensive - $8 something per tin or $22 something for the cardboard box.