Things I liked:Very well made, very few blemishes, chronographed out of a Feinwerkbau 700 & 800 with low SD, very accurate, 10 pellets in 5.6 mm. Nice practice ammunition for 10 meter rifles or outstanding choice for other disciplines.
Things I liked:Durable, has a fold that pours the pellets back to original tins after the match or shoot. Things I would have changed:Include a neck lanyard as most shooters I see place the pouch on a lanyard hung from the neck and to shoot Field Target, Silhouette, or Fun Steel.
Things I liked:These pellets are accurate in most are rifles. They are well made and occasionally there is a bent skirt or two. There is however a weight variance of 0.52-0.55 grams, which for a competition shooter can make the difference between a nine or a ten. I weigh out all these pellets and sort by weight and they are my go to when shooting the 50 yard targets at Bench Rest, Silhouette, and Field Target. Things I would have changed:I rated 3 for shape/size/distrbution based solely on the weight factor, and since I handle each and every pellet in sorting and weighing I notice more of the flaws in the skirts and heads which affect performace on the range. What others should know:Many competitors swear by these pellets, spending the time to weigh each one out, line them up and spray lube them; some have 10+ years and multiple medals won by these pellets. The fact is the barrel-rifle combo with some chronographics and time on the bench shooting groupings will tell you the best pellet for your rifle.