Things I liked:Very easy and convenient to use in most air guns Things I would have changed:Change the packaging to offer consumers a choice of 100 or 500 What others should know:A new airgun might come with a good deal of oil or similar solvent in the barrel. If so, I still recommend a few 100% cotton patches first, then the cleaning pellets. If you are lazy, just the cleaning pellets.
Things I liked:Very easy to handle, load, and shoot. Fairly accurate and have pretty good hitting power. Things I would have changed:As usual, the tins--why can we have a sort of screw top? What others should know:I find loading a .177 pellets a challenge in P-1, P-3, Dasiy 747, and GAMO Compact airguns. Yes, I am a "fumble-fingers" person. The Perfect Rounds are easy to deal with and load, and they have a fairly flat trajectory and hit hard. One day I'll try them with my Chrony and see what that looks like. They are fun, especially for plinking.
Things I liked:I find the .20 Ram Jet to be a great all purpose pellet for use in my Beeman R7 Rifle. I have not yet tried it at distances other than 10 meters and 25 yards. It is very accurate, has great knock down power, and works well on targets or in backyard plinking. Things I would have changed:Nothing on the pellet, but It would be nice if the lids on Beeman tins did not pop open so easily. What others should know:I have also fed the Ram Jet to my Beeman P-1 at 10 meters and 25 yards with very decent results--especially for plinking.
Things I liked:Good accuracy when using the non-deformed jumbos. Things I would have changed:Quality control on these pellets in the undamaged tin that I received is terrible! What others should know:1 in 10 pellets suffered misshaped skirts. 1 in 20 suffered extreme damage to the skirts--some would be dificult to get into the chamber without a great deal of reshaping. Interestesting, as I never experienced this with the .20 caliber exacts. I will not buy this pellet again, particularly in the 500 quantity, without examining them first. From a quality control standpoint I have had the least problems with the Beeman line of pellets.