Things I liked:I have a Nitro Piston (950 fps) and a
Spring type(1000 fps) pellet rifle. They both shot descent groups with them. At twenty yards the pellets completely went through a half inch pine board and caused a lot more damage than regular pellets. There were only a couple odd shaped pellets in the tin. I haven't had an opportunity to hunt with them yet, so I can't say how they are against fur and flesh. Things I would have changed:There wasn't anything I didn't like about them What others should know:My Benjamin NP shot better groups than my Beeman RS-1 did with these pellets. You will have to sight in your rifle if you were shooting the lighter pellets. At 20 yards there wasn't too much difference, but after that I had to re-adjust my elevation and windage a little.
Things I liked:I shot these pellets with a Benjamin Trail NP. These pellets seated flush everytime,and I didn't feel any resistance when loading them. I have used other brand pellets and often I will get one that I have to push a little hard to get them to seat.
Since I already had my air rifle sighted in at 50 yds., I started shooting these benchrested to see the difference between the RWS and my regular brand. Accuracy is better with these.I was hitting a half dollar size target most of the time. Out of the 50 I shot, only 4 were fliers. The rest of the pellets either hit the bullseye or just missed it. Three of the five pellets shot in most groups touched, with the fourth and fifth shot still close. Things I would have changed:The design of the tin. The tin doesn't screw on and off it just pushes together. I'm used to a screw on type lid.I feel like there is a potential for the lid coming off at the wrong time. I like knowing the lid is secure. What others should know:To me these pellets are worth the money. I will use these for hunting small game. My other brand isn't as accurate as these, so I should have better luck. What good is an inconsistent pellet? I can't wait to go hunting with these!
Things I liked:It's a real nice design, and its easy to install. They even give you extra mounting plates for regular size picatinny rails. Things I would have changed:I would have to say lack of durability is it's downfall.The first one I received was already broke it was loose and the switch fell out of the scope.The switch is glued in place not screwed into the base. I called the excellent customer service and told them. They immediately sent out a replacement free of charge. The second scope came and I mounted it to the rifle. This scope was put on a powerful airsoft rifle, and with in 20 shots the scope became real loose, not the mount, but where the lens and light top part are connected to the power switch. There isn't an adjustable light setting, and it glares off the lens a bit. What others should know:This scope may be better suited for a low vibration gun. The on/off switch needs to be better secured.