Things I liked:They look cool but that's it. Things I would have changed:The indented small dome seems to cause drag causing the pellet to steer right or left compromising accuracy. The higher domed and more aerodynamic ones that Benjamin makes is the ideal pellet shape. What others should know:Terrible pellet flights. These pellets shot around a 5-8 inch grouping with my .25 cal Marauder at 25 yards. Beyond that, I can only hope it hits its intended targets.
Things I liked:Use: Small Game Hunting
Wooden Stock .25 Cal Marauder
Ammo: JSB Exact Kings
Upgrades: 10 LBS Hammer Spring
Sighted in at 40 yards I make consistent head shots on squirrels from 20 to 50 yards. Practically no kickbacks and trigger pull is light contributing to consistent accuracy. Best pellet I found are the JSB Exact Kings. Buy in bulk because they're always on pre-order and if you're going to be shooting a lot, which I guarantee you will. Things I would have changed:I prefer wooden stocks unlike the new synthetic one. Saying that, the wooden stocks should be lighter. I hunt all day in the field and carrying around this gun is very tiring even though I workout. What others should know:1. The o-rings tend to wear down pretty fast causing air leaks. Plus side is that many auto parts stores carry these standard o-rings and replacing is a synch.
2. If not chambered right, ammo can get stuck. All you have to do is keep wiggling on the clip until the pellet is freed or bent/crushed enough to be pull out. Don't worry though because the material surrounding that area will not get damaged if careful enough.