Things I liked:Safely stops .25 cal pellets from my BT NPXL. Very well made and heavy. I like that I can shoot my .22 at it if I feel like it. I don't think it's all that loud on impact. This little box is pretty impressive at what it can do. Things I would have changed:Why do they bother with the paint job? The pellets absolutely nuke the coating and it ends up as a fine powder in the bottom of the trap with the lead. I do get small rips in the target from small pieces of lead hitting them after the pellet hits. Cover the opening tightly with a piece of cardboard and attach your target to that. Make sure the cardboard is small enough that you can still tell where the trap area is! What others should know:Shooting in your house is fun, use this to make it far less dangerous and damaging.
Things I liked:They work as advertised. Quick kills and fewer pests to eat our food. They really do impart their energy into the target. I was surprised to discover that these are one of the most accurate pellets out of my Benjamin NP XL 725. Things I would have changed:The lid doesn't stay on very well when the tin is mostly full. I'm probably being overly paranoid, but I feel like the plastic part is more fragile and I always handle the pellets to avoid damaging the "nosecones." If they're bent or dinged up I'm sure it will hurt the accuracy. What others should know:It's hard to discuss my experiences with this pellet without being graphic, but just know that if you need to dispatch an appropriately sized pest for your gun that these will get it done. I know it's not comparable in terms of FPE, so don't get me wrong, but the wounds remind me of what I've seen .22 rimfire hollow points do. You walk up to the dead pests and think "that stinks, I have to clean THAT up." Poor critters.