Things I liked:Noticable seams. Used in Spring guns, Crosman P30, S&W M4505, these won't even hit the target at 10m!! Switching to TSD .2 Bio, I'm hitting the black/red.....[??] Things I would have changed:These cost as much as the good bb's but are very inconsistent.
Things I liked:Seems well made. What others should know:CAUTION - hi velocity [ co2 guns] will just bounce [.20 + .25 gm BBs ] ritht off and not stick. The .20 from my springer do stick, but roll down before I can get off 5 rounds and walk the 25' to check the target.
Things I liked:Small and portable. Print all the targets you want online at Crossman.com
great for the basement - reuse your BBs, after picking the paper shards out. Things I would have changed:For its intended use, great. Not its fault if I've gone to a 350+fps pistol. What others should know:My co2 pistol is chewing the plastic up a bit, but have fired hundreds of rounds. No problem with my 2 springer pistols.
Keep the used target for a backer behind the fresh target, or the BBs will go thru the mesh. Or, put a liteweight cardboard as a target backer.
At this point, I'm probably headed towards a .177 match pistol, so my first move is going to be a silent pellet trap - the targets just stick onto the putty...and the putty will stop a .22lr live round.
A benefit to a larger target is a 12 bull sheet...