Things I liked:This is just an absolutely awesome pellet. My RWS Diana 350 Magnum loves them! These pellets practically rip House Sparrows in half because they have so much power. Things I would have changed:The lid on the tin these pellets come in is not tight fitting. Often, the lid will slip off and all of your pellets will pour out of it. Totally, not cool! What others should know:For anyone that owns a .22, this pellet is an absolute must have!
Things I liked:These pellets are well made and are evenly distributed. They hit hard and are very accurate up to 25 yards! I found that hunting birds and squirrels with these pellets is very cost effective! At $6 for 500 pellets, these are probably the best .22 pellet an airgunner can use to plink or hunt. Things I would have changed:Perhaps put them in a metal tin. What others should know:Works great with RWS 350 Magnums!
Things I liked:The accuracy and power is unmatched. I have no problems using iron sights to shoot cans from 10 yards to an outwards of 70 yards in .22 caliber! If you get a scope, make sure you use a one piece mount with stop pins using Loctite (Blue) on the threads. RWS guns are known to have shallow screw holes for mount attachment; so, make sure you tighten the screw accordingly. Things I would have changed:I would make this gun a little lighter and perhaps a bit easier to cock. This gun is a bit on the expensive side-- there are some Chinese models made by BAM that are similar to power and design as this gun. What others should know:It's a very heavy gun. This is a gun that also requires a bit of upper strength if one plans to shoot all day with it. It is very tiresome for those who don't. My girlfriend is unable to cock this gun! =P
Oh, and my guns loves Predators, Crosman Premiers and Crow Magnum pellets. I found that I got the best grouping with these.