Things I liked:The ease of loading the 6 shot cylinder, the smooth recoiless action, the amount of shots per each full fill, the awesome fire power, incredible!!!. Things I would have changed:Needs a larger mounting area for better scope placement. The power setting dial could be better, goes around further than one complete setting range. What others should know:It's worth picking up some extra 6 shot cylinders so you don't have to reload so quickly. And you'll definitely want to get a scope, as this baby gots some ability to shoot at a good distance.
Things I liked:My Sumatra 2500R seems to like this pellet. Things I would have changed:Sale them in larger lots. What others should know:The regular Kodiak Extra Heavy pellet is cheaper and probably as accurate at distances 30 yards or less (could be more but that's as far as I have compared)
Things I liked:Easy to use, an effective piece to have, especially if you find yourself sighting in your rifles often. Things I would have changed:None What others should know:You will need 2 different bore sighters if you have more guns than just .177/.22 cal., as this one only does these two.
Things I liked:Not real expensive, very easy and efficient to use, saves a lot of time. Things I would have changed:None. What others should know:A very quick and easy way to properly level your scope, works well. A good piece to have.
Things I liked:Good for rifles that you can't use a rigid guide. Things I would have changed:Make brass tips shorter, so as to fit through breeches like on the Eun Jin Sumatra 2500R. What others should know:Make sure your rifles breech has enough clearance for the brass tips and applicators, as my Sumatra 2500R doesn't, and that's why I purchased this to begin with, so it's useless for me. Would work very well, I'm sure, with the right gun.
Things I liked:Work well for quick superficial cleaning. Things I would have changed:Offer them in larger amounts, 80 could go quicky if you shoot a lot. What others should know:Seems to be pretty good for a quick cleaning.
Things I liked:Once you read the manual's quick start instructions you can be up and shooting. Really useful in testing all my guns for efficency, especially after repairs or mods!!! Things I would have changed:Well thought out product. What others should know:A great accessory to own, especially if you own a few or more guns. Gives you a definitive way to learn what pellets work best with each gun. Very useful with my PCP rifles, allows me to learn highs, lows, averages and all sorts of information.
Things I liked:Shoots consistently. Able to use this in most all types of air guns. Accurate and gives a little extra punch when it hits solid targets. Great price, much less expensive to comparable european brands. What others should know:Seems to work well in both lower power guns and the newer "1000" fps guns. Works in several different pellet magazines for my repeaters. The price is right!
Things I liked:Accurate with a punch. Shoots well in all my .177 guns. What others should know:Good quality diabolo pellet that shoots accurate in all my guns. Quality control high, very few bad pellets found in a tin of 500. Shoots consistent.
Things I liked:This is a very nice quality scope at a very good price!!! Built solid with many useful features and accessories. Works well in dim light conditions. Specific features for field target, hunting and range use. What others should know:If you enjoy hunting then this scope would should definitely be considered. I feel I saved a lot of money by buying this scope. Has the same quality and features as seen on much more expensive lines. I love this scope!!!!!!!!
Things I liked:Very fun to use in my backyard!!!! Things I would have changed:Make the stakes out of material that can hold up to pellets better. What others should know:Very enjoyable to shot at and watch them "shatter" blast away. Great for backyard practice.
Things I liked:A nice lighter pellet that my Sumatra .25 shoots well. Good quality in manufacturing and selection. Decent price. What others should know:Noticeable refinement in the making of the pellet. Shoots accurately at full power with my Sumtra .25. A lighter weight alternative to the Beeman extra heavy Match Kodiaks.
Things I liked:Good quality and price makes these a excellent choice for a wadcutter pellet in.25 caliber. What others should know:Seems to shoot accurately at any power setting in my Sumatra .25. Much cheaper than European alterenatives. Consistent quality.
Things I liked:Similiar to the Eun Jin pellets, but much less expensive. Consistent fit. What others should know:Similiar to the Eun Jin pellet but lighter in weight. Shoots better at medium high to low power range on my Sumatra .25. Decent consistency in quality and fit.
Things I liked:Great to watch "shatter" blast apart in your backyard!!!! What others should know:Buy a couple boxes or more as you'll go through these quickly, having the fun of your life!! Just plain fun!!!!!!!
Things I liked:Nicely built, beefy !!!!!! A definite improvement over the stock rubber hose most pumps come with. What others should know:Less flex. Actually help reduce pumping time, as there is a better fill each stroke. A very nice upgrade!!!
Things I liked:Inexpensive price which allows me to buy more spares. Allows for a very wide variety of styles and sizes in your pellet selection and you don't need to make any alterations with the rifle. Easy to load, durable construction. What others should know:Seat each pellet until it is snug as overall "chrony" numbers will be a little higher, faster, etc. You can load a wide variety of pellets in each magazine.
Things I liked:Seems to fit well in a variety of my guns, including some springers. I noticed a much deeper penetration with these over many pellets. Good price. What others should know:Has a much flatter trajectory than most pellets. Seems to pack a good punch.
Things I liked:I just got the S410 in .22 caliber with the beech stock not even a month ago and it's already turned into my favorite to shoot. It performs wonderfully whether it was targets, plinking, or some small game/verminting. A beautiful designed stock. The entire gun shows quality and excellent build. Extreme accuracy, easy to use side lever. Very quiet, neighbors will never complain! What others should know:Seems to be fairly accepting with a variety of pellets. Power adjustment goes from mid 900's to the mid 350's. 30-40 shots at high or near high before significant drop.
Things I liked:A noticeable increase in light transmission than most other scopes at this price range. Nice features, if you need them. Works nice!! What others should know:A nice scope for targets, bench, and hunting small game shooting. Has many features for zeroing in, parallax adjusting, windage/elevation adjustments. Better light tansmission than most at this price.
Things I liked:Some airguns, you just need some significant adjustments for elevation and/or windage for your scope to zero in properly. Shimming is totally not needed!! These work very well, if you follow the directions, and are patient, and make your adjstments carefully. Things I would have changed:Kind of expensive. Find a way to lower the price. What others should know:A must item for hunters and field target shooters. Just makes you scope adjustments more accurate and specific for your shooting and distance needs. Reduces stress on scope. Works well for air guns that can't utilize an one piece mount.
Things I liked:Suits high powered PCP rifles well. I have gone through at least 10-12 tins and have been impressed with the quality control on these pellets. I've used them in .177 and .22 and found the same level of quality. Airgun hunting over in Korea is clearly serious business! What others should know:For the most part, I thinks it best to use the .22 & .25 in PCP or true high power magnum springers. Great knock down pellet!!
Things I liked:Good consistent pellet for many air rifles regardless of power plant. Some of my air rifles seem to like them more than some others. Things I would have changed:They are a little pricey for what they are. Crosman Premier's, some of the RWS and others work as well or better, at a lesser cost. What others should know:My experience is limited to mine and my friend's 16-18 different air rifles, but I feel there are plenty other good quality pellets out there much cheaper. Maybe years ago, these were some of the best you could get, but I believe the competition has caught up! I've just had better shooting with other pellets. Remember, each airgun always has pellets it like and pellets it don't.
Things I liked:I always find the Leaper scopes to exceed my expectations at a very good price!!! Has excellent lens, great in low light situations, and useful turret features. What others should know:Without breaking the bank, the Leaper scopes seem to quite a value. I would choose Leaper over the competitor brands that are out there.
Things I liked:Easy to mount. Works well with larger objective scopes. Product is of good quality, price is excellent!! Things I would have changed:Adjustability would be the only improvement left. What others should know:Some air rifles and scopes really could benefit from a higher mount and these will usually be the answer without breaking the bank!! Nicely built.
Things I liked:Gives you something to plink besides tin cans or your children's old toys. Things I would have changed:Even more color choices. What others should know:Fun and easy to use in the backyard.
Things I liked:Something a little different to use for plinking in the backyard. Things I would have changed:Plastic target holders tend to not hold chalk targets so they fall out easily. What others should know:Cheap enough to add to anyone's backyard setup.
Things I liked:By far, one of the strongest knockdown power .22 pellets I have tried. Needs a magnum power rifle to perform. Very few imperfect pellets in tins I have bought. Things I would have changed:More pellets per tin, 500 vs. 200, would be nice. What others should know:Definitely a pellet to consider when good knockdown and penetration is required. Works well in several of my magnum breakbarrels. Not recommended for lower fps air rifles. I have had no problem with accuracy out to at least 30 yds.
Things I liked:Have been good to use when penetration is a must. Good on birds with a thick/heavy coat. What others should know:Not as accurate as some other well known hunter pellets and does not seem to have the distance as well. Good for 20-25 yd. shots where clean penetration is essential, but gets more erractic beyond that. Some guns just don't like these pellets. Many multi shot magazines will not fit these.
Things I liked:Sorry, I just don't get it with this pellet. I hear a lot of folks raving about this pellet and have yet to be impressed. I have shot these through break barrels, underlevers, and several PCP's, and find them at best average. The tins I have bought, ALL have been dented, all have MANY pellets poor quality, dented, warped skirts. I can name many better quality and performing pellets. Things I would have changed:Needs better quality control, better packing while shipped and better lower price. What others should know:I have tried over 40 different brands and types of pellets in .22 and find many other pellets to be as good and usually better at much better pricing and availabilty. For whatever reason, these have not lived up to the reputation.
Things I liked:Packs a little extra knockdown power than most. Seems to work well in several different airguns I own, both pnuematic and springer. Accuracy is very good out to at least 25-35 yds in my springers and I got out to 75 yds. on my pneumatic!! What others should know:Definitely a pellet to have on hand for any job that requires a little better knockdown punch. I hav had little problem using these out to 75 yds. with single shot kills.
Things I liked:Has very nice penetrating power. Pretty good with accuracy if they work well with your particular air gun. What others should know:Performance seems particular to the specific air gun. Two of my springers liked them, but didn't fit my PCP repeater. Knock down power better than most lead pellets of much heavier weight.
Things I liked:It was really hard to find anything to say positive about these pellets. They did shoot faster but the reduced weight would give you that anyway. Things I would have changed:Come on Gamo they can't cost that much to mass produce! Needs to be more in the pkg. for this $!!! What others should know:Didn't seem to shoot that much better or more accurate. Just too many much cheaper and more accurate pellets out there, for a much better price. I tried these in 4 different airguns brands, of which one was an underlever, 2 were breakbarrels, and one Air Arms S410 E, none shot these pellets very impressively. Sorry Gamo!!
Things I liked:I enjoy using most Shoot -N-C targets as they make it easier to see your results especially when using pellets. Are very useful for open sight shooting. Things I would have changed:I always like their larger quantity packs which usually give a better value. What others should know:If you have never used this brand, I think you will find they are more visible at a greater distance than other brands out their. This size is good out to about 50 yards, get the larger sizes available for longer distances. Good product that is useful, especially for new, young or visually impaired.
Things I liked:Consistently some of the very best "heavier" quality pellets out there!! Really can see the "knockdown power". Accurate, consistent, accurate!!! Things I would have changed:Maybe Beeman should sell them in larger quantity.
What others should know:Does excellent in most airguns I own (over 8 owned), The .22 and the .25 caliber shoot so consistent and accurate, it is my "go to pellet" in both calibers. Low powered airguns may not work as well.
Things I liked:I like pellets with a little weight to them. Gives a good "punch". Appeared consistent and decent quality to manufacturing. What others should know:I found these to be not as consistent or accurate as the Beeman Kodiaks and did not shoot as well in a variey of brands/types of airguns. (Tried them in over 8) Didn't seem to fit as well either. Not bad, but I'd rather use the Kodiaks.
Things I liked:Seems to perform just like brands that are way more expensive. Has all the features I need for target/plinking and varmint hunting. Good for both high powered airguns and rimfire rifles. Things I would have changed:Side wheel AO would be nice. What others should know:I own 5 Leaper scopes and they are my preferred scope. They work well in almost all lighting conditions. I have had excellent results with their customer service.