Things I liked:good accuracy in the TF78PCP as well my TF99 Things I would have changed:add about 5-6 grains What others should know:I was pinching the lead out of remminton golden bullet shorts (40gr.) and winchester LR HP (36gr.), pushing them through a .204 drill hole to size them. Working around the tail with small end nippers to form sort of a waist and tail. Lots of work. Probably not too bright to pinch .22 cartrages for the bullet. They shoot awesome. Accurate. Thats why I think the Monsters could weigh just a little more strickly for the TF78PCP.
Things I liked:They're an awsome, nasty looking hollow point with a barrel-like cavity for the hollow point. Things I would have changed:Everyone likes cheaper.Screw on lid on container is good. What others should know:I can't get enough accuracy from these in my TF99 nor the .25 cal. in my Sumatra 2500 carbine, to chose these as a 'go to' pellet.The few critters I had a shot at missed.I'd like to see how they perform after impact with flesh & bone.Not by my experience though.Won't buy again.
Things I liked:they're definitly a visionally good looking pellet.Looks like someone put some good engineering to use in design and manufacturing. What others should know:I could not get any consistant grouping from my TF99.Shotgun patterns @ 30ft. up to 1 3/8" from center.Not for this TF99.Disapointing after all the reviews I read here.Buy no more for me says I.
Things I liked:price, easy to use. it's backyard friendly, simplicity, 12 semi-auto shots,a scale of 1-10, 1 being,"I should've just thrown a rock!" with 10 being a rail gun, I think it a 7-8 Things I would have changed:12 rapid fire off 1 CO2? #1 could be 400fps, #12 like 200fps What others should know:don't get any high expectations for this little plinker. It is what it is. To 6-maybe 10yrs, this could be an air rifle sent down from the gods.