Things I liked: Clean, No Lead Residue on fingers, Consistant size and insertion force.
Things I would have changed: Nothing with the pellet. Container should be a Poly plastic with a screw top lid.
What others should know: Slip top tin lid can pop off. These pellets fire very consistant and tighter groups than your average store pellet. You will have to adjust your sights if you have been shooting lead for these. I'm nailing starlings consistantly at 50 yds, Gamo Hunter with 3-9X 40mm scope
Things I liked: I was wanting a heavy pellet, and it is. I will try another type next time.
Things I would have changed: The .177 cal needs closer quality control. I've shot about 100 of these and every one had to be forced into the barrel. If I didnt use a a piece of brass to finish pushing in, and closed the action it would deform the pellet base. That would seat it but you had more flyaways. Micrometer measurements, head =.1780"-.1793" and tails=.1815"-.1831 on 20 pellets.
What others should know: Using a Gamo Hunter rated 1000/1200fps. Also I think some of shots made must have been below 400 fps, asides from being all over the place at 25yds. SAme shooting the copper FTS ammo shoots a dime at 25yds every time.
Things I liked: Nice action similarities to a real firearm
Things I would have changed: Some sight adjustment for windage.
What others should know: Mine shoots left with new CO2, then drifts right as it runs out. All in all 2" at 30 feet from fresh CO2 till half empty. When it gets really low the blowback wont cock hammer. First couple clips (32-40 shots)stays in 2" circle at 30 feet. (aiming a little right)