Things I liked:quality plain and simple. Very well made. Accurate right out of the box. Put 5 rounds in the same hole at 10 yards. Solid steel German craftsmanship. Whats not to like? Things I would have changed:The front of the grip has a gap with sharp edges. Minor gripe but it does dig into my hand when cocking. What others should know:If your on the fence about buying this gun? Dont be. You will never regret spending the cash on this gun.
Things I liked:These are very uniform pellets I haven't had a chance to shoot at longer ranges but inside twenty yards they are very accurate Things I would have changed:More pellets per tin. What others should know:Copper coating means clean hands.
Things I liked:These pellets are very well made. The are very uniform in size, weight, and shape. I've shot a few squirrels with mixed results. My conclusion is that in order for them to fully expand you need to be pushing higher FPS. Out of my Gamo Big Cat they expand like crazy and drop squirrels dead in their tracks under twenty yards. Beyond twenty I've lost a couple squirrels or needed a second shot. When I recover pellets from squirrels shot under twenty they are fully mushroomed everytime. Beyond twenty almost no expansion. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:As I stated above these H&N Crow Magnums are heavier than the Beemans. This slows them down. Make sure your shooting a magnum springer or high powered airgun of some variety.