Things I liked:Great pellet for the Benjamin Maurader, shoots as well as the the JSB's in my opinion but are easier to find in stock. Things I would have changed:Larger count tin. As mention in previous review it would make them more affordable and comparable to the JSB's price wise.
Things I liked:Very accurate in my Benjamin Marauder. Excellent results out to 80 and 100yds. The pellets are always clean with no trash in the bottom of the tin. I like the large count tin. Some variances in weight but the majority (90%) came in between 25.3gr and 25.5gr's. Things I would have changed:Screw on lid would be great. The last couple of tins I ordered didn't even have the red sealing tape and I almost lost a whole tin on the ground. What others should know:Great pellet for all around performance.
Things I liked:I just got the gun in December. I was really impressed with the poplar wood option. I was a little skeptical on how it would look being the cheaper package. I've got a 25cal Marauder that is pretty plain and thats what I was afraid the AA might resemble. The gun shoots great. It's pretty easy to get Dime groups at 50yds with JSB 18.1 grain pellets. I haven't tried the other quality brands but I think they will shoot good also. Things I would have changed:A tighter power adjuster knob with indents that semi-lock the knob in place. This seems to be a common issue. What others should know:If your shooting Mrods this would be a great gun to purchase if you want a better quality gun and still stay under $900. It's a tack driver right of of the box.