Things I liked:The kit works and is a fair price; fitting is not easy or simple due to the original design. Be particularly careful not to crossthread the fine threads on re-installation. A whole lot easier after you have done it once! Things I would have changed:Instructions could be better as others have said, but there is more than enough on the web to oversome the rough bits. What others should know:IMHO keeping the old Sheridans operating is well worth the effort.
Things I liked:Ballistic coefficient says it all! These perform well at longer distances and are consistent in the old Sheridans. The original pellets with the ring around the base were better, but these are as good as it gets for general application that I can find. Things I would have changed:Not going to happen, but going back to the original mold for these pellets would be an improve worth paying for.
Things I liked:H&N are consistent, and a decent compromise shape for field, "hunting" vermin of the air, etc. Things I would have changed:nil What others should know:I greatly enjoy the old BSA Airsporter Mk1's, which were cut to a 5.6mm bore size, not 5.5mm. Now that the original Wasp pellets are long gone, and the new pseudo-Wasp units are even less than 5.5mm (head diamter, on average), these H&N's are the largest head size I have been able to find to use in these old beasts. Not surprisingly, they shoot the best of modern pellets. All my kids have learned with these, and they can't "graduate" to larger arms till they can shoot competently with the airguns, so they actually care a lot about the accuracy of different ammo.