Things I liked:I bought four tins.I have only opened one tin.Quite a few damaged pellets.Accuracy was variable.The best was 5 shots into an oval one hole group at 10 meters.Other groups up to 1/2 inch.I don't know if the pellets were damaged when packed or in shipping.The 1/2 inch groups were fired with the damaged pellets.Rifle used was a like new RWS 75. What others should know:The tin Of pellets I tried may have been mishandled.
Things I liked:Pretty air rifle. Things I would have changed:Cheek rest on stock is too thin at top.Hard to get a good cheekweld.Test for accuracy at the factory before releasing for sale. What others should know:Very poor accuracy out of the box.Strong smell of burning oil or grease.Accuracy has improved slightly after 545 pellets.Still can't compare to a cheap Crosman for accuracy.Very nice trigger though.
Things I liked:Very accurate pellet in 10 meter air rifles.Will do a pellet diameter five shot group at 16 meters using my Diana 75. Things I would have changed:Pricing.I can buy them for much less.I would like to see Qiang Yuan domed pellets imported as well.They are very accurate at a higher velocity than the wadcutters.My source for those is gone. What others should know:I haven't had much luck with these at higher velocities.Excellent for 10 meter powered match rifles though.
Things I liked:When you get a good tin you're good but it doesn't happen routinely. Things I would have changed:Need better QC. What others should know:I checked a tin of these with a newly acquired pellet gage.The tin was supposed to contain 4.52 diameter pellets.There were about a dozen that were that size.The remainder were all over the place.From 4.46 to 4.50 diameters.These pellets performed poorly in a TX-200.Surprisingly the smaller pellets did well in a Walther LGU.I have used JSB pellets for years.The accuracy is always questionable.I wonder how they inspect them?