Things I liked:Using a .25 Benjamin Trail NP XL for testing, this is what my CED M2 Chronograph discovered after 50 pellets were shot:
The crony's first sensor was about a foot away from the muzzle. Temp was in the 70's with low winds of less than 4 MPH. I haven't had a chance yet to run ballistic coefficient tests yet, but this seems to be a aerodynamic pellet that
maintains a consistent flight trajectory. No, I haven't had a chance to do my usual molding clay penetration tests, but from reading the other reviews I have a feeling I will be pleased with this too. This was my first purchase of these pellets and got them on sale. Because this was my low dollar pellet purchase, and I made a fairly large purchase, I got a number of these as my FREE 4th tin! How pleasing! The groupings were great too. Things I would have changed:I love this Benjamin Trail NP XL Rifle I use. I consider it about the best of the piston pumps for the price. However, I would love to see this pellet being pushed at about 60 Foot Pounds per Square inch! Looks like the next step in the progression is PCP. That will flatten out the .25 curves and make it a bit more useful for predators. Currently, I'm getting about 25 or so FPSI. A bit faster is desired, but still under the speed of sound is what I'd like to see.
What others should know:I am glad I got these pellets as my "Extra Tins". (And on sale yet!)
Things I liked:Fantastic BC! Very repeatable round accuracy. Things I would have changed:I experimented with many .25 pellets before this one and regret not starting with the Kodiak first. The Gammo gives a great hit but I get more accuracy and similar hit with these at less cost. What others should know:The gun I'm using is the .25 Benjamin Trail NP XL. If you are looking for economical power, this break barrel will do it for you. The next stop is PCP.
Things I liked:I have this thick wine bottle I put out at 70 yards. My other pellets do not break that bottle. This one does. What I thump with it, stays thumped. It is also one of the most repeatable pellets I shoot out of my .25 Benjamin TrailXP. I like some of the other pellets but this is by far my favorite. Things I would have changed:Larger tins with more pellets. Lot sizes. What others should know:Try this one first and get spoiled.