Things I liked:Simply a great air rifle. Just received mine today, shot 4 different types of rounds (H&N Barakuda Hunter, Krow Magnum, Hollow Point and Neue Spitzkugel) at 45feet using 5 pumps from a rest(indoors/basement). First 3 mentioned were dead on but the Spitzkugel shot a bit low for me. F.Y.I, I was using the stock sights; definitly will be aquiring a scope soon. Things I would have changed:Same design as I had about 25 years ago- I would like to see it kompletely black with a more squared off design. Just my taste. Maybe add a longer barrel option, kollapsable stock and better trigger. What others should know:Thinks it's a must own for anyone no matter what their level or kollektion.
Things I liked:With my Crosman 2100; shoots a wee bit low for me kompared to their Barakuda, Krow Magnum and Hollow Point. Probably just my shooting style/ own fault. What others should know:Maybe not for the Crosman 2100. Highly rekkomend the other pellets mentioned above for this air rifle.
Things I liked:Most accurate and consistant pellet I have shot out of 12 different types. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I'm shooting these out of a Crosman TR77 NPS ***GAS PISTON***
This air rifle really seems to love the heavier pellets.
Things I liked:I'm really liking the accuracy so far after one tin. Seem to hit my metal targets hard. Things I would have changed:The typical; more for the current cost ;) What others should know:I'm running these out of my Crosman TR77 NPS.
Things I liked:Consistet groupings so far at 20 yards. Hit hard. The build and quality seem consistent also. Great all-around pellet. Things I would have changed:As always, price. Also, across the entire spectrum, I wish more manufacturers made a Ram Jet-like pellet. What others should know:I'm shooting these out of a CrosmanTR77 NPS (which I love)
Things I liked:Holy schnikes! If you want penetration this is your bull. Also having good consistent groups with them. I have used over twenty type of pellets and have yet to find anything that compares to the penetration of these.(This is based on shooting through a series of metal pellet tins. I have not used any kind of ballistic gel for testing) Things I would have changed:Like another reviewer wrote; make these exact ones but in the 9-10 grain range. Also maybe a hollow point version for the hunters out there. What others should know:I'm using a Crosman TR77 NPS(which I love love love). I'm not a hunter but I might imagine in some cases these might shoot clear through smaller game(these pellets do not change shape even after hitting metal) and not inflict enough cavity damage(just a guess). Lastly, these do group well but I have to re dope the scope after using my usual 9-11 grain pellets when I wish to fire these.