Things I liked:FIT SNUGLY IN THE CHAMBER AND WHEN THEY HIT A TARGET, THEY HIT IT HARD, ACHEEVED FULL PENITRATION OF A SALT TREATED 1 X 4 BOARD AT 30 YARDS! Things I would have changed:Nothing I like them just as they are packaged. What others should know:make sure you have a clean bore if you have been shooting a lot of lead, as it slows down the pellet as the plastic drags against it, causing inconsistant point of impact, clean bore, the group right in there.
Things I liked:This is a heavy and hard hitting pellet. It compleatley burried itself in a pressure treated 4x 4 at 30 yards. It grouped well staying within a 1 1/2 to 2 inch group for 5 shots at 30 yds and groups quite well. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:careful with back stops as this is a heavy hitter and will damage light materal
Things I liked:fit in the champer was snug each time I loaded another ultra mag, and brothers it you are looking for a distructive hunting pellet, this is a deep penitrating pellet, and expands nicely. makee neat round holes in paper too! Things I would have changed:the container to a pop top or screw on , otherwise nothing. What others should know:may be to snug in a dirty chamber, but a quick cleaning will solve the problem.
Things I liked:The container opens and closes nicely, and the pellets seem to groupe good for a lightweight high velocity pellet. They really dig in to their target when they hit, so pe careful about back stops, they will penitrate 1/4 inch plywood without a problem at 30 yards!, Things I would have changed:slightly tighter fitting metat to the sabot, as I had 4 pellets loose their tips in the conntainer, but they went back together and shoot well.t What others should know:watch out for ricochays with this round, I heard several zingers while sighting in aftere they went through the target.