Things I liked:These are a lot nicer than the everyday HP pellets I shoot , they are very accurate and expand well too . Their shape lends to good expansion I guess . Things I would have changed:Nothing , a very good hunting pellet ... hits hard . What others should know:I shoot these in a Benjamin pump rifle and a Benjamin CO2 pistol, 14.5gr. pellets are my best shooting ammo for all occasions in these two guns , I use these when I am VERY serious about my target and they work very well in both of them ,
Things I liked:The 392 is a classic old gun and I bought it for that reason.It is a fun shooter and the pumping is just part of the fun. Things I would have changed:Not a lot , maybe a better rear sight. What others should know:It likes 14,5 br pellets for most purposes , I have tried 21 gr. and think they are too heavy. This is too much gun for kids as the pumping can be difficult for them , but a great backyard or field gun for older kids and adults .
Things I liked:This is a handy little gadget for anyone who has ever carried pellets around in your pocket ... need I say more about that ? It is not at all hard to get used to and seems well enough made to last a while . It holds enough ammo for a hunt in my opinion and is also handy in a casual shooting situation . Things I would have changed:Maybe if it clipped onto your shirt or cargo pocket, as it is it must be carried loose . Perhaps a sheath of some kind. I have not had ammo come loose in my pocket yet but it could happen in an action situation, maybe a cap for extra security . What others should know:You will either like and use this or you won`t , It depends on how spoiled you are to what you have been doing in the past , but it is still a handy gadget to have for situations where you WILL use it. I use it mostly for a quick access reload in the field when hunting, also for rapid loading of my Benjamin CO2 pistol . It is a must if you are wearing gloves ! Buy one , it is worth having around .