Things I liked:These are great pellets. I get one hole accuracy at 25 yards in my R9. The copper wash seems to keep the bore cleaner as well as your fingers when handling them while shooting. I use them mostly for plinking and target shooting but they do just fine on the occasional vermin that wanders by. Things I would have changed:Like any other friction fit pellet tin, a screw type would be nice. What others should know:Try them out!
Things I liked:I didn't give these pellets a five star rating despite the great accuracy from my R9 at 25 yards. I had a lot of issues of spiraling pellets at ranges beyond 35 yards. I could see the round spiraling down range through my scope, beyond 35 accuracy was atrocious. Things I would have changed:See above, and the friction fit pellet tin. What others should know:I had bad luck with these pellets, I even tried sorting them out but still found many of them spiraling. Your mileage may vary.
Things I liked:Everything about this gun is top notch! First things I noticed was the great fit and finish. Out of the box it looked gorgeous. The bluing is perfect and the stock is pretty nice too. A few things to note. Posted velocities are not really representative of what most people will get from this gun unless you are shooting the lightest possible pellet. Mine is a .22 caliber wearing a Bushnell 4-12x40AO scope and I am shooting a Maccari tune kit and Beeman FTS Gold pellets at 680fps with one hole ten shot groups at 25 yards. Before the tune kit the gun shot with superb accuracy and slightly lower velocity. This rifle is truly an air gun enthusiasts dream. It's everything you wish you had as a kid toting a beat up old Daisy or Crosman pump gun. Things I would have changed:Nothing. If yuo want better velocity, go for the .20 caliber gun but .22 takes care of any pest or vermin. What others should know:The gun needs a few tins of pellets to break in. I ran a thousand or so cheap premier pellets through the gun before I spent a the money on finding a pellet that really shined.