Things I liked:Good consistency shot-for-shot. Heavier weight increases accuracy over long distances as well. Things I would have changed:Like everyone else says, screw on lid and a foam insert for the tin. What others should know:Used in my Gamo Big Cat 1200. Wouldn't recommend using such a heavy pellet exclusively in a spring gun, but when your shot absolutely has to hit its mark, there isn't a better pellet.
Things I liked:Pretty comfortable. Does what it's supposed to. Things I would have changed:Make the loops that cinch together lockable somehow. I cinched them as tight as they would go then pushed the adjustable clips right up against them. What others should know:Used on Gamo Big Cat 1200 and fits well. I wrap my hand around the strap while shooting without a rest and it helps.
Things I liked:Absurdly heavy. Snug fit. Good accuracy and impact. Things I would have changed:Not as consistent as I would like, pellets scratched and dented a little. What others should know:Used in Gamo Big Cat 1200. Use sparingly so as not to strain the spring too much.
Things I liked:Not much Things I would have changed:For whatever reason, these pellets are terrible accuracy-wise. Maybe a bad batch but they all look pretty consistent and well shaped. What others should know:Rarely even hits the target. Go for the master points, hunter, or match if you're gonna go with Gamo
Things I liked:Accuracy and consistency. Fairly reliable for the price you pay. Things I would have changed:Not much. What others should know:Good all around pellet that gets you good penetration and accuracy.
Things I liked:Accuracy. The most accurate of the 4 standard Gamo pellets. Things I would have changed:Better quality control and maybe a little heavier. What others should know:Shoots well. Great for target shooting
Things I liked:Breaks the sound barrier and stays pretty accurate. Things I would have changed:Breaking the sound barrier is cool but the neighbors aren't too keen on it. Terrible mold lines on most of the pellets. Expensive. What others should know:Shot in a Gamo Big Cat 1200. Stays pretty accurate. No sign of tumbling after breaking sound barrier. Still just a novelty pellet that came with my gun so I don't feel like I wasted my money.
Things I liked:Pellet appears to break apart after impact which is good for imparting a lot of shock when hunting. Lead stays behind and steel tip keeps going. Things I would have changed:Mold lines and packaging too tight. What others should know:A novelty pellet that should actually be good for hunting larger game due to the penetration and break-up upon impact. stays fairly accurate too.
Things I liked:Accuracy and penetration are great. Nice and heavy. Noticed it produced a much larger entry and exit point in targets than similar pellets. Could be the harder copper plating? Things I would have changed:Screw on lid