Things I liked:Fairly accurate out of my Marauder. Very good price for a tin of 500. Quality made pellets. Things I would have changed:Better packaging. There is not much protection in the tin from impact or rough handeling. I would also like to see Crossman produce these pellets in a variety of head sizes, so the shooter can pick from what shoots more accurately out of his/her gun. What others should know:2 tins of 500 (1000) is cheaper than the cardboard bulk pack + you get more pellets from 2 tins.
Things I liked:Seemed pretty accurate out of my FX Indy (only crony tested so far without getting too serious about accuracy). The pellets also seemed uniformly lubed and did not have too many bent skirts. Things I would have changed:Clean up the led shavings left over from swedgeing (usually found inside the skirts) better, before packaging. What others should know:Decently clean & hard hitting pellet for hunting & Field Target.
Things I liked:Fit my FX Indy (.22) perfectly (with scope & high rings attached). Has a good amount of storage space for gear. Love the MOLE webbing & adjustable straps to secure gun & gear inside main compartment. Zippers seem robust. Things I would have changed:Could use a little more padding, especially around edges (where the zippered closures are), to protect contents from rough edges of zipper.
Things I liked:Great concept for testing to find right pellet weight for performance. All pellets were clean, uniformly lubed, and free of damage. Things I would have changed:Stick with one shape of pellet; if three different domed shape pellets, of various weights, are added to the sampler; why add an odd pointed pellet to the mix? The pointed pellet flew differently than all the domed & had a dramatically different impact point. What others should know:I think sampler pellet packs should be arranged as such:
-4 kinds of same shape with each a different weight
-4 kinds of similar weight with each a different shape (domed, flat, hollow pt, pointed)
-4 kinds of same weight & shape, but with different head sizes.
Things I liked:very efficient as a hunting pellet, if your rifle shoots them accurately. Hits hard, expands well, and penetrates good. Things I would have changed:Must be made from very soft lead - there were a lot of pellets with bent and deformed skirts. These pellets were not the most accurate out of my FX, but they produced nice neat little holes in the target :-) I just wish they were a little more accurate out of my gun. What others should know:Accuracy: Five shot strings produced about one inch groups at 22 yards (my close in zero). Not that good considering other 16 grain pellets produced on hole (5 shots) at the same range.