Things I liked:I compared the Crosman Premiers with seven other types in my RWS 94 at 25 and 48 yds. using a 3 X 9 scope and a rest. The Premiers produced the tightest groups especially at 48 yds. They apparently hold their stability much better at longer distances also. The other pellets spread much more between 25 and 48 yds. than the Premiers did. My Premier groups averaged 1 to 1.5" at 48 yds. (another shooter could probably do better). I saw 3 to 4" groups with most of the others. The Crosman Pointed were an exception.
The "others" consisted of three types from a foreign manufacturer and four from two American manufacturers. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I found that I could not use a front and rear sand bag for consistant groups. What worked best for me was to hold the rifle normally with the front supported by my hand on a sand bag.
Things I liked:I tried several types of pellets in my RWS 94 and found that my groups at 25 yds. were barely acceptable. At 48 yds. they were much worse than they should have been - sometimes 4 t0 5". I had almost given up on the gun until I found a can of these. My groups shrunk to 1.5 - 2" and were more consistant. I then tried Premiers with even better results. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Before checking pellets for accuracy, experiment to find the best rest and hold method for your gun.
Things I liked:I found these to group well out to 48 yds. (my back yard limit) unlike many other pellets I have tried in my RWS 94. They were a very close second to Crosman Premiers, although they would match them occasionally. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I found that many pellets (in my gun) would produce reasonably small groups at 25 yds., but seemed to loose stability at longer ranges.