Things I liked:Personally I like that these are the only lead rounds that fit my Crosman .22 bores. The 2289 and 392 Crosmans seem to have bores that are wider than other .22 bores that I have had. When you drop a ball into the breech and you can point the muzzle down and have the ball roll out, that is not promising for accuracy. These balls fit and sit securely. Things I would have changed:More balls per tin.
Things I liked:This has power to spare, especially with the nitro piston, almost too much for a backyard shooter.
Iron sights are good. Haven't even mounted the scope.
Handles heavy pellets in the 15 to 26 grained range pretty well. JSB Exact Jumbo, Jumbo monster, and Gamo rounds shoot well from this rifle. Things I would have changed:Nothing at this point What others should know:In my opinion,One place that Crosman is screwing up is putting out their Nitro pistons without any iron sights. On Spring pistons of this power range scopes have a tendency to malfunction unless very good. I don't plan to put a scope on this beast until I get about 500 to 1000 rounds through. I bought the Jumbo Monster diablos(26.39 gr.) to help with this and was surprised with the accuracy and fairly straight shooting in my backyard.
Things I liked:No dented skirts in this tin, good smooth pellets.
500 count tin. Things I would have changed:Nothing but the price, but you get what you pay for I suppose. What others should know:First JSB product that I've tried.
Things I liked:No skirts to squish
Fits the bore of my 392 and 2289 tightly so that I know it is engaging the rifling
Good weight/terminal ballistics.
No daylight(blowby) when placed in my Walther talon's breach either. Things I would have changed:Put it out in a 500 tin? What others should know:I've not been shooting these for groups, but what ever I'm shooting at seems to get hit, and that ball hits fairly hard.
Things I liked:Heavy weight
Fits tightly in the breach of the Talon
Great impact Things I would have changed:Nothing but maybe the price What others should know:I got these to help settle down the Nitro piston Walther Talon. I figure that if I fired these in the first 500 to 1000 rounds it would help settle the Beast down. The bonus is that it is accurate as well.
Things I liked:Nonlead, with a good weight for 4.5mm. Things I would have changed:Price of nonlead projectiles a bit high when compared to lead. But still cheaper than rimfire . What others should know:Not sure I like the box.