Things I liked:These are regulation 10m targets What others should know:These are good quality targets that do work well. The paper is sturdy, but I would point out that it isn't quite as thick as some higher quality (and more expensive) targets. When shot with wadcutter pellets at around 500 f/s, I get fairly clean holes - however there is some tearing that occurs when several holes are made close to one another. Overall a good quality target and a necessity for 10m practice.
Things I liked:Accurate and reasonably priced. Things I would have changed:Nothing really. What others should know:I tried a few different pellet types for a new air pistol (Feinwerkbau P40), as I wanted to see which pellet, if any, my pistol prefers. In addition to the Crosman Premier Super Match, I tested the following: H&N Match Pistol; H&N Finale Match Pistol; RWS Meisterkugeln 7.0 grain; and RWS R10 Match 7.0 grain 4.5mm. I would note that the Crosman are the least expensive of this bunch. They don't look quite as refined as the other pellets and my initial thought was that they wouldn't be as consistent on target as their German counterparts. To my surprise though the Crosman pellets have proven themselves. In testing at 10 meters, I have at times gotten tighter groups with them than with some of the others (though group sizes are very close from brand to brand). I would recommend these to try in your pistol, especially given that they are about two to six dollars cheaper per tin then the others.