Things I liked:Most accurate pellet in my .25 marauder. 1" groups at 50 yards all day long. Very few bad pellets in a tin. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Retain the velocity pretty well down range.
Things I liked:I saw a YouTube video of a ballistics gel test with these pellets and the faired very well in the 850+ fps. I bought them strictly because of the video. The video show great accuracy and energy delivery. Things I would have changed:Maybe make them out of a softer lead so they would be more effective at slower velocities. My marauder shots the most accurately in the 775-825 fps range. And that velocity it not quite enough for maximum expansion. What others should know:Shot the absolute worst group out of my marauder. 3 1/2" groups at 50 yards.
Things I liked:Devestating penetration. Completely through a 2x4. And kept on going. At 750fps, no doubt a good larger sized capable! Nice groups in marauder. 1-1 1/2" at 50 yard. Things I would have changed:Price and count. What others should know:Found nearly a dozen bad pellets in one tin of 83.
Things I liked:Amazing accuracy. Just as accurate a JSB Exacts in my rifle. Devastating energy delivery. Maximum expandtion around 750-850 fps. Penetration of only 6-8" in ballistics gel. All energy is transfered to the target quickly. Things I would have changed:Pricey What others should know:Trajectory is subpar. This is a 75 yard pellet for me tops. Loses to much energy down range.
Things I liked:My first PCP. Fell in love. In .25 cal, 100 yard shots are no longer a rareity. I can shoot 1" ragged hole groups all day at 30 yards. JSB Exact Kings are the way to go. Polymags are also superb for accuracy. Things I would have changed:Reservior size. What others should know:Go ahead and buy a great scope, this rifle will outshoot you. A .25 cal chews through air like a fat kid in a candy store. A Hammer Debounce Device really helps out alot but you'll need a retuning afterwards. The loudest part of firing is the air reservior pings when struck by the hammer. A simple peice of vinyl tubing inside the reservior serves as a muffle.