Things I liked:Shoots accurately enough for plinking fun, but NOT a varmit quality hunting piece. Shoots BB's, darts, pellets, and bolts. Things I would have changed:The old model my friend has is virtually all steel. This one has a LOT more plastic and isn't likely to last near as long. Although it's about as inexpensive as you can get, I would've rather paid a few bucks more, even another 50%, and have the thing made as the old model, all steel.
Things I liked:With the right bolt-shooting gun, these may well outlast the darts, as there's no need to worry about dart "feathers". Things I would have changed:These do NOT work particularly well in the Marksman 1010 as they do not fit well, therefore the accuracy suffers considerably.
Things I liked:They're smooth, round, and shiny. Not much not to like if you prefer zinc plated rather than copper. Things I would have changed:LOL, sell 'em cheaper (they're most reasonably priced, but if Daisy wants to drop the price, it certainly wouldn't hurt MY feelings!)
Things I liked:If you prefer copper plated rather than zinc plated, these are the BB's for you. Things I would have changed:Nothing, it's a fine product, and comparable in price-point to the zinc plated from Daisy.
Things I liked:Easist way to say this: If you own this 357, you're going to want these additional clips. Pyramydair is THE place to shop for BB / Pellet / Airsoft supplies. A+ What others should know:Buy plenty, they're inexpensive! It's nice shooting 100+ rounds before needing to reload clips!
Things I liked:Well made darts. If you have a handgun / rifle that's capable of shooting these, you're gonna want plenty of these. What others should know:Pick up a real, steel-tip dartboard. Don't waste your hard-earned $$$ on one of those cheap, $10 - $12, "cardboard" dart boards. A good board can be had for around $45 - $55 and will last about 1000x longer.
Try dart gun Cricket!