Things I liked:They're inexpensive. Good for a junior group that launches thousands of pellets in five inch groups. For the top few that can "hold the black", these don't cut it. Things I would have changed:Nothing really. I bought cheap pellets & got exacly that. What others should know:Many deformed pellets. A LOT of variation in weight, shape & head size. But they are inexpensive.
Things I liked:Good basic targets. The NRA air pistol matches I shoot use these. Things I would have changed:Maybe a little stiffer, for cleaner holes. Or maybe we should change our backers more often. :) What others should know:Nah!
Things I liked:good, basic targets. International matches typically use thes single bull targets. Things I would have changed:Crisper paper for cleaner holes. What others should know:Shoot closer to the center or better scores. :)
Things I liked:Price & availability Things I would have changed:Not much What others should know:I've seen scores up to 570 out of a possible 600 fired with these pellets. By a 16 YO girl who kicked my butt with them.
Things I liked:Consistency Things I would have changed:Not much What others should know:Excellent, underrated target pellet. This one is the mainstay of our junior program. From a rest, this pellet will chew the ten ring out of a paper target. Our SIUS electronic target gives me a 100+ in a simulated finals off the same rest. Wish I could shoot as well for real.
Things I liked:Good value for pellets used by the thousands in training.
www.imcictc.com Things I would have changed:Nada What others should know:These pellets are capable of houlding the ten ring from a decent air pistol at tem meters all day long.
Things I liked:Good, consistant pellet. Things I would have changed:A screw-on lid would be nice, but that's up to RWS. Daisy can do it! What others should know:The difference between these and top-of-the-line pellets is very small indeed.