Things I liked:4 tins S/N 02439 weighed 8.7/8.8 gr. = good quality and QUALITY CONTROL.
4 tins S/N 14061 weighed 8.3,8.4,8.5 = quality and QC not so good. Things I would have changed:Weight control is very critical for not only Field Target but any kind of serious competition. What others should know:DON'T mix tins of pellets with different S/N's during any kind of competition.
Things I liked:I weigh the pellets I shoot in FT competition and have found a spread from 10.2 to 10.4 gr. in a typical tin of 500. This is the tightest range I have found in any pellet I have purchased. Things I would have changed:I would strive for a reduced spread in weight. (a step up in Quality Control) What others should know:This is one of the most accurate pellets I have found.