Things I liked:Very accurate and reasonably priced. Easily available. Things I would have changed:Nothing...they are great! What others should know:I tried these in my 12 year old Crosman RM-22 made by Mendoza. I have gotten poor to average accuracy from this rifle since I've owned it. I had been using Beeman Silver Arrows and getting inch and a half to two inch groups at 21 yards with occasional flyers. My first shot with the Crosman Premiers unaccountably landed about 3 inches to the left and 3 inches high at 10 yards. Thinking my rifle was hating these pellets, I fired another...went through the same hole. Fired another...same hole. I adjusted the scope to get it back on center, and ended up with a 5 shot group making one ragged hole. Moving out to 21 yards, 5 shots could be covered with a quarter. I have no idea why changing pellets would have shifted the point of aim so dramatically to the left, but all I had to do was adjust the scope and now I have a rifle I can count on to hit a target consistently.
Things I liked:Comes in a nice can. Things I would have changed:They should be melted down and remade into a different style pellet. What others should know:These are the worst pellets I've ever seen except for some Daisy pellets made in China. We tried them in two different Crosman 1377s. In both, they had to be forced in. We got groups of around 2 feet at 21 yards from pistols that normally group around an inch with other pellets. They wouldn't even fit in a Ruger Blackhawk rifle. The Crosman Pointed Hunting pellet is very similar, and shoots like you would expect a Crosman pellet to shoot.