Things I liked: lightweight, solid, put the scope back far enough
Things I would have changed: have less allen screws, but thats about it.
What others should know: this is a great mount if you want to mount a scope on your airgun, but its a compact scope an it does not have enough eye relief. it stands up well to the recoil of my titan.
Things I liked: to be honest, i was actually quite suprised. i found these, out of 3 different gamo .22's, to be the most accurate in my titan gp. i was shooting at 10 yards. i got 1/2" groups. that is what i need for my starling bait hunt.
Things I would have changed: the quality of the pellets. they were very rough looking, and had seams coming out the sides. and the end of it is crappy looking and a little marked up.
What others should know: find the best pellet for your gun and you should have the accuracy for hunting and target shooting.
Things I liked: the consistency of the pellets, the soft lead, the price
Things I would have changed: quality control of pellets, the number per variety
What others should know: these pellets are not as bad as most say they are. i got below 1 in groups with the hollow points and wadcutters. the pointed gave a spread out 2 1/2 in group. but the QC is a problem. they are all scratched up all the time and looks like a 5 year old was handing them. that makes them start to fly bad at 25 yards. the wads give a tight group at 25 yards but 2 out of 5 pellets become fliers. and as for hunting, these pellets are good for that, for i shot a grey squirrel in the jaw with the hollow points, and a dove yesterday with a shot through the base of the wing into the vitals. using a storm XT with a centerpoint 6x32 compact AO mildot scope.
Things I liked: the cheap price, the tin.
Things I would have changed: the overall quality of the pellet. this pellet looks quality, but it is waay to hard for hunting. this pellet did not stay inside a starlings skull, but busted straight out and hit a metal fence. and then the terrible problem thst plagues these pellets, the HORRIBLE size issues. some times you get a tight pellet, then you get a loose pellet that falls into the chamber, its TERRIBLE >:( because of this inconsistency, you get a pellet that hits right where you want it, then a shot or so later a pellet that hits too low or too high above the P.O.I. try hunting with THAT. i was shooting at european starling earlier. missed one shot because of the size inconsistency, and wounded one starling thanks to yours truly. overall, id only steer into these if you want to, and dont expect any miracles. the only use i see for them is for break in.
What others should know: good luck with them, im done with these crosman pellets. gonna melt my remaining for fishing weights.