Things I liked:This is a pretty nifty little gizmo. I used it in a recent 10m match and it was easy to keep track of my shots. So, now I use it for practice sessions as well. It's easy to load and it makes it easy to check the skirts of your pellets for damage. Close the cover and the pellets stay put. Nice. Things I would have changed:The spacing is a little tight for my fingers. Another 1 or 2 millimeters between pellets would be good, but it's quite usable as is. The price could be a bit lower as it's all molded plastic.
Things I liked:These pellets are consistently well formed and clean. I weighed about 100 of them to evaluate their consistency and got 6.8 to 7.4 grains with most being from 7.1 to 7.3 grains. They shoot very well in my IZH 46M. The diameter also seems to be very consistent, unlike Crosman competition pellets that sometimes load loose, sometimes snug. The weight variation might make a difference at longer ranges, but no problem at 10m. Things I would have changed:Nothing. They are as advertised. Good value for the $.
Things I liked:Great targets for 10m practice as you don't have to change targets as often. I made a 15 inch square pellet trap (targets are 14 inches square) and the system works great. Things I would have changed:Nothing.
Things I liked:These are very clean and consistent pellets. I weighed about 20 pellets and they were all within two tenths of a grain, so I stopped. RWS Basic pellets I weighed varied by six tenths of a grain and they shoot very well at 10m, so I figure the Meisterkugelns will do even better. I tried comparing accuracy of RWS Basic, Meisterkugeln, and H&N Match Pistol pellets by putting a red dot on my IZH 46M and shooting 5 pairs of each pellet at 10 meters from a rest. Frankly, all these pellets are likely more accurate than I can shoot them, even from a rest. Most pairs shot into overlapping holes maybe 2 to 3 mm center to center. The Basics pairs were maybe not quite as good as the other pellets, but still very good. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I live at 6000ft altitude, so my IZH 46M suffers a little in velocity. I chronographed the RWS Basic, Meisterkugeln, and H&N Match Pistol (both 4.49 and 4.48 head diameter) pellets and found the Meisterkugelns to give the highest average velocity by about 12 fps over the Basics which shoot at 436 fps from my gun. The H&N pellets shot the slowest (433 fps), even with less friction from the smaller head size. Apparently the extra weight offsets the lower friction. Since extra velocity is a good thing, the Meisterkugelns will be my match pellets and the Basics will do fine for practice.
Things I liked:This is a well made and well finished, all metal product. It fits my IZH 46M perfectly and takes Weaver rings perfectly. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Very secure mount. I used it to mount a red dot for some pellet testing. No problems at all.
Things I liked:Installed easily on my Crosman PC77. They are very light weight. They make mounting a red dot very easy. Things I would have changed:The bottom of the mounts don't quite touch the cylinder, so the mounts can twist side to side a little. What others should know:The play is enough to throw a mounted sight off a bit. A little strip of thick tape on each side would probably fix the problem well enough.