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By Thomas from USA on 2011-05-28 12:19:36Things I liked: Value 235 H&N pellets for $3.95. Variety to find best pellet for my rifle. Overall performance.
Things I would have changed:Put name labels on the tubes.
What others should know:I tested all 6 types. And wrote the scope zero settings on labels on each tube. It only takes 9 or 10 pellets to zero each type. I know the target turret dials on my BSA AO scope well. Like,when I need to go up 1/2 or 1/4 turn or from 10 to 20 etc on the dial. OR 3 clicks. I have tried going back to the settings noted on the tubes and found the zeroes to be consistent. In my .177 benched test rifle, a humble Crosman 2100 (You laugh, it is handier, and easier to shoot accurately than my 9 pound RWS Underlever. The 2100 is quite accurate with as follows: H&N Crow Magnum pellets bad due to Fliers H&N Silver Point pellets good H&N Baracuda Power (copper-coated) superb dead nuts H&N Baracuda Hunter pellets fair due to Fliers H&N Field Target Trophy pellets superb dead nuts H&N Field Target Trophy Green (lead-free) Good I have ordered more copper coated as a result of my findings. Tom
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By Tavis from USA on 2014-02-11 08:27:42Things I liked:Variety of sizes and weights. The tubes would be great for carrying a small amount of pellets out hunting or wherever.
Things I would have changed:I would label the individual bottles. This is pretty ridiculous how easy it would be to have a bunch of pellets and not know any of the weights and sizes.
What others should know:Be careful when opening, easy to miix up. I cut the size, weight and name labels off the package and scotch taped them on the tubes.