other products by Haendler & Natermann
Things I liked: Kind of costly (for me), but I saw pretty much all the other shooters using these! They permit readily knowing how many pellets fired & how many left in stage shooting. They also protect pellets to both enable and see the flared ends are not distorted - optimizing accuracy potential. And, with the spring-loaded yellow plastic actual holder, it is extremely easy -- just pour in and jiggle tray -- to fill; plus, quite easy to select your pellet for loading. Imho, an accessory I'd surely not wish to be without!
Things I would have changed: A label area on the front to note the brand/type/size of pellet would be nice; I cut a mailing sticker in 1/3ds, and jot what's in the box on the 1/3rd -- it's too easy to forget exactly which pellet is in box without a label. (On the other hand, if one uses but a single brand/type of pellet, this is moot)
What others should know: No; a great product. Oh -- there is foam on inner top lid to keep pellets both secure and not rattlin' about.
Things I liked: Very well made. Easy to load the 100 pellets. Real handy in a match. No fumbling in a tin for the pellet. You just reach down and pull out the pellet, already facing the correct direction. Easy to count your shots by glancing at the Box.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: This is not just a plastic box. It's a typical German engineered product with the Shooter in mind.
Things I liked: This thing works great. I like being able to have my pellets ready to go as soon as I open the lid... slowly and carefully.
Things I would have changed: A lower price would be nice. Of course, I feel that way about just about everything.
What others should know: At 10 meter matches we shoot 3 sets of 20 shots. I placed narrow strips of thin transparent tape over rows 3, 6, and 9. This forces the box to fill rows 1-2, 4-5, and 7-8 with sets of 20 pellets each and leaves row 10 for sighters. Makes it a bit easier to keep track of shots.