From: Haendler &...
Things I liked:Very easy to handle, load, and shoot. Fairly accurate and have pretty good hitting power.
Things I would have changed:As usual, the tins--why can we have a sort of screw top?
What others should know:I find loading a .177 pellets a challenge in P-1, P-3, Dasiy 747, and GAMO Compact airguns. Yes, I am a "fumble-fingers" person. The Perfect Rounds are easy to deal with and load, and they have a fairly flat trajectory and hit hard. One day I'll try them with my Chrony and see what that looks like. They are fun, especially for plinking.
Things I liked:Shoots very flat, seems to be more energy at longer distances.
Things I would have changed:The lead dust, and the tin could use a threaded lid.
What others should know: Did as advertised, breathed new life into my old air rifle. After 20+ years with my rifle I couldn't just pitch out, but it was so worn out I didn't shoot it anymore. These do seem to work VERY well in older air rifles.
Things I liked: they can be loaded in certain beeman products fairly easy, where regular pellets are a night-mare to load or impossible or just a time consumeing pain, and you do not use that gun any-more....and they are pretty accurate, do not ever jam..
Things I would have changed:price,.
What others should know:there is another brand we all know of, these are a far superior round ball pellet in every aspect.... the russian pistols love them, great groupings.