Things I liked:Very clean pellets and accurate, and tight fitting ( almost too tight) in my gun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: These pellets were purchased to try in my .25 cal BSA Supersport purchased from PA last spring (2011). They are a VERY tight fit in the breech, so much so that I use a seater I made to load them. In contrast , the H&N FTT which shoot the best in my gun ,do not require force to seat. They are much more accurate than the BSA plyarms pellets, another wadcutter type pellet I tried.Some reviewers of the .25 cal BSA Supersports have said that the BSA gun has a very tight breech and have recomended using only the .25 cal Rhino's. I found those to be way too loose, and to borrow the description that Mr. Gaylord uses when refering to poor quality pellets, "they( the Rhino's) are sinker larve".
Things I liked:These pellets cut a very nice hole in paper targets.
What others should know:I shot these pellets out of my highly modified .25 cal. Airforce Condor with poly barrel and no two pellets cut a hole close to each other.
Things I liked:uniformity, consisitent accuracy in Walther Falcon Hunter; although it is flat nosed, the power of the Walther compensates for this, and am able to make 1 shot clean kills at 60 yards with devastating wounds. Also like the consistent shape/weight of each round.
Things I would have changed:maybe more for the money
What others should know: Don't overlook these pellets if you have a powerful rifle; they are accurate and deadly out to the practical ranges. You will be pleasantly surprized at the knockdown power and accuracy.