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Things I liked:The Pellets are defect free and for the most part the same size. The Pointed Expanding pellets are the best I have used in my just broke in Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 air rifle.
Things I would have changed:Put the Point Expanding Pellets in a ten of 500.
What others should know:I have put a ten of 500 Crosman HP, and a ten of 175 Pointed pellets through the Beeman so far. I am just starting to try and find the best pellet for it. So Far the Benjamin (Crosman Destroyer) Pointed Expanding Pellets are the best. They fix tight in the breach. All the other pellets I have used will fit the breach but are not tight. With the Crosman HP I could only get a 10 shoot group of 3 to 4 inches at 20 yards. With the Benjamin I am getting all ten shoots in the 10 to 8 ring of the target (1 1/8" group at 20 yards). I was shooting with a 5mph cross wind. I have not made any mods to the gun what so ever. With the Crosman HP pellets the chrono was showing a min of 678, max of 840, avg of 759, spread of 162 and a std dev of 30. The Crosman pointed had a std dev 40. But the Benjamin Pointed Expand on the chrono showing min 843, max 855, avg 849, spread 12, std dev of 4. That’s what makes these pellets have accuracy so high with a std dev of 4. With only a few pellets landing just outside of the 1.75” center, of my target due to cross wind. So if your air rifles are stamped “Sportsman RS2 Series” on the top of Receiver by the breach. You owe it to yourself to check out the Beeman .22 Pointed Expanding pellets or the Crosman Destroyer .22 pellets.
Things I liked:You get a variety of pellets to try without having to buy a full tin of 4 different pellets.
Things I would have changed:Packaging. The pellets come in a flimsy, four compartment, plastic tray. Count on spending some time sorting the pellets as they will likely be mixed up.
Things I liked:Chance to try different pellets.
Things I would have changed:Reduce the number of pellets per pellet type and increase the various weight and type of pellets.