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Things I liked:The Crow Magnum in .25 is the go-to pellet for my Hatsan M-135. Like all the H&N pellets I have tried and used, it is clean, precisely manufactured and uniform. I am sold on H&N pellets for all three of my calibers, and the Crow Magnum, in particular. This is especially true in my .25 Hatsan M-135. I learned that the Hatsan .25 bore is slightly oversized. Hence, the .25 Baracudas and Silver Points fit a tad too loosely for optimum accuracy. However, their cousin, the Crow Magnum is slightly oversize and fits the bore more snuggly - thus increasing accuracy. Having learned this, I zeroed my Leapers UTG scope with the Crows and have a one-ragged-hole shooter. While a fan of the Silver Points and Baracudas in my other calibers, they just could not group with the Hatsan slightly over-size bore. The Crows, to say it again, did!
Things I would have changed:The Crow Magnum is an optimal projectile for my use of it as a pest removal pellet. There is little I could suggest for a product improvement. Of course, the old adage about more pellets for the dollar applies!
What others should know:These are amazingly able to expand in my modeling clay brick that I use to ascertain pellet impact performance. While much has been made of hollow point pellets that is wishful writing, these DO expand and put energy in their target. They are the one pellet that is able to harness the awesome power of the M-135 and put it down range. These, I might add work similarly in my RWS 350 Feuerkraft Pro Compact, which is another high power break barrel, but this one in .177. For pest control at short to medium ranges, say 10 meters to 20, they are devastating, accurate, clean and uniform. They do what one wants them to do. I suspect that they become less accurate a long range as they are a kind of "semi-wadcutter," that is, with a flat front profile - not the best aero shape. Keeping that in mind, use them for their intended mission and one will be pleased with the results.
Things I liked:The container has a screw on/off lid and they are consistent in shape and size. However they sit so loosely in my hatsan 125 in .25, they actually fall out as I reset the barrel to shoot.
Things I would have changed:Make them cosistent with other .25 pellets in size.
What others should know:Its simple. If your shooting them in a hatsan 125, probably get something else. They look very well made and im hoping my next .25 takes them.
Things I liked:Expands well. Good quality. Reasonably accurate. Tends to stay inside game. Transfers all it's energy.
Things I would have changed:Make a heavier version, about 31gr, kind of a cross between a crow magnum and a rabbit magnum.
What others should know:different pellet designs have different purposes. This pellet is designed for expansion and energy transfer on game, with acceptable accuracy at short to medium ranges. I use these as a less expensive alternative to predator polymags at distances under 40 yards. They shoot exactly half a mil low at 35 yard with my marauder zeroed with jsb kings.