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Things I liked:Pointyness. Hard Shell. Accurate.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:My Marauder shoots these well launching @40ft/lbs or better. But, for the amount of air it uses to do it, I would rather shoot heavier balls.
Things I liked:Cool color, nice container, no scope adjustments when changing from the Beeman/H&N 31.02 domes, Amazing range...
Things I would have changed:I have had several out of this tin to have deformed skirts, looks to be manufacturer defects opposed to shipping damage. I can tell the difference in fit to breech from pellet to pellet in my condor, and the looser fitting ones are off target in a consistent manner so I can typically use some hold-over to try to compensate lack of tight fit in the breech. I do think a tad more diameter wouldn't hurt...
What others should know:The wind affects this pellet pretty bad past 60yards, but still conditions were finding me able to hit pop cans @ 130 yards consistently. I can watch the pellets flight thanks to is high gloss finish and a 24x scope. and I did spot a few that had erratic paths, but over all they fit pretty well in the breech of my TT Condor. I use PW 10, Three piece top hat with the largest opening restricter and these seem happy with the velocity. I am pondering removing the restricter, but I think these will go supersonic without it. Hit hard, expand well once they hit something solid. These pellets will reach out and touch something. the require the least holdover at distance of any of my current pellets, and leave the barrel nice and clean. I do get more pellets that venture off and hit somewhere unexplainable past 100 yards, but the ones that fly true have a more consistent POI than anything else I've tried past that point.
Things I liked:Weighty pellets are pretty sweet. Much quieter that I would have thought, being pointed. These pellets are priced right, and accurate enough for my skill level. They shoot pretty good out of my Hatsan 95.
Things I would have changed:I would change the ammo count or can size. I typically shoot H&N Field Target Trophy .25 Cal, 20.06 Grains, Domed, 200ct and the can that these Coppa-Spitzkugel's come in, comes half full, so it wastes a lot of space in my wooden cigar ammo storage box. Keep the can the same size as the rest of your lineup, or offer these in a 300 count or 350, since you could definitely fit that many in this container.
What others should know:5 star rating, one of my new favorites, but received 4 stars for all the wasted can space. Don't change the can size, just fill it up with 350 count and up the price = brilliant!