Things I liked:These little guys are fun to shoot and play darts on a dart board.
Things I would have changed:No idea.
Things I liked:I've had a lot of fun shooting these little guys. I use a Crosman model 1377 with one pump for short ranges (less than 25 feet) and 2 pumps for over 25 feet. I can get 1 and 1/2 inch groups at about 35 feet. I live in NJ so finding a place to shoot is pretty tough. With these I can shoot any time day or night in the comfort/privacy of my own home (usually during commercials while watching TV). The are plenty accurate and super quite so my girlfriend can concentrate on things like sight alignment and trigger control.
Things I would have changed:I would have bought 2 packs instead of one.
What others should know:When you pull these out of a dart board make sure you grab the metal, and not the "feathers". If you grab the feathers you will pull them out and destroy the dart. If you are having a hard time pulling out the dart work it back and forth a few times, or carefully use a pair of pliers. Aim for different spots on the dart board, or increase the distance of the dart board; these are accurate enough that one dart can damage another if they hit/nick each other.
Things I liked:Well made darts. If you have a handgun / rifle that's capable of shooting these, you're gonna want plenty of these.
What others should know:Pick up a real, steel-tip dartboard. Don't waste your hard-earned $$$ on one of those cheap, $10 - $12, "cardboard" dart boards. A good board can be had for around $45 - $55 and will last about 1000x longer. Try dart gun Cricket!