Item Code: RWS-2317389 [PY-P-234]
Things I liked: Bought specifically to practice offhand at 10 meters. Tried from a bench at 10 meters to test.............excellent accuracy was noted.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!!!!!!!!!!!
Things I liked: I have used these extensively and found that they are very good, and cheap bought in qty, i use about 6000 a year !!! I have found that by resizing them to my rifle's preferred size they are deadly accurate and i wonder if the RWS Meisterkugel are not just a more refined sizing of the diablo basic pellet. but as every rifle will have it's own sweet spot size, then you might just as well buy these, sort them by skirt diameter, and then test fire the different groups of sizes and see which your rifle prefers. then resize them all and you will have an excellent competition grade pellet. At a very affordable price... plus the quality of the pellets is very good, clean, almost look polished, and the tins have no dust or swarf in them. try them you will not be disappointed at the results.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: Re-Sizing of any pellet brand will always improve accuracy. Most rifles seem to prefer a certain brand, but it's the average size in the tin that is matching up to what your rifle requires. so try measuring every pellet and sorting them into sizes, +0.05, +0.10 +0.15, +0.20 mm and on a calm day test the groups of pellets and see which work best.. no point buying a brand if only 20% in the tin actually give high accuracy and the rest are all wide of the bulls eye... then start sizing your pellets, no need to accept the odd flyer, if you want to win then this is the only way!!! make every one count..
Things I liked: Uniform, clean, accurate, in all my guns. Very inexpensive compared to others, 500 in the tin. Nice.
Things I would have changed: Perfect as is.
What others should know: These work well, no jams, in my Beretta PX4, Winchester M-14, S&W M&P45, Crosman 1077, Vigilante, and all my single shot rifles. They are easy to seat and fit nice and tight. They don't fall out unless I drop the mag on the floor. Never an issue shooting. I did the math, 2,000 pellets for $18.77 including a 10% PA discount and buy three get one free. Comes to .009385 cents each. Less than a penny! 100 shots, 94 cents!