Things I liked:Container easy to get into.
Things I would have changed:With my Walther Talon Mag as I found penetration of these pellets into an old dictionary not as good as that of Kodiak Gold.
What others should know:Again compared to what I have been using with the above air rifle, these pellets did not group at 20 yds as well. There was also more imperfect skirts than I am used to with the Beeman pellet.
Things I liked:Very good built and quality. Very accurate. Very good penetration.
Things I would have changed:nothing special.
What others should know:Very dangerous pellet because the metal point is hard, strong and sharp. Be careful where you shoot...
Things I liked:An update here ... I have now tested these at 30 meters and they are fairly accurate. Both of my Beeman RS-2s will group them around an inch. In my Crossman 357 they are as accurate as anything, save Crossman pointeds. They make my 357 a new gun!
Things I would have changed:Larger quanties and they are a bit high price-wise, but I will buy more!
What others should know:I have mentioned that the penertator tip seperates from the pellet. I noticed that shooting at a one gallon metal paint can filled with water. Recently I set up some aluminum soda cans filled with water at the 30 meter mark (the back of my yard) with a peice of 1/2 inch sheet rock behind them. Using one of my Beeman RS-2s, these little buggers would show considerable impact on the can (splitting at the point of entrance) and the pellet would continue on its path through the sheet rock while the penetrator tip would embed itself about an inch from the pellet hole. I can imagine these being very effective on game with a well placed shot!
Compatible with Skenco UltraMag Metal Tip .177 Cal, 10.7 Grains, Pointed, 150ct