Things I liked:Hit very hard,and acurate. Will stop small varmits cold.
Things I would have changed:Nothing, I lke the weight and the stopping power.
What others should know:Does drop some useing my 1377, but easy to make adjustments for.
Things I liked:Heavy front weighted. Thin skirt for tight seal.
Things I liked:These are good-looking pellets with a clean design and thin skirts. They fit well in the bores of all the guns I tested them in: Two different Crosman 1377s, a Benjamin 397, and a Mendoza Bronco. I did not find any deformed pellets in the tin.
Things I would have changed:The ilustration on the tin shows grooves on the outside of the pellets. There are NOT any grooves.
What others should know:The accuracy of these pellets was mediocre in all of the guns I tested them in. All groups were shot from 25 feet. Crow Magnums shoot more accurately from the same guns. For those who complain about the lack of screw-on lids: Who carries a whole tin of pellets with him when he goes shooting? I transfer pellets from the tin into any of the following: Empty but clear prescription bottles with snap-on or screw-on lids. Empty Pez dispensers, also clear. A neoprene "squeeze-type" coin purse. These are not clear, but will hold a lot of pellets. In addition, Crosman makes a pellet pouch which can be carried on your belt. It has a velcro fastener, but I have had pellets fall out of it because it does not seal well on the ends.
Compatible with Skenco Ultra Shock, .177 Cal, 10.3 Grains, Hollowpoint, 150ct