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Things I liked: They work well.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Use them.
Things I liked: I had been using Crosman 40-count cartridges since I got into airgunning, as they were available cheap at the local Walmarts. I chose to get the 100-count Swiss Arms so I could compare them, just to see what differences I might encounter. The biggest change I found with the Swiss Arms brand was that they were MUCH easier to puncture in my Ruger 1022 than the Crosmans were. This means less stress on the puncture tube and on the threads as I screwed it in. I no longer feel like I'm going to damage my gun simply by loading it! I will definitely be ordering Swiss Arms brand in the future!
Things I would have changed: When my box of 100 arrived, I repacked the loose cartridges into used 40-count Crosman boxes for neater storage in my cabinet. When I did that, I found I only had received 98 instead of 100. Not a problem, since they weren't expensive, but a minor irritation. It would probably not have happened had they been packed so that there was some neatness to the packing to ensure a full count.
What others should know: A few of the cartridges looked like they had been around the warehouse for a while, as they had a slightly different patina about them. They performed just as well as the others, so far as I could tell.
Things I liked: 12g of CO2. Good price if you buy in bulk. They fit all my CO2 guns with no problems They get the job done. No duds so far.
Things I would have changed: Swiss Arms QC people - see my uploaded pic then live up to the cleanliness reputation stated via urban legend.
What others should know: See my uploaded pic when available. Based upon my testing, these are cleaner than Crosman, but not as clean as Asura. I posted my pic and testing methods on AirgunWarriors forums - check out the discussion there. I tried these because so many Crosman were duds. About 20% of the Crosman canisters (box of 40) had like burnt/scorched tops and simply had little to zero gas inside. The Swiss arms have zero duds so far, and visually, they are perfect. None have that scorched top I found on the Crosmans.
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Are they the same tolerances as the crosman brand?