Things I liked:At this time nothing is good about this pistol. Out of the box it would not even develop enough pressure to get the pellet out of the barrel.I will keep it as an inexpensive learning gun to work on. I will tear it completely down to see how spring guns work and try to get it working. For 20 dollars it is worth that. Things I would have changed:Be sure they work before leaving the factory. Quality control is diffidently lacking here. What others should know:Don't expect much here. The cost of returning may cost more than the pistol. However if your new to air gunning like I am and want to know as much as possible about spring guns, then this is a good one to learn on. Have fun and enjoy our sport.
Things I liked:I really love this pistol. I do so much I purchased another one without the red dot on it. Even my missus enjoys this. It doesn't have the power of some more expensive pistols, however this was bought for target shooting and not varmint control. It can be tricky to load, that just slows me down to take a proper shot. Things I would have changed:Make it easier to load. I took the advice from another review and use tweezers to load this. I find that the domed or pointed pellets are the easiest to load.Wad cutters take me 3 times longer. What others should know:This is not a air gun for a child. It takes quite a bit of force to close. I even have to load and cock it for my missus, that just brings us closer together. So just be aware it does take a lot of force to close which is worst with the red dot on it.