Things I liked:My P17 shot 452fps w/ GAMMO Raptor PBA(5.4gr) and 354fps w/ H&N Kodiak (10.7gr.other pellets ranged 403-411fps. Trigger is 2 stage w/ break @ 2.2lbs. Accuracy is very good with the fiber optic sights. Things I would have changed:Red dot sight is not the best quality. Mine had considerable vertical drift, although the horizontal wasn't too bad. I improved the vertical drift by inserting a small compression spring(1/4" x 5/8") in the front. Remove the R/L adjustment screw, and place the spring inside to put tension between the sight top & bottom. What others should know:Keep the compression piston lubed w/ Li grease. Pell gun oil should be used on the breech O-ring (at the to keep it from drying out. Pointed or domed pellets are much easier to load than wadcutters. There are a lot of Blogs and YoouTube videos that are excellent resources for teardown & refurb.
Things I liked:I have used these pellets in my Daisy/Avanti 853 & Beeman P17 pistol. After comparing several pellets in both these guns, I have found these pellets to be the most:
Consistent (10 shots):
* 853 472 +/- 2.35fps
* P17 411 +/- 1.73 fps
Accurate, and by far the most economical! Things I would have changed:Nothing.. What others should know:Nope...
Things I liked:As close as you can get to the 9mm, and $100s of not $1000s cheaper! If I do my part, 5 shots covered by a nickel at 7m(w/ fresh CO2) Things I would have changed:Seems like others have had QC issues, but mine functions flawlessly! What others should know:I tore it down (watch for the little washer on the right hand side of the action pivot) and lubed it well before 1st shots. be sure to use pellgun oil or similar on tip of CO2 cartridge before insertion. Loved this so much I just ordered a Legends "broomhandle" Mauser!