Things I liked:Well made,easy fit and a great price. Put them on my 1377 and mounted a BSA RD30 red dot scope. No problems with the hex bolt as reported by other users. They really must be over tightening. Things I would have changed:Because the mounts don't touch the body of the gun the barrel tends to twist a fraction. The mounts and the scope are rock solid maybe the mounts should be a fraction longer. Some users may think the the mounts are loose and tend to over tighten the bolts What others should know:I solved the problem of the twisting barrel by using epoxy putty under the legs of the mounts so that there is no space between the bottom of the mounts and the body of the gun. A ten minute job. Everything is really solid with no twisting barrel and she shoots like a dream.
Things I liked:Most eveything about this little carbine. It is a delight to shoot and very accurate. The scope is pretty good and was very easy to site in. The ergonomics are nearly perfect and it looks cool. Things I would have changed:There should be a downward curve in the butt just below the C02 cylinder so that you can get your fingures completely round the cylinder. I lose a lot of gas when I put in a new refill because I can only screw it in a quarter turn a time and can't tighten it up fast enough. What others should know:Except for the lack of clearance between the butt and the Co2 cylinder this is a perfect airgun for plinking,target shooting and small rodents
Things I liked:Most everything. Shoots fast and accurately. You can get up to 40 shots out of oneCo2 cylinder with hardly any drop in power though ambient temp might play a role Things I would have changed:Nothing though I have small handsand find the grip a little large(but then its a 357 replica) What others should know:I fitted mine with a Daisy red dot and find that my accuracy has vastly improved especially since my eyesight is not as good as it used to be. I do wish I had spent a bit more on a better red dot because the Daisy is a bit flimsy but you gets what you pay for. I also recommend you wait a little between shots to get the most power out of the Co2. I also recommend you get the spare rotary clips to increase your shooting fun.
Things I liked:great product Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:you should get a good 30 plus shots per cylinder at full power but recommend you wait a few seconds between shots to get the most power out of each charge. Don't forget the pelgun oil on the tip of the cylinder when you change C02.
Things I liked:Cheap Things I would have changed:The screw and nut system for adjusting windage and elevation is really terrible. The red dot is large and not well defined and covers the entire bulls eye so don't expect pin point shooting.' What others should know:Once you have sighted in you must tighten up the little nuts or else it will go out of wack after a few shots. The nuts are tiny and if you have a wrench of that size in your tool box you'll be lucky. The problem is that when you tighten the nuts you will be off target because the screw moves so you will have to re sight again. The trick is to hold the screw so that it doesn't move while you tighten the nut. You will need a vice or a friend to help you out for this to work.If you can afford something better go for it. I have one fitted to my Crosman 357 and am getting some fun out of it and will admit that its better for me because of my lousy eyesight. Not for serious shooters.