Things I liked:Weght,engineering,ergonomics,fun to shoot. Hits pretty hard,at least in the begining like all CO2's. Things I would have changed:Sights are really basic and elevation adjustment is vague at best.Needs an adapter kit available for larger refill tanks to make it more economical to shoot. What others should know:This is no kid's toy! BB's bounce back, and when they are coming out at 500 rounds per minute, eye protection is imperative.Goggles, not eyeglasses!
Things I liked:Nice looking scope. Has clear image with more light than my older Bushnell Sportview 4x.m I like the reticule with mildots. Something new to play with. I have it on my Marauder .25. Excellent combo for me!Lots of nice features for the money. Things I would have changed:To me, the covers are too cumbersome. I took them off right out of the box.When it's time to shoot,---shoot, don't be messing around with lens covers! What others should know:Bought this scope for a pcp knowing I can switch it to one of my magnum springers and it will hold up!
Things I liked:Sturdy! Things I would have changed:Nothing for the money. What others should know:I have the mount on my Beeman R1 to stop scope shift. It looks like it should do the job with the lengthy base and locking receiver pin built into it.However, I'm still waiting on my scope from repair service at Bushnell to try it all out.
Things I liked:Velcro seal on belt end is fast and easy to put on as I am going hunting/shooting. Things I would have changed:Design of pouch flaps inside. Takes up pellet storage room and sometimes causes pellets to fall out when you open pouch. What others should know:I bought one of these to put my .177 cal. pellets in as I have two of the Crossman ones for my .22 cal guns. It looks slighly different and that was the purpose so I didn't always grab the wrong cal. pouch. They are very much the same in function.
Things I liked:Reasonable price for plinking ammo. Things I would have changed:Make them equal size and weight! What others should know:Some are large and hard to seat, others fall out of sight in chamber on my Gamo Delta. They shoot low as compared to the Gamo Hunter pellets. Not a bad group with them if you sort sizes. Shouldn't have to though!
Things I liked:The idea of a pack of samples to try to find the right pellet for my .22 guns. Things I would have changed:Nothing, maybe packaging. These are easy to spill after opening and hard to get out of the small compartments, it seems. What others should know:Good luck! I only found one pellet that shot with consistency in my R1 and Gamo Whisper. That was the Benjamin hollowpoint which is probably the same pellet as the Crossman Premier hollowpoint that I use all the time as a favorite in these two rifles. The rest of the pack, to me, will be plinker pellets.
Things I liked:Combo pack to at least try different pellets at a reasonable cost. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Served my purose of looking to improve accuracy on my .177 air gun. The Gamo Hunters were the one in this set to try. The others are just plinkers to me now.
Things I liked:Good looking, qulity pellet. Had to try these! Things I would have changed:Price is a little high, but if they perform, it's worth it. What others should know:Haven't shot enough of them yet to really tell if they will be my go-to pellet in my .22 air rifles yet or not. Still experimenting at all ranges. So far, they are.
Things I liked:Hole for leverage to turn adapter in tight, black anodized finish. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Couldn't get it to seal completely on my EBOS. Or maybe it seals but there is a leak internally with the gun's valve. Still, it is such a slow hissing leak that it works with a 20oz cylinder muuuuuuch longer than the 88g, expensive ones. Am happy with it.
Things I liked:Light, easy to cock, slim to carry, great workmanship, and very accurate. Things I would have changed:Put fibre optic sights on it. What others should know:The most accurate springer I have and have shot! Likes most any pellet. Mine even groups great with Daisy HP's. Doubt if I will want to even scope this one.
Things I liked:Compact way to carry a few pellets when not planning on shooting all day. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I have one of these in .177 and .22. The .22 cal one seems to need more pressure to fully seat the pellet in my gun. The .177 is possible to load two pellets at the same time if you push a little too hard. All things considered though, I like the idea and convenience of this item.
Things I liked:Cost! Some mags for PCP guns are outrageous! Just bought yhis one for 2 reasons......a backup to the one that came with the Marauder, and now instead of only 8 shots handy, I have 16 before reloading. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Some pellets load easier than others, and some brands, I hear won't function at all in these type mags.I hear that the Polymags , for one, come in a shorter version now to address this issue.
Things I liked:Well made, consistent, innovative design pellet that really works! Things I would have changed:The cost is prohibitive to most except for hunting only. What others should know:I have 3 .22 cal air rifles. These pellets grouped poorly in my Nitro Venum and Gamo Whisper, but were the tightest group I ever saw come out of my Beeman R1, and I have shot all brands from it. They really twaack when they hit a squirrel, and do a lot of damage.