Things I liked: Very much like my real CZ75. Nice weight and feel. Fits my paddle holster. Use it on homemade target boxes around the house as practice for close encounters...not the same as the real thing, but cheaper to shoot and you can get at least some practice in at almost any time.
Things I would have changed: Nothing yet. Haven't had it that long.
What others should know: Not quite as accurate as I thought it might be, but I am satisfied at the distances I shoot.
Things I liked: A bit pricy, but there are zippered pockets everywhere, which meant there was considerable labor in making these.
Things I would have changed: Since my Talon SS was too long to fit (12"barrel) I had to take the air tank off. Since it would seem that any Airforce gun would have to come apart to fit in the case, a special pocket or attachment for just the air tank might have been nice.
What others should know: Well made, tough case.
Things I liked: Fabulous. A really great adaptation of a Colt Single Action. I have several original SSA pistols and this is as close as you can get in an airgun. Nice feel, weight and trigger pull- this gun is solid. Original Colts have four clicks in the hammer- this one has only three-but it's still so much like a real SSA . Set up a BB trap in my garage and shoot at Ritz crackers at 25'--yippee!!!...works great.
Things I would have changed: nothing....it would be nice if the hammer didn't always look one quarter cocked, but the hammer rebounds and I am not sure there would be another way to do it.
What others should know: Never had a CO2 cartridge gun before, but the CO2 leaks out fairly quickly if you don't shoot it. Even put a tiny dab of silicon lubricant on the end of the cartridge and that didn't seem to make any difference. Still in all- lots of fun to shoot.