Things I liked:Weaver rail and the thumbhole stock. Balance of the rifle. Accuracy of the rifle is pretty solid. I consistently hit the lid of a soup can at 50 yards while standing and shooting free hand. If I am relaxed, I can hit either side, top or bottom, to bounce the lid. From a rest, I can hit electrical knock outs (about the size of a nickel) rather consistently without wind or only a slight breeze.
I had mine professionally tuned and installed the GRTIII trigger and it is VERY consistent in it FPS and accuracy. Prior to trigger upgrade it was very difficult to be accurate/consistent while shooting freehand. Afterwards, night and day difference. Tuning made it very consistent. I shoot Crosman Hollowpoints and the gun does just fine. Cover 5 shot groups with a dime easy at 20 yards. This one took about 200 pellets to really settle down. Things I would have changed:It is beating a dead horse but the OEM trigger is rough at best. Hard to distinguish between first and second stage and really had to concentrate and focus to get an even trigger pull and not jerk the rifle while firing.
Bring it back stateside and manufacture in the US. What others should know:I have two of these. One wood and one synthetic stock. They both shoot the same after tuning but for whatever reason, the wood feels better on the balance and in my hands. Shooting off a rest or stick - I do not notice as much but shooting freehand I am more comfortable with the wood stock.
Weaver rail is a dramatic improvement for scope shift. I have two Remington NPSS and two Crosman Titan GPs with the dovetails. Even while loctiting down (Loctite Blue)and the scope stop - I still have to zero much more frequently than with the Benjamin's and the weaver mounted scopes.
I seem to have solid luck with the Centerpoint scopes. I have never had one go bad and when they are loctited down - they seem to hold true for me other than the occasional drift on the weaver rail.
Things I liked:Worked great on my Remington NPSS and Benjamin Trail NP. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Loctite Blue. Use it appropriately and you will be less frustrated with your scope and accuracy.
Things I liked:Works as advertised. Much easier and quicker than loading by hands especially for those with bigger hands/fingers. Seats pellets firmly and consistently. Allows for loading with gloves on and keeps hands/fingers free of lead. Things I would have changed:Cost is high for what it is. A mechanical pencil of the same design would be about $0.89. Now - value and cost are two totally different things and people often confuse the two. While it could easily be $0.89 - it does speed up the process of loading and makes it convenient for loading and carrying pellets in the field. In that regard, it is high value and worth the price. What others should know:I have put probably 1000 pellets through one and haven't had any issues yet.
Things I liked:Price and value. These shoot very consistently in my Remington NPSS' and Benjamin Trails. I get maybe 5 in a tin of 500 that either will not fit in the barrel or will roll out. Some will fit less snug and will cause the occasional flier.
Screw on tin. Seems most remark on this and it is a wonder others do not do this. Things I would have changed:I do not know what the tradeoff is between tightening up specs on size/shape distribution and increasing cost. The price is very attractive and for the 5 or so in a tin of 500 that I have to discard - it seems worth it.