Things I liked:Power, Looks, Accuracy, Adjust-ability, Muzzle break/Silencer, Trigger, Sling, Is there anything left?? Things I would have changed:The included bipod is plastice not metal (as posted on PA specifications)and is not much of a use unless it was fitted with a more sturdy spring which would provide reasonable clamping power. If only the stock would be in Turkish Walnut :D What others should know:I did not purchase from PA, I'm from Pakistan & I got an optima 3-9x44e scope with the package along with an extra scope stop. i am 6f 3" and 94 Kgs, and this gun gives me a workout. It is not for kids, it is for strong adults as it is long, heavy and got a fair bit of kick, and takes a fair amount of cocking effort. I haven't scoped my gun yet, have shot at least 70 pellets through it without making a single bit of adjustment to the installed fiber optic sights and out of the box this gun is DEADLY accurate and powerful. We do not have access to the whole JSB, H&N, Crossman pellet lines. The pellets available to us are H&N wadcutters, Gamo pro magnum, Gamo match, and Gamo pointed. I used Gamo pro magnum pellets with good result, tighter groups (2 cm x 3 cm) at 10 yards open sights. H&N wadcutters are lighter, produced 1.8cm x 3.75 cm groups at 10 yards with open sights with occasional flyers and atleast 3 pellets producing a louder than usual crack. It is imperative that you use artillery hold for best results. So far I am VERY pleased with my purchase.
Things I liked:Build quality, provided rings, easy to use adjustment knobs and AO. Things I would have changed:The AO adjustment, illumination knob and zoom ring are all a bit stiff, I'd prefer if they were smoother to operate. What others should know:It is a brilliant scope, nice optics although at 16x the image was slightly dim but nothing that would hamper your use on max magnification. It took 10-15 mins to zero it and it has held its zero so far, I've fired approx 150 shots and it hasn't moved. The reticle is very nice and crisp compared to my previous optima 3-9x44e scope and the mil dots are rather fine and align well the target at 25 yards. This scope is great value for money and the provided rings are also very very nice. My Hatsan mod 125 sniper supports weaver/picantinny rings so I've mounted these instead of my 1mm rings.
Things I liked:I love how it looks, trigger is pretty darn nice & I've managed to adjust it to break crisply around 1.75 lbs pull weight. 2 extra magazines and ability to adjust it to one's liking is another big plus. My package was supplied with an optima 4-12x44 AO mil-dot scope (didn't buy from PA) and a flashlight which works so great out to 50 yards in the night. The scope is also decent but I changed it later to mount a BSA tactical mim-mil side-focus scope. The extra accessory rails is also a plus. It needed to be broken in and now shoots very accurately. Mine is .22 cal and it loves the JSB 18.1 grain pellets. 2nd best pellets are JSB 15.9 gr and H&N Barracuda Match. Awesome knockdown, very power airgun. Things I would have changed:Weight & Loudness .. One needs to have a moderator to quiet it down, Hatsan needs to slash 1-2 lbs as it becomes tiresome to carry in the field when scope is mounted. What others should know:I chronied and got some astonishing muzzle energy results. JSB 18 gr shot at an avg 45 fpe. Barracuda match shot at 47 fpe avg and JSB 25.4 gr pellets shot at an avg of 50 fpe at the muzzle. Sadly the 25.4 gr JSB weren't as accurate as JSB heavies or Barracuda match but at under 40 yards the JSB monsters will easily bring down crow/pigeon size target. For longer shots (up to 70-80 yards) I rely on JSB 18 gr pellets, they constantly produce 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards if I do my part. After over 2000 pellets, the JSB 18 gr still shoot at ~45 fpe. I cleaned the barrel using JB bore paste and it surely did improve results. I highly recommend this airgun given the sheer value for money.