Things I liked:Easy to charge with handpump (not a large volume) Things I would have changed:Put a texture on the end to make it easier to unscrew What others should know:The one that came with my gun holds pressure find. The extra one I bought drops to 150 as soon as I vent after filling, and I'm exchanging it for another one
Things I liked:This thing is a monster. I don't have a FPS meter, but I have an airgun shooting range in my basement. At 20 yards this penetrated 3 boards, (1/2 inch plywood, and 2 1-inch pine boards and came to a stop against a steel plate fastened to the foundation wall of my basement. That is in comparison to my Hatsan .25 pistol which lodges domed pellets midway through the plywood, and my Gamo Bone Collector, which with a hypervelocity pointed pellet does the same except blows the back of the plywood out. After sighting in the scope, everything is stacked on a dime. Things I would have changed:It is loud, but what can you do? Wear ear protection for sure.
Things I liked:Holy "S$%#!balls!". I got the 9mm. This thing is attractive and feels solidly made. I was hesitant about the woodwork combined with the modern design in the pictures but the pictures don't do it justice. The trigger pull is smooth and once zeroed in (Laser barrel mount and optic scope on the rail) is dead accurate. I shot 10 magazines today (70 shots) and I love it. I am getting 21 good shots on a fill with the JSB Diablo and Air Venturi 9mm rounds and they still have power to break through 2 1/2 inch plywood boards at the 21st shot. (I know the description states 14 shots per fill). With these pellets I had zero jams. Things I would have changed:Allow battery plug in like a cartridge. Currently you have to take 2 screws out and separate the wires. Larger magazine size on the 9mm. What others should know:The 9mm version of this is like having an AR-15. I shoot other small caliber airguns indoors only in a completely enclosed basement in a contained range.
This thing will pierce through floorboards and walls. I have people over to shoot my .22 SMG 22 belt fed pellet gun, as it does not stand a chance of accidentally discharging through the floorboards but will have to go outdoors to practice with this. ("With great power comes great responsibility.)