Things I liked:Almost everything! These are flawless, and I have yet to find one single pit in any of these! The container is also nice. The accuracy (out of my springer rifle) is very good considering what I fired them out of. Things I would have changed:If they could make a narrower cap for pouring that would be nice. They could also make the actual plastic thicker - it seems a bit fragile. What others should know:For the price, these are absolutely perfect.
Things I liked:For the price (I bought it used), it was very good and in good condition. It did have someone's name carved into it, but it was not very noticeable. The sights move around a fair amount, but once they are centered again it's fine. The accuracy is very good with .25 gram bbs. Lots of metal on it besides the pistol grip, forearm, stock, and lower receiver. The lower receiver is a very nice, almost metallic plastic, though. It came with a deluxe speedloader, three-point sling, cleaning rod, tri-rail mount, and 2 magazines. Things I would have changed:If they could stabilize the sights (have them not move around left and right) that would be great. Also, the magazines were different in the two of these I bought. All four were plastic, but two of them used screws and seems to be of better quality than the other two which were held together by pure friction and the top and bottom were of more frail plastic. Not a big issue when they each hold 340 rounds though. What others should know:If you don't mind wobbly sights and some plastic, it's a great buy.
Things I liked:I love the color and finish of the wood. The sights are also very good. Unfortunately, I cannot tell if the accuracy is spot on since I just got into spring-piston rifles and need to improve my hold. From how well I can shoot, it seems to do very well, hitting anything I throw at it (meaning household objects). The cocking effort is virtually nonexistent for someone teen-sized or larger. The power on mine isn't great, but because cocking effort it's not a problem. Things I would have changed:The bluing on the metal isn't great, but it's not too bad. There is a flaw in the wood, but again, not an issue. The trigger is fairly stiff though, breaking at around the advertised 6 lb. What others should know:For $90 you'd be hard pressed to find a better plinking/target practice air rifle.