Things I liked:The fit and finish is very good, and the stock is very sleek and slim as compared to a lot of wood stocks. Checkering is very clean. Shooting cycle is smooth and quiet. Things I would have changed:Offer it a lower cost without the scope and the bipod. To be accurate you really need an AO scope unless you will be always shooting at 50 to 100 yds. What others should know:This is definately not a youth gun. It takes a strong arm to cock it but for your effort you will get about 24 pounds of energy with .25 Polymags.
Things I liked:This is my second Hawk and both have been excellent in every way. I believe the QC is getting better as this most recent one had a better metal finish than the Airhawk that I bought 5 years ago. I like the slimmer look to the Blackhawk stock. She is shooting at 917 FPS with RWS Suberdomes and stacking them. Things I would have changed:Offer it without the scope as most people trash it anyway, that way you could sell it $10 cheaper and it would be an even better bargain than it already is. What others should know:The Hawks are a little heavy if you are not used to premium springers, and an artillary hold is required to wring out all the accuracy these rifles are capable of.
Things I liked:As all Leapers items, this was excellent in every way. I especially like the option of flipping the clampinb bar to better fit your specific dovetail. Things I would have changed:Not a thing What others should know:If you have an airgun with recoil, get one of these and forget about your scope moving around.
Things I liked:Nice clear picture, seems to be staying zeroed even on a heavy kicker like my Blackhawk. This was my first Tech Force product and I am happy so far Things I would have changed:Mildot would be nicer for air rifle use. Cross hairs could be a little smaller.