Things I liked:Pump to vary power, relatively quiet compared to my .22 springer, solid construction Things I would have changed:Change something in the design to make pumping beyond the 4th or 5th pump easier--it's a great arm workout in any case. What others should know:I've gone through a couple attempts as using a .22 spring-air gun, but pump still rules! This is a quality gun.
Things I liked:Look and feel, accuracy, dot sight and flashlight, good on CO2 use Things I would have changed:Make the laser dot turn on and off with the same switch controlling the flashlight. A little expensive, but I found it to be worth it What others should know:I had the regular GAMO PT-80 pistol before I bought this one. I liked the CO2 use of the regular PT-80, but the accuracy and velocity wasn't very good, so I took a chance on this one. I'm very pleased. After I dialed in the dot sight with a couple of eight round clips this gun fired right on target. On the third clip, from 20 feet, I took one test shot, missing center by a 1-1/2". I then rested my hands and pistol on a steady surface, centered the dot on the target again, and pulled off the remaining 7 shots in 5 seconds. I got every shot within a quarter-sized area. I performed the same test from about 40 feet and still kept shots within a silver dollar sized area--excellent! Again, this pistol and the regular PT-80 are also very good with CO2 use, getting 60 shots per cylinder consistently and sometimes a little more.
Things I liked:Fit my Benjamin 392 just as advertised, allowing mounting of my red dot sight. Things I would have changed:Have both a weaver and dove tail option since the piece holding the scope can be easily removed and changed with a couple of allen bolts.
Things I liked:This or any red dot sight sure helps pin point and know what I'm aiming at. Things I would have changed:Adjusting the elevation screw required moving or closing the rear eye piece cover. Wish it would open no further than vertical rather than leaning against the elevation adjustment. Not a big deal once adjustments are done obviously. What others should know:A very good value for a red dot sight
Things I liked:Power, accuracy Things I would have changed:The recoil, if I could change it. But that's a springer for you. It's not that bad, but takes getting used to. What others should know:Fired first with iron sights at about 10 meters. Got that pretty dialed in, though I'm no marksman. The I took it to a 50 meter range and tried the iron sights again. I'm definitely no marksman there, though I was just using a silhouette and kept my groups in the head and heart region no problem--probably about a 6 inch group. Next I set up the provided scope for 10 meters. That definitely made a difference there, keeping a 1 inch or less group consistently over 50 shots on several targets. I'll take it to the 50 meter range again soon with the scope and see how I do there. This gun (the .22 version) is powerful, going through two 3/4 inch pine boards with a little power to spare with Beeman Kodiaks.
Things I liked:Light weight, good coverage Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Nice, inexpensive, and effective. Great coverage. Hope I never need to put them to the test with a powerful ricochet. Just nice to have at a shooting range or when plinking hard targets.