Things I liked:I bought this case to store my Hatson 25 as it was the perfect size. Has outside pockets to store owners manual, pellets, tactical gear, etc. Made of heavy nylon with a nylon lining and three Velcro straps to secure an air rifle and has a two way zipper. Things I would have changed:The three Nylon Velcro straps are only attached to the lining. If you secured a rifle with them, it would only rip the straps from the lining. I took it to a tailor to bar tack it to the case and works well. What others should know:With the exception of the straps this is a nice case for storing an air rifle or shoulder stocked pistol at a reasonable price even with the few bucks to bar tack the straps.
Things I liked:I used this product b/4 on my center fire guns and bought this for the size of the container. It works very well in cleaning bores and leaves a protective film on metal. I use a couple of drops on a nylon brush to clean a dirty bore. Add 1 drop to a cleaning pellet and fire and fire 2 more clean pellets to remove and excess cleaner. Takes about five minutes to clean the bore. Doesn't get much easier. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:This is a petroleum base product. Make sure any excess cleaner is removed from the bore before firing a pellet. I've been using this on air guns for about 7 months and don't know how this products affects the seals so I try not have any contact with the seals and as a cautionary measure I wipe and lube the seals after cleaning.
Things I liked:I bought this air gun for its noise level to shoot indoors (apt.)during the winter. This is a solid gun with a good balance for its size and first impression looked as if was well made. The first gun I received looked as if it was used. Frame was marked up, bare metal showing on the trigger and the windage and elevation knobs were frozen. I sent it back asking for a replacement and if someone could check it b/4 shipping. The 2nd gun was worse than the first one. The front sight was off center to the right and the windage and elevation knobs were frozen again. I called customer service asking for a third replacement and Please could someone check it b/4 shipping. The third gun came with the front sight off center to the right but the windage and elevation knobs worked. I have a 33' range in my apartment, I tried to sight in the air gun at 15'. It shot very small 5 shot group but 31/2"-4" below the bull and about 6" to the left of the bull. I adjusted the sights and moved to 33'. With the windage adjusted to the right as far as it good go and the elevation at it highest setting the gun still shot to the left and low of the bull. I gave up trying to get this air gun that had some type of quality control when it was made. I gave it to the factory foreman to see if they could straiten the barrel to a midway sight pattern. Things I would have changed:Inspect these air guns b/4 shipping by actually shooting them or better yet advise the importer of the lack of Quality Control. Change the rear sight to a better quality even if it increases the cost.Its a shame because this could be an accurate shooter and is well made except where noted What others should know:If you purchase this Air Gun anyway, go for the 10 for $10.00.
Things I liked:Well made air pistol at first sight. Solid feel and a nice balance for its size. Shoots a very small group at 33'. However the quality control is non-existence. The first gun I received looked like it was used, marks all over the frame, bare metal showing on the trigger and the elevation and windage knobs were frozen. Called customer service asking for a replacement and could someone please check the replacement b/4 shipping. The second gun had an off center front sight to the right and the elevation and windage knobs were frozen. Called customer service again requesting a replacement and if someone could please check it b/4 shipping. The third gun had the front sight off center but the elevation and windage knobs worked. However with the windage knob adjusted to the extreme right and the elevation knob adjusted to the highest elevation the gun shot to the left and below the bull at 33'. There was no adjustment left to get a group in the 10 ring. Things I would have changed:Test fire these air guns before shipping and advise the importer of the lack of quality control. Change the rear sight to a better quality even if it increases the cost. This air gun could be a very accurate shooter if a little quality control was used. What others should know:If you decide to purchase this air gun anyway order it with the 10 for $10.00. Maybe you will get a better one than I did.