Things I liked:Looks, .22 caliber, heft, accuracy and value.
Everything is good. The scope is right on at present. Hope it stays this way. The model 34 with the celebrated T06 trigger lives up to all the Internet hype thrown it's way. I am presently using RWS 14.5 super domes and they all seem consistent. I will be trying Crossman 14.3 hollow points soon and wonder if there will be any change. I'm going to try scaling down in weight to see how light I can go without losing accuracy.
I almost settled for a Winchester 1250 SS .177 cal. The build, loudness, heavy cocking and erratic groupings turned me off and I got my money back. The Made in China weighed heavily on mind as well.
I'm very satisfied with my Diana model 34 with the nice wood stock. I read that it will actually get better. I do recommend it highly. Things I would have changed:Somehow come up with a nice looking way to sling it. An optional add-on gel or rubber butt pad. This would make it unbelievably first class.
With so many reports of screws coming lose, why can't those amazing German engineers come up with a way to counter act this annoying trait? What others should know:This is my very first air rifle. I have figured out that my accuracy suffers the longer I look at my target. Get the cross hairs on target, breath out slowly and right before exhaling completely take the shot. Also, grip the rifle lightly let it do it's recoil thing. Buy or make a stock rest to steady your shot. I cut a piece of my old jeans pant leg filled it with 3 pounds
of rice, zip tied the ends shut. Works great.
Things I liked:Large enough nicely bound all sides. Things I would have changed:I purchased this cleaning cloth because I thought it cleaned AND LUBRICATED.
At least that is how it is advertised.
I contacted Gamo about this and they argued that I miss read it. Ah, not quite. The box leads anybody that has a quarter of a brain to believe that the rag is advertised to clean AND LUBRICATE.
When I opened the package it didn't take long to figure out that all I had purchased was a micro-fibre cloth that's all folks!
Pyramid Air a stand-up company was embarrassed about this and took care of me.
Pyramid Air Yea! Gamo Nay!. What others should know:The Gamo cleaning cloth comes to you bone dry.
Lubricate at your own risk.
Things I liked:Nice well made pellets go well with my RWS Diana .22 cal. Things I would have changed:Make a larger tin at a better price. What others should know:Might be the pellets you have been searching for.
Things I liked:The amount and price. Things I would have changed:Better quality control. Explain that they might not fir your particular air rifle. What others should know:I was never able to give these pellets a try since they would not fit the breech of my .22 cal RWS model 34.