Things I liked:Construction, feel, accuracy Things I would have changed:Grips could be a bit more comfortable What others should know:This gun is a serious weapon. Shoots great. Superior build quality. I put a red dot sight on it (added optional Picatinny rail, sighted in at 30 feet and shot quarter size groups from a sitting position on a rest made from a firm pillow using RWS match wadcutters. I plan on changing the grips with wooden ones found online. Very happy with this purchase. I also own an RWS Diana 34 rifle and it is also excellent.
Things I liked:Wicked looks, high quality build, accuracy. Scope is nice too, better than a lot of combo units. Things I would have changed:Maybe the trigger - pull effort is a little hard, but the more I shoot it the better I like it, so will probably leave stock for now. What others should know:This gun is addictive. I got the 22 cal. version. Fun to shoot. Have been breaking it in at 50 feet using Crosman Premier 14.3 grain hollow points. Quarter sized groups. Scope is clear and sharp and easily sighted in. Great looking gun. Super value. Pyramyd Air is easy to deal with.
Things I liked:Accuracy. 25 - 35 yards with H&N Baracuda Hunter Extreme produces quarter size group from a bench. In the field, squirrels are easy targets at that range. Hits hard. Very hard. Fairly quiet for a gun with this much punch. Great trigger. Things I would have changed:Weight. This is a heavy gun. I hunt with it, but has taken some practice to hold it steady when bearing down on a squirrel. Cocking effort is difficult, even after break-in. Bundled scope is not great. I replaced it with a UTG 6-24 x 50. Good scope for this gun (and others). What others should know:I like this gun. The accuracy, trigger and punch make the weight and cocking effort tolerable. Not a beginner or small person's gun. It takes strength and endurance to haul this thing through the woods and cock it repeatedly on a long morning hunt, but if you want a 1-shot 1-kill gun, it's hard to beat.