Things I liked:The handgun is light and easy to use. It loads relatively easy and has vary little recoil when fired. It is a great starter gun. It has the same mussel velocity as its sister pump rifle. Great combination. Things I would have changed:Pumping can be difficult and if not careful you can pinch your hand between the pump handle and the trigger guard. It appears that the pointed style pellet loads the easiest. The blunt or flat style has a tendancy to tilt and jam while trying to load in the barrel. Don't force - patients is the key. What others should know:If you watch the video about this product from the folks at Pyramyd, they make it look easy to hit the target at 60 feet. Practice makes perfect is the saying. It does require a steady hand. This is an old style gun that has been around for a while and is great for plinking and general target practice. Worth the money!!
Things I liked:The unit is light weight and easy to assemble. It is a great tool for adjusting the bridge sight and the scope. It works great with rifles and handguns. Using this device along with a good laser bore sight tool makes setting you sights easy and accurate. Things I would have changed:I dont like the fact that it is made from injection mold plastic. That process adds to the light weight characteristics but, does not add to the durability. My unit showed discolored stress areas that will break in time. I would change the material to a more durable plastic or composite. What others should know:Make sure that the surface this device is sitting on is stable and sturdy as it aids in the adjustments. Care must be taken to not allow too much body weight on the unit. The weak area is the stock rest and how it attaches to the main body of the device. Make sure that you remove this section when handguns are being used.
Things I liked:This device makes adjusting a scope a snap. It is easy to use and will not damage your bore. Works also with bridge sights but not as well. Things I would have changed:Inserting the batteries is a bit of a task. I was surprised to see that it uses (3) flat batteries about 3/8 in diameter. This could get expensive when the batteries go bad. Turning the unit on and off is a bit of a chore. You have to push and twist at the same time and this is difficult to do after you insert the unit into the bore of your gun. I would like to see a different method for inserting the batteries and turning the unit on and off. Also, reducing the amount of batteries would be nice and less expensive. It would also be nice if there was an adapter for guns that have a silencer, like the GAMO Silent Cat. I had to fabricate one to use this tool on that gun. What others should know:Make sure that when you are finished with this tool that you remove the batteries for long term storage. Batteries can corrode if left too long in the device. Also, this adds to the life of the batteries. Try and keep everything in the package you received it in as this is a good way to store the unit and protect the rubber inserts from drying and cracking. A little light weight oil will help as well. Final safety tip: DO NOT LET THE LIGHT HIT YOUR EYES. Remember this is a laser device.