Things I liked:Ver accurate, plenty of power, feels good in the hand. Things I would have changed:The rear sight is not quite to my taste but does what it is supposed to. A bit more adjustment would be nice. What others should know:This is a classic airgun. If you think you want one, trust me, you do. Buy it! Have read that it is hard to cock. Just put a little oil on the pivots and it smooths right out. Seems to shoot just about anything I stuff in the breech very well.
Things I liked:Very comfortable to hold and shoot. Nice iron sights. Enough weight to stabilize the shooter's hold but not enough to be a burden. This gun has some serious power!! Havn't chrono'd it yet, but the pellets get there in a hurry and hit with a smack. Have to reinforce my pellet trap -- have destroyed the steel backing plate!! And to top it all off, this rifle flat out shoots. Offhand I am getting groups under an inch at 30 yards. From a solid rest, I can make one ragged hole. Things I would have changed:The trigger is rough. Even after adjustment, there is a rough spot in the pull just before sear release, but I am getting used to it. This is odd to me since I also own an X20 and its trigger is smooth and breaks like pulling on an icecicle. What others should know:This is a sweet rifle, especially when you figure in the price. The only negative I've found is the trigger. Do keep in mind that this rifle is quite long and heavy, but very well balanced. Mine loves Gamo match pellets. Have used Crosman Premiers to devastating effect on one skunk and several unlucky squirrels. This rifle drops em like lightning.
Things I liked:Easy installation, works great Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:In case others are wondering, this works fine in the single stack frames. My Wilson Combat pistol's sear was worn out and the hammer was catching on the blow back chamber when the slide was racked. This fixed it. Thanks Pyramid Air!