Things I liked:Accuracy, power, weight. Things I would have changed:Weaver rail instead of the 11mm dovetail. What others should know:Don't waste your money with the "air force" accessory add ons. Do some research and look into some decent stuff. The bipod and scope are overpriced (harris or utg(?) come to mind, with regards to scope look at hawke or leopold(sp?)optics). They do work but the bipod is one step above scrap and the scope is ok but for the money it's just not worth it. My first day out with this gun I hit a water bottle at 130 yards on my seventh try. This thing is accurate and powerful. That being said there are a lot of variables to be accounted for and this gun, like any other pcp on the market, accuracy will vary dependent upon a multitude of factors. Bottom line this gun will not let you down and if you find any flaws it is easily modified.
It is my belief that without spending over 2600$ this is the most proper hunting pcp in the *.25* cal range.
Things I liked:Accuracy, optical sights, adjustable cheek rest. .25 cal is a must for myself.. Things I would have changed:I maybe accustomed to lighter pcp rifles but this thing feels considerably heavier. Not much of a problem for myself but for my wife it's a bit much. I'm 5"10 and 195 lbs. What others should know:Honestly, I love this gun. It is my go to basic varmint eliminator, day or night, at least until I get my NV Scope for my Air Force Condor and shroud.. Anyhow, I dispatched near a dozen rats in the first week of owning this rifle. On a scale of 1-10 on the loudness of it I'd put it in the vicinity of a 3.5. I live in an urban area and I shoot this gun in my backyard without drawing too much attention. I certainly try to use trees as a backstop when in doubt because this gun does pack a punch. Nothing I've hit yet has lived to talk about it to their buddies.