Things I liked:Nothing Things I would have changed:Everything What others should know:It does not feed BBs easily or at all. At times I had to press really hard just to get a BB to come out while at other times it wouldn't feed no matter how hard a pressed. I think it is the design because 90% of the time it feels like the BBs are stuck. After trying to use it for 10 minutes and tying to figure out what I could do to make it work, I went back to feeding BBs one at a time.
Things I liked:The built is great. It is a heavy, solid, and feels great while shooting. The magazine is easy to load and well built. The trigger is a little heavy and long but since it is not a target pistol, it works fine. It has no moving parts, some won't like this, but it allows great use of the CO2. Things I would have changed:The rear sites are a little small for me but I am guessing that is how the original gun has them. Include a second magazine or at least sell them separately. What others should know:For what it is, it is a great gun and you will not be disappointed especially for the price. It's an all metal replica, shoots strong, uses CO2 very well, accurate enough to hit cans, 3" chalk targets, etc. If you are looking for a target pistol with a feather light trigger to shoot dime size grouping, you're looking in the wrong place.
Things I liked:Well made, heavy, and feels good while shooting. The blow back is light and looks cool with out using too much air. Love the way it let's you know when it's out of BBs by locking the slide back. Things I would have changed:I would have liked an extra magazine or at least sell them separately. Change the way the BBs are loaded. it is a little tricky feed BBs and keep them from going through and falling out the other side. What others should know:For what it is, it is a great gun. It's an all metal replica, shoots good, accurate enough to hit cans, 3" chalk targets, etc. If you are looking for a target pistol with a feather light trigger to shoot dime size grouping, you're looking in the wrong place.
Things I liked:The BBs are consistent and uniform, at least to me they are. I have not had one jam, even after going through 2000 rounds so far. I've used them in all my guns, from revolvers to rifles, to Drozd. Things I would have changed:Bigger package/bulk to save a little.
Things I liked:It worked great on all my air guns, from my simple BBs pistol (400fps) to my PCP (965fps). I accidentally shot it making a hole from the front to the back with a .25 PCP and it still worked after that. Love that is has a way to mount it to a tripod. What others should know:It will not work very well at dawn or at dusk. It really needs to be bright and sunny or it will not read properly. Also, if the sun is low, tilting it so the top faces the sun allows me to get great readings and shoot into the ground. When you're using it in a backyard, this is the best way to avoid hitting your neighboring homes.
Things I liked:Love the look and feel of the gun. It shoots well for what it is, and looks good doing it. Things I would have changed:Less plastic, more metal. What others should know:It's pretty accurate but by all means not a match pistol so don't rate it as such.
Things I liked:I love the look and feel of this gun (9mm). I have several others, from Hatsan to Cricket. This one is unique and carries it's own on the range. I have to admit, after shooting this gun, shooting my .25 feels toyish. The weight and sound of a big bore is just very different than my .25s. I laughed when someone complained this gun was too loud to be backyard friendly. I was able to make holes in an old fire extinguisher at 55 yards, you should NOT be using this gun in a small backyard. If your yard is big enough to safely shoot this thing, it will be big enough that your neighbors won't hear it. Things I would have changed:Some baffles would be nice, but I actually like the sound it makes when it shoots so it is not a deal breaker. Better rubber pad as others commented is a must. What I would love would be a magazine that would hold the longer heavier pellets. What others should know:It is heavy, it is not a gun you shoot of the shoulder but more of a prone position. It is loud and not backyard friendly nor backyard safe. You can severely hurt someone. The biggest pellets I was able to shot were the Air Venturi 105 grain flat head. I really want to shoot the 127 grain round heads, I guess I will settle for single load on those.
Things I liked:They were consistent and none came damaged but again, they are solid and large so it would be hard to damage in transit. Things I would have changed:I would have like for the money. Maybe offer larger quantities for a discount. What others should know:They hit really hard and seam to be very accurate. I've only shot around 100 from my evanix but they all stayed on target. Keep in mind I wasn't shooting holes on paper, I was shooting 3 inch targets at 70 yards so I can't say how they group. I can say I didn't miss unless I messed up the shot.
Things I liked:It was a good price. It worked great and had no issues. I've used it on 5 different adapters and never had a problem. Things I would have changed:Lower the shipping costs if we order just this part. Shipping was almost as much for the part as the price of the part. What others should know:I was told by someone who works with high pressure tanks to use pipe tape. It's not for air leaks but to make the install and removal easier and smoother. Also make sure you screw enough to make contact with the seal. It depends on the length of your adapter how far you need to go so don't just screw it all the was down or you may deform the seal and cause it to leak.
Things I liked:They were pretty consistent in shape and size. I had great success in some of my rifles. They worked great in my stronger rifles but had less luck on the weaker ones but that was expected due to the weight. I was able to get same FP on my .22 as I did on my .25 which was really impressive. They are solid hard hitting and will pretty much kill what they hit. Things I would have changed:Larger tin with more. I rather pay a little more to get more than buying smaller tins. What others should know:They are heavy, do not use them if your PCP rifle doesn't shoot more than 1100fps with lighter pellets. With these pellets my rifle went from 1150 using lite pellets down to 965 using these. At 965fps with a 25g pellet my rifle was very accurate and deadly. But on my weaker PCP rifles that started at less than 1000 with light pellets struggled to push the pellet in the high 700fps. They did ok for a few shots but quickly started dropping. I would not recommend these for springers and I would not give them a low score because your springer couldn't handle them since that is not the fault of the pellet.
Things I liked:It's sturdy and heavy so it doesn't move around. If you dig it in a little it won't move at all. I've shot at it with my Sumatra at 10-30 years and no damage or movement occurred. The targets flipped like they supposed to. Things I would have changed:Slightly bigger for greater distances. Instead of stickers, use different paint colors. Make the legs slight longer to be able to dig them in a little but still maintain height. For those of us who don't have nice clear backyards to place them, we need them tall enough to stand higher than the grass. But still good "bush" target practice. What others should know:They are smaller than they appear but still great. They work well at longer distances if you have a scooped rifle and the size make it more challenging. Don't be a noob and use a BB gun, the instructions on those clearly state not to shoot hard objects, which these are. You'll just end up hurting someone. They are for serious rifles that use lead and carry a good amount of power. I would say 700fps or higher and not with super light alloy pallets. I would almost suggest only using a 22 cal and above if you want to do long distance shooting.
Things I liked:The rifle is beautiful and seams very well made. It is also very strong and accurate. It's heavy but well balanced and the adjustable stock is great and not found on rifles at this price especially with PAs multiple discounts coupons coming out all the time. Things I would have changed:The rifle is strong and accurate but the power drops due to no regulator so the pallet drops at longer distances. This was easily fixed with an install of a regulator made for this rifle. Since the tank is removable the installation is child's play. After that, I don't get the top power level the rifle can do but I can get several magazines of consistent pallet shots at any distance. I installed a Bushnell HD 3-9-40 and I can shoot several one hole shots at 30-40 yards. What others should know:The rifle is heavy but balanced. It can be very loud for backyard shooting but if your neighbor is close enough to hear the shot, they are too close for you to safely shoot the rifle. This thing can easily shoot through fences not to mention neighbor's dogs. The rifle was a little hard to cock at first but it did get easier but not as smooth as I would like. Keep in mind you're cocking a rifle to not only load the next shot but to reset a heavy spring. The stronger the rifle sometimes means heavier springs and those can get hard to cock.