Things I liked:High quality over all. Real tack driver, and quite. Great lines and fits well for an adult. I shot a nickle size group right off the bat at 20 yards. The trigger is light and very smooth. Plenty of power from the factory, which you have to be careful about in town. I really like the 10 shot rotary magazine. Such an improvement from my old single shot. Just wished my back yard was bigger, so I could really stretch out some shots. Things I would have changed:I would relocate the safety away from the trigger, maybe install a different type. It works just fine, it's just a style I'm not use to. I think a gun this nice should also have a little refinement inside the trigger guard, like a highly polished, or gold plated trigger / safety. This gun is worthy of such adornment. What others should know:This is a full size gun and is larger than I expected. It is not scaled down version for a youth shooter. Reminds me of a heavy center fire bench rest gun. It is a LONG way from the Benjamin I grew up with (30 years). Definitely a two hander to carry around.
Things I liked:Clear viewing window with shot counter. Things I would have changed:It took me several trys to figure out how to pretension the spring and retain it back with the first round. Maybe I should have found a video, (if there is one) on how to load it. Now that I know how, it's a piece of cake. What others should know:Once that you have begun turning the face plate clock-wise, keep turning it until it is almost all the way back around were you began. **The clear plate will go back UP and OVER the little black detent tit just a little.** (This is where I had problems). Stop when you can see all the way through the pellet hole next to the #7. Load the first pellet, then move the clear plate back counter-clock wise loading as you go.
Things I liked:Side focus knob. Glass is pretty good also especially for price point. Things I would have changed:I would get rid of the built in angled sun shade because it's covered up by the flip caps anyway. 32 color is a bit much. simple knob would be fine. What others should know:Make sure your gun uses weaver rings not dove tail like mine.