Things I liked:Greatly improves accuracy ove the stock sights. It is easy to adjust windage and elevation via the large knobs. It is heavy and seems solidly made. Things I would have changed:Reduce the price. The diopter sight costs almost as much as the rifle. Also, include a front globe sight set as standard. What others should know:You need to order a front globe sight separately from Daisy.
Things I liked:These work well, make it very convenient to shoot 5 shot strings. They do need to be oiled to work reliably. Things I would have changed:Make longer versions (e.g., 10 shots). Add a lip to the inside to prevent pellets from falling out when you cock the gun. What others should know:Get 2 packs of these to go with your new rifle. Oil them for best function.
Things I liked:Decently accurate, can stack pellets on top of one another at 15 yards. The gun itself has potential to be a decent shooter, and the provided scope is not bad quality. Things I would have changed:Trigger, just like everyone else says. The factory trigger is long and somewhat heavy. Fine for shooting tin cans, but not for shooting small groups. Add studs to mount a sling on. I used a Blackhawk 2-point sling wrapped around the stock and forearm, and it greatly helps accuracy for me.
The action is somewhat noisy (metal to metal clank sound when firing). The action is more noisy than the muzzle report from shooting the pellet. It should be easy for Crossman/Benjamin to put a rubber washer or shock absorber in the action to reduce this noise. What others should know:Overall I was pretty happy with the quality of this gun and package, especially on sale for $150 here at Pyramyd Air.