Things I liked:Looks and Feels like the real thing. Very accurate for a BB pistol. Can be easily torn down and cleaned / oiled. Things I would have changed:Make it easier to get the BBs into the magazine. What others should know:This pistol is VERY realistic in all factors. About the only thing missing is flying brass.
Things I liked:Value for the money. Image clarity and the ability to zoom in are great. The quick attachment with Weaver mounts makes installation a breeze. Easily adjustable windage and elevation with ability to set zero mark after everything is sighted in. The flip-up lense covers are a nice bonus. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The first of these I received was a mess - the zoom ring would barely turn and then it broke - spinning all the way around without changing the image at all. The mounts were also super tight and difficult to adjust. Pyramyd RMA'd it no problem and the replacement is awesome. Have it mounted on an IZH 60 using an UTG 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter. Some would ask why I would scope an IZH 60 - practice practice practice - and iron sights are getting difficult to see. Great scope. Great service from PA. Would / will buy again when needed.
Things I liked:What can you say - it is a mount adapter. It fits the gun and has a plastic stop pin to keep it from sliding on the gun. Comes with an extra stop pin and clamp screw. Includes the hex wrench too - which is pretty standard with most mounts & adapters. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Used to mount an UTG 3-9x32 AO Compact CQB Bug Buster Rifle Scope, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube, Medium Max Strength Lever Lock Weaver Rings to an IZH 60. I had to slightly modify the bolt stop block on the IZH 60 so the adapter would not block the loading port. The mod was easy as the part on the IZH 60 is plastic - took 5 minutes with a scroll saw blade and file. Adapter grips the receiver tight and there is no evidence of creep. The scope mounts fit nicely, grip well, and are easy to attach / remove. Adds 3/8 inch to the scope height.
Things I liked:Simplicity. Accuracy. Adjustability of grip length. The IZH 60 is an unbelievable value. You can pick up the standard 60 for under $100 on sale. Out of the box with Crosman Premier Heavy .177 Cal, 10.5 Grains, Domed pellets it was doing less than dime sized 5 round groups at 30 feet. Add a scope or aperture sights and it becomes a great indoor plinker with astounding accuracy. The stock grip is adjustable so this rifle can be used by both children and adults. The low cocking force lets you shoot hundreds of rounds without fatigue. Things I would have changed:At this price point there is not much you could change. Be advised plastic (high quality) is the primary component of this rifle - all except for the barrel, the sights (the front hood is plastic but the pin is steel), and the pneumatic plant components and the bolt are plastic. The receiver is plastic. If the receiver was steel or a hard grade of aluminum (as the older versions of this rifle apparently had) the IZH 60 would be an awesome rifle. A safety would be a good addition. What others should know:If you want to have a great low-cost indoor practice rifle or want to teach your children safety and marksmanship with a simple rifle that they will never out-shoot, the IZH 60 fits the bill.
It is NOT powerful enough to hunt even small game - target use only.
ALSO BE ADVISED - THERE IS NO SAFETY ON THIS RIFLE. Once it is cocked, the trigger is hot - an open bolt does not even make the trigger safe. If used for training, strict range safety practices are required.
All that being said, the IZH 60 is just a hoot-to-shoot. It shoots where you point it, it can be used indoors, and is relatively quiet. I own three and they all perform above expectations with "standard" ammo.