Things I liked:The shape and the nice finish. Things I would have changed:The screws were a bit too long, but it was not a big deal or hassle to fix. It costs a bit too much for the simplicity of it. What others should know:I put the muzzle on the RWS Dianna 34, and I really like the shape and fit of the muzzle. For the people who want to install the muzzle, it would be better to remove the grooves from the front sight of the muzzle.
Things I liked:The finish and the aspect, its very nice, light weight, very accurate, trigger clocks in at about 2.6 lbs so its very good. Things I would have changed:The stock, the rear cocking arm can be improved, but isn't completely necessary, the front sight ring. What others should know:The part of the stock where you grip it in your hands was a bit balky, so i remade it, and refurbished it to fit my likings, i redid the stock to portray the stock of the Beeman R9. I installed a one piece scope mount and the center point to a 4x16x40. The accuracy is awesome; from 25 yards, i hit pennies w/ the Kodiak, and the RWS super mag pellets. After about 50 shots, the scope- stop screw broke off, because the scope was kinda too heavy, so I had to make my own which turned out to work much better. When I bought the gun, i tested the velocity, and i got 817 fps with the RWS super mag pellets 9.3g; that was actually a pretty reasonable velocity. i knew i could have improved this to make it better. So I ordered a new seal from Umarex, and they sent me it in 5 days. The velocity went up to 965 fps with the same pellets; it was awesome. Yes, I replaced the screws from the stock, because the original ones became very loose after about 100 shots; with the new ones I got for free from Umarex, and a bit of tread lock, I could fix the rifle's stock, and I had no more problems with the screws loosening. The rifle has some pretty big recoil, and it likes heavy pellets. W/ the scope installed, the rifle is pretty heavy and balanced because I can withhold the weight, and I rather have the gun heavy than too light. From 40 yards, a crow would have no chance to survive.
Things I liked:Nicely shaped, hits very hard, excellent for hunting on my Diana 350 Magnum.
20-30 yards it's very accurate. Things I would have changed:I wish they would sell them in higher quantities (200-500 pellets per tin). What others should know:After I opened the tin, I put the pellets in a little can where I washed them in WD-40, because the pellets had some dirt and dust from the factory. This procedure improved the velocity by atleast 10-15%, and kept the barrel cleaner for a longer time.