Things I liked:Good value for the money. Accurate settings. It is being used on a Beeman P-3. Things I would have changed:Alternate mounting system for 11 mm. rail. What others should know:This is a great aide for those who have need for sighting .
Things I liked:Fold-up feature and leg extension. Things I would have changed:Heavier stock for the extended legs. Less play when attached to the rail, it would be excellent if it were solid when deployed. What others should know:Good value, looks good on the Condor.
Things I liked:Good quality, very powerful in .22, with out of sight muzzle energy when using heavier pellets. A chronograph helps to understand the force generated and the speed it develops. Things I would have changed:Adjustable trigger, nothing else. What others should know:CO2 capable, which entends your shooting to 100's of shots for indoor and close range practice. This rifle has many upgradeable items available for it including tunes.
Things I liked:Great idea, extends your shooting for 100's of shots for indoor and short range. Unfortunately, the center valvue popped out after use. I called and a postage paid sticker was generated for the return. Pyramyd was very accommodating about the return. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Buy it and use a 20 oz. paint ball tank. With the adapter, it is about the same length as the standard hpa tank. A drink cooley with a zipper fits the 20 oz. tank and gives some added padding, for a cheek rest.
Things I liked:It offers good protection for the threads on the HP & CO2 tanks. Things I would have changed:Check units before shipping, as both items had surface rust on the exterior, that was easily removed, but should not have been present. What others should know:I have been pleased with all my purchases of Air Force items, good quality.
Things I liked:This scope was purchased to install on a Crosman 1377 pistol for silhouette shooting. It exceeded my expectations for clarity and parallax correction. It's 100 yard max. AO fits with the short distances that air guns are used. The size is just right for a pistol. The eye relief does require a "claw" hold for shooting on a pistol, as it is about 3" Things I would have changed:Tighter fitting front cover when installed on the sun shade. Masking tape solved the problem. What others should know:The windage and elevation adjustments are positive clicks. There is no setting to zero ability, once you have a setting.
Things I liked:Perfect fit on the Hammerli 850 .22 barrel. Light weight, it does not effect the balance of the rifle. Mine is on a Roald tuned paint ball mod. I am looking for shrink wrap to fit over the unit to replace the electrical tape I have on it. It does act as a moderator in this configuration. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Buy it, it is an inexpensive add-on.
Things I liked:Mounted on a Hemmerli 850 in .22 modded by Roald, with B-Square high mounts and fits just fine, low over the bore. I added an 80 mm swat wheel which clears the loading port with room to spare. The wheel is the way to go, easy adjusting and accurate once you clamp it on.
One of the clearest scopes I own, which include Leupolds ! No distortion from low range to high and the mil-dots a positive addition. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Buy this scope, you won't be disappointed. I shot it at 50 yards and could watch the pellets hit the target ! (1 1/4" groups) At age 70 I need all the help I can get.
Things I liked:This is a well made target offering you a real challenge by having the reducing rings to test your shooting skills. Also purchase the variety pack of target faces to change the look. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Mount on a secure base.
Things I liked:This is a "must have" item when combined with a scope with side parallax wheel adjustment. You can quickly focus on target and get the distance for the correct shot. I mounted mine on a Leapers 4-16 x 56 mil dot scope. The fit on the Hammerli 850 mag in .22 was perfect using Square D high mounts. You still have clearance to load the 8 shot mag. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Prior to purchasing the Leapers scope and side wheel, I contacted Pyramyd Air techs to see it the wheel would allow me to load the mag. in the 850. Their suggestion of buying the 80mm was right on !
Things I liked:An adjustable trigger that can be done without taking the gun apart. Came with a 6 lb. pull, gritty even after 400 rounds. This is made by Hatsun in Turkey, their model 25 may be a better choice. Things I would have changed:A stop pin hole in the top of the receiver for a mounting base, so it will not shift. What others should know:Very powerful and accurate, some what loud report
Things I liked:I was looking for a case to fit the Browning 800 Express Air Pistol with the cocking handle on the barrel. This was the perfect fit with the red dot sight or a scoped sight. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Additional storage for pellets, cleaning kit, etc.
Things I liked:Parallax free from 10 yds to infinity. Installled the scope on an M&P 15-22. Low variable power is a plus as the rifle will be shot at under 100 yds.
Well made scope with Mil-Dots a plus. Things I would have changed:Nothing other than provide quick disconnect mount. What others should know:The rings provided are not see thru.
Things I liked:This is an excellent 10 meter pistol for casual shooting in an indoor range. Good adjustable fiber optic sights. Things I would have changed:The trigger needs help, very long pull at about 4 lbs.
Trim the front sight fiber facing you for a sharper look at the target. But at $40 bucks you can't go wrong. What others should know:It likes Crosman 10.5 pellets. Put a red dot sight on it and it makes 1/4" holes off a rest!