Things I liked:I picked a refurb and for 35 bucks this pistol is incredible.
Once zeroed in this is a very accurate pistol.
I can shoot this as is or mod to my liking and that is a reason this is a classic. Things I would have changed:The grips are a weak point cause they are a bit loose.
I am sure I can make some decent grips out of some pallet wood.
Down the road I may change out the breech and go with a scope or some better sites.
What others should know:Great gun.
This pistol is lefty friendly and variable power makes for a good indoor shooter.
Things I liked:Super fun pistol.
Easy to cock and load.
Nice heft and feels good.
At around 300 fps this is a great indoor pistol.
Well worth twice the retail price. Things I would have changed:The trigger could be better but that is a problem with 90% of the guns out there.
A bit lighter and smoother pull would be nice.
If this were offered as a higher power model I would get it.
Also .22 caliber would be a nice option too. What others should know:An excellent deal.
The safety engages each time the barrel is broke and cocked and the safety placement is not left hand friendly.
This is a minor issue for me and will probably pick up another in the future so my son can have one all his own.
Things I liked:The price is great.
This was put on a Ruger Explorer and zeroing in was easy and it is being used at between 15 to 30 yards.
A fine first scope for many. Things I would have changed:Nothing that I can think at this price point. What others should know:I ended up using a one piece offset mount but the mounts included seem more than adequate.
Things I liked:For the price this is a decent pistol.
I had to get a longer machine screw for the sights in order to zero it.
It has good power and it is accurate when I do my part. Things I would have changed:Rectify the sighting problem and design a cocking assist that can be left on while shooting.
The grips are clunky and rough also. What others should know:This has the potential to be a great pistol with a few changes.