Things I liked:I have never before seen a ring & mount set with a spare screw for all the
sizes used in the set. The sticky tape used inside the rings is a nice touch and saves the user the trouble of adding it themselves. The quality of this item is fantastic considering the modest asking price. Things I would have changed:Not a thing
Things I liked:Metal polish and bluing are superb matches for the excellent hardwood
stock. The factory open sights give a great sight picture. I believe this
springer to be an excellent value for the money. Things I would have changed:This fine rifle definetely deserves a recoil pad.
Things I liked:Good solid hardware used for mounting and adjustment screws
permit easy sighting in. Things I would have changed:This sight should have an option for a smaller aperture. I think that would
tighten the groups up considerably. Elevation adjustment was not sufficient for my springer, but It's not a Mendoza. What others should know:Compare prices with a William's or Lyman Diopter and you will quickly
see the value in this sight
Things I liked:Feeds reliably and it is accurate. Things I would have changed:Build it with the metal receiver & barrel to give it more heft. What others should know:Buy the model 2030 & 2040 as they have the more desirable metal
barrel and receiver.
Things I liked:This model has a 10% power increase over the 1010. Probably the
longer barrel accounts for that. Gun is nicely made and reliable. Things I would have changed:You need a special tool to seat the pellet and dart. Unfortunately it is
not furnished with the pistol & no where in the paperwork does it mention
where you can purchase one. Ridiculous!
Things I liked:Craftsmanship and accuracy are A+. I was particularly pleased to find my
gun was built with the old style front & rear sight that has the interchangeable
sight styles. Nothing against tru-glo sights but if I have my druthers. Since I will eventually mount my Leapers 3-9X compact on it when I get tired of those
super open sights, it doesn't really matter. Oh and that Rekord trigger is as
impressive as the legend that goes with it. Things I would have changed:I honestly can't think of a single thing. What others should know:For those of you that are like me and have spent more money than you care to
admit for low budget springers that have turned out to be not up to expectations get yourself one of these little gems. You won't be disappointed.
Things I liked:This is perhaps the most useful accessory ever produced for RWS Diana
rifles. One engineered piece solves two problems Diana rifles have been plagued with. It corrects for barrel droop and provides for no slip mounting
of your scope. Things I would have changed:I wouldlike to see another mounting base with less droop correction for rifles
that have little or no barrel droop.
Things I liked: Build quality of this unit is really first rate. The light weight is hardly noticeable whether using it on pistol or rifle. Use of a standard flashlight battery is a nice
touch-no more extra trips to the box stores to buy watch batteries. Sweet! Things I would have changed:Not a thing.
Things I liked:The Norica has a nicely finished wood stock, good metal polishing and blueing. Muzzle break adds to the overall esthetic appeal of the rifle. The gun
is easy to cock and has a smooth firing cycle. Things I would have changed:I might change my mind with more exposure to the Norica, but right now I
can't think of anything. What others should know:The Norica has a fairly good trigger for an AG at this price.
Things I liked:Gun is weather resistant and light weight, has a fairly smooth firing cycle. Definetely a good buy
for the money. Things I would have changed:I would have the gun offered with a higher quality scope. At the very least a 4X with AO, or the Gamo
3-9X. If this isn't a possible option, it would be nice to have a good set of open sighta. What others should know:Only the novice airgunner is going to be satisfied with the standard Gamo 4X scope. The expense of upgrading to a better scope is something potential buyers should consider before they opt for the combo
Things I liked:The stock design, overall feel, & balance is very
good on this rifle. Cocking and firing sequence is very smooth thanks to the nitro piston technology.
Noise is also much less than on a spring gun of
equal power. Things I would have changed:I would like to see Crosman install a set of open sights on this gun, also a set of sling swivels like on the Benjamin.